House-cured and homemade, including the butter. With a bottle of wine, I could make a meal of this.
"Changes" — David Bowie
Answering the question, how much flavor can you produce with the smallest amount of food?
"She's Gone" and "I Can't Go for That" — Hall & Oates
Tender, meaty intensity. I could do a dozen of these gland McNuggets.
"She's Not There" — The Zombies
Who would think to deploy sea urchin and white truffle in the same dish? It works.
"Just What I Needed" — The Cars
An inspired amalgam.
"The Heart of Rock 'n' Roll" — Huey Lewis and The News
Happiness on a plate.
"You're My Best Friend" — Queen
"Wouldn’t It Be Nice" and "God Only Knows" — The Beach Boys
"Looking Out My Window" and "Proud Mary" — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Looks like the top of a pizza, tastes like a spicy breakfast treat.
"You May Ask Yourself" — Talking Heads
Wonderful new version of pasta with clams, joined by tuna roe.
"I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You" — Elvis Presley
"Dancing in the Dark" — Bruce Springsteen
Not to worry, it doesn’t bite back.
"Ruby Tuesday" — The Rolling Stones
To cleanse the palate.
A moment of silence.
Aging a steak for that long produces a depth of flavor that borders on funky. In a really good way.
"Pinball Wizard" — The Who
Can we actually devour a whole pizza 16 courses into the meal? Gladly and unapologetically. Even better than it looks.
"Jumping Jack Flash" — The Rolling Stones
"Only the Good Die Young" and "You May Be Right" — Billy Joel
A perfect nod to the chef.
"Magic Man" — Heart
"You Can Call Me Al" and "Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes" — Paul Simon
Nothing wrong with that.
"Bang a Gong" — T-Rex
Coffee, anyone? Maybe a Grappa?
"Baby Hold On" — Eddie Money
"Jump" — Van Halen