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Despite being devoid of color, this menu is by no means short on taste—by limiting some of our senses, we can amplify others. Paired with some simple monochromatic serving suggestions, you can mix and match these delicious options to make a tabletop chessboard.

Celeriac Soup with Parsley Ash Oil

Seasoned with shavings of fresh celeriac and charred parsley oil, a bowl of this creamy broth will warm you all the way to your roots.

  • Recipes:
    Mikkel Karstad
  • Photography:
    Anders Schønemann
  • Styling:
    Mikkel Karstad and Sidsel Rudolph

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  • Recipes:
    Mikkel Karstad
  • Photography:
    Anders Schønemann
  • Styling:
    Mikkel Karstad and Sidsel Rudolph
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