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14) Reorganize the Classic Structure of Dishes

Forget about the traditional "product-garnish-sauce hierarchy." Dishes don't necessarily need to have a sauce on the plate and a garnish on the top. Soup doesn't have to be served in a bowl (or even in soup form!). In this case, the pea "garnish" is served in a spoon, and behind it is a liquid pea ravioli made from pea soup. If that's not silly and different enough for you, this particular pea dish sways between savory and sweet because it contains flower buds, mint leaves, and honey.

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