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ozersky-tweeterz.jpgWriter Josh Ozersky on "tweezer food": "[A]t its most ludicrous extremes, of course tweezer food is laughable, even contemptible. The anal-retentive urge to arrange individual micro-cilantro leaves and nasturtium flowers on a plate is, I believe, a sign of moral and intellectual decay..." But then he visits Bryan Voltaggio's restaurant Volt in Frederick, Maryland and finds the "hidden virtues." [Esquire]
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