Sunday, June 19, 2011

tell-tale eggs and stain

 As repetitive as heartbeat and breathing, boiled eggs and coffee were followed with a plate of spaghetti in Lohbado's kitchen. According to Morono Cuisine, preparation is as important as eating. When cooking becomes spectacle, a hungry guest eats not only food, but also the appearance, or visual appearance of food. Stain, spill, moisture and ooze are integral to the Club Morono dining experience. Playing with a hackneyed metaphor, Lohbado opened a notebook and spilled coffee and ink on to the page and then used a paper napkin to sponge away excess fluid.

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