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Wolves in the Snow is a visceral-looking entree for the carnivore inside us: splatters of blackberry-beet gastrique. roast venison that looks like someone portioned it with their teeth (in reality, two forks). a bed of creamy white cauliflower puree.

Wolvesinthesnow

(photo from LAweekly.com)

Now, to be clear, I have no idea how good this actually tastes. But I most definitely like how fantastic this looks.

Read more about Craig Thornton, the chef behind the dish, here:
http://blogs.laweekly.com/squidink/2010/12/wolvesmouth_wolves_in_snow.php
and here:
http://blogs.laweekly.com/squidink/2010/11/wolvesmouth_craig_thornton.php


Found: I made this find while browsing tastespotting.com for something else.

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