Course Thirteen: A Palette Cleanser
I may have retired Palate Patrol 2014 but that doesn’t mean the abuse has abated.
In fact, it may be getting worse. If you’re of the ilk that not only writes parodies of Noma’s stint in Japan but gets paid to publish such humor in The New Yorker, impeccable grammar would seem to be a given.
From the (since corrected) imaginary East Village walk-up tasting menu:
Course Six: A shot of tequila.
To be consumed by chef, staff, and diners. Should act as a palette cleanser and a sedative and reduce grumbling from the kitchen about having agreed to make this meal in the first place.
Now on to 2015, where there are anti-bone broth bots protecting stock’s good name.