According to a very informal, unscientific study, when diners are asked what they think of when they see a smear of sauce on a plate, the answer is accompanied by a giggle.Every time I see this style of saucing, what first comes to mind is the highly unappetizing stain left behind when a dog wipes his butt on a carpet.During the last few months countless food photos arrived at the desks of NRN with more and more sauce skid marks. There’s been raspberry coulis, herb purée and chocolate sauce ...
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