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Our rule is: if we can’t tell what it is, it’s old and needs to be replaced.Image above: This has been one of the most challenging dishes I’ve made from the cookbook; it’s called “Rhubarb, Seven Different Textures.” From left to right, we have a sphere of beet juice floating in rhubarb juice, a dried rhubarb “chip” seasoned with black pepper, gin-compressed rhubarb, a rhubarb sponge on a bay leaf garnished with grapefruit segments, rhubarb custard with lavender-poached rhubarb, oatmeal streusel topped with rhubarb sorbet and tarragon and rhubarb gelee with fennel candy and green-tea foam.In the midwest, furniture factories would paint the factory name onto the cart to keep track of them; we liked that idea, so we adapted it by putting our own names on this one.Image above: Our apartment layout is a bit weird; this room with the fireplace was used by the homeowner as a living room, but we liked the idea of using it as a dining room because we both love cooking and having friends over for dinner.Just last weekend, he made a recipe that involved spray-painting frozen chocolate-milk cubes with liquid chocolate loaded into a paint sprayer.He built a spray hood for himself in order to photograph the process. Image above: For about two years, I’ve been working my way through cooking every dish in the Alinea cookbook; the eponymous restaurant in Chicago uses unusual cooking techniques and equipment for each dish in their 25 course meal.
Allen’s latest project is to re-create dishes from the Alinea cookbook — he’s been cooking his way through it since 2008.
When I got back to New Zealand, I printed my favorite photos from our time together and laminated them to the bottom of my deck with epoxy resin; Sarah did the same with hers.
We only skated on them once after that before realizing the flex in the board would cause the resin to crack, so we decided to just hang them on our wall instead.
She’s also subscribed to Felissimo’s 500 Pencils project; we’ve been thinking off and on about a way to mount/present the pencils in an interesting way, which will assuredly be color-sorted, as well.
Our books largely reflect our hobbies; most are cookbooks or art books.