Delectable Dirt


Some third-worlders eat dirt because they're mentally ill or have no meaningful food. Diners at Tokyo’s upscale Ne Quittez Pas, though, eat it because it's a trendy dish made by famed chef Toshio Tanabe. Among his courses are soil soup with dirty truffle flake, soil sorbet and “soil surprise” (a dirt-covered potato ball). Spoiler alert: It has a truffle center. Tanabe lightly precooks dirt and runs it through a sieve to eliminate crunchiness.

No comments on this story | Add your comment
Please log in or register to add your comment
Download our dojax app
What do you think? Browse
Do you think the pension deal is good for Jacksonville?
Post your review here …