Photo by Edible Office. “In the course of getting a plate of food to our table, we’re paying a lot of attention to the farmer, the chef, the farmers market — all of that is as it should be, but we pay very little attention to the thing that starts...
I have several paying gigs and deadlines that I should be working on but with all the shit storms of last week, I can't focus on "sharing" my favorite chocolate dessert. Like that's what America needs today.
When a chef takes umbrage against a restaurant critic, barring them from their establishment is the traditional response. But one London restaurateur has raised the stakes by eavesdropping on his tormentors' meals and tweeting their every mouthful.
At first glance, Austrian artist Klaus Pichler's spell-binding photographs could be mistaken for a set of stylish advertisements. It takes a moment to digest - excuse the pun - that you're staring at pictures of rotting food.
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