"Some meals leave an impression—you might remember the cherry pie your
grandma always made or a multi-course dinner consisting of toast and
caviar, a mound of shaved truffle topping pasta, and wagyu tartare.
Rather than solely rely on his memory to envision the fare he’s enjoyed,
though, Japanese chef Itsuo Kobayashi has been painting and describing
in detail the dishes he’s eaten for the past 32 years in a series of
notebooks and standalone works."
Via Muse, who wrote "Such cute drawings!"
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*** Xanni ***
Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics