Dating without drama by paige parker
Not so much, though, as to smother that delicate fungal scent, and dandelion leaves add a welcome bitter hit.
Fat girolles are mixed with crisp chunks of pancetta, and wear a sharp bacon dressing.
The first is topped with a mass of immaculately fresh crab, enveloped in garlic butter, covered with dill, flowers and those manly coastal herbs.
Seemingly delicate, it also has a profound marine depth, a sea nymph with the mouth of a cur.
They sit among an entire allotment of pertly adolescent vegetables.
More of these teenage beauties appear in another dish, where they loiter alongside alabaster hunks of fresh cow’s cheese, all drenched in a lamb broth of deeply ovine brilliance.
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