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In a restaurant in the Silicon Valley use the iPad instead of the dishes

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Published on Dec 31, 2016

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A michelin-starred chef of the Silicon Valley, using iPad as a plate for his specialty called “A Dog in Search of Gold“, translated literally as “A Dog in Search of Gold.“

Michael Tusk, chef multi-starred, the owner of the restaurant snob “Quince” , has created this dish based on potato croquettes with white truffle, with a side dish of dried herbs and leaves, all served on an iPad.

According to the chef, the customer, through this specialty, you will be able to observe the origin and the history of what they are eating: the croquettes with the truffle aroma are immersed in the soil from where the truffle comes, while, in the background (on the screen of the iPad), they played the video of the truffle dogs in search of the precious fungus.

“From the producer to the consumer,” the extravagant dish, only suitable for true connoisseurs, is sold at the modest sum of $ 220, the price more than reasonable if you are using an iPad different for each flow.

Via | cnet

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