Nine courses were on the menu last week at Wolvesden, the underground, semi-secret supper club run by Craig Thornton. When Squid Ink interviewed Thornton a couple of years ago, he agreed that his plates were like Rorschach tests. (Did guests dive in? Look away? The approach conveyed a lot, he said.) Now, maybe here's the visual representation from djjewelz posted on our LA Weekly flickr photo pool -- a plate of lamb with potato puree, chicory malt, mushrooms (yellowfoot and black trumpet), grass and flowers. All splattered in Rorschach ink-blot style with beet rhubarb verjus. Djjewelz calls it "spring slaughter." What do you see?
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