Aquavit, New York City
“New Nordic” cuisine is fashionable at some fine dining restaurants these days. In this example of the genre, pastry chef Emma Bengtsson twists freshly baked tuile cookies, while they’re still warm, into a nest. That’s accompanied by an “egg” made with goat cheese parfait filled with a purée of sweetened berries of the sea-buckthorn plant and dipped in white chocolate. “Snow,” made from frozen lemon yogurt is shaved onto the ...
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