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Restaurant Introduces 'Clear Pumpkin Pie' And People Have Some Issues

I dunno what everyone's up in arms about, because the people who made this are straight up genius. 

Alinea is a restaurant in Chicago that has for years been considered one of the finest restaurants in the world, earning a preposterously rare Three Star rating from Michelin. The fella at the helm is Grant Achatz, and I watched his episode of Chef's Table, and he is a staggering culinary genius with an incredible story: Dude lost his sense of taste to cancer and got it back. And resumed creating insanity like translucent pumpkin pie. 

Pumpkin pie for the fall menu. #surrealism

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I'm in. Because of madness like this:

You might look at this pie and think, what happened? This is wrong.

But that's because you haven't seen Grant's episode of Chef's Table, and therefore you are not yet a believer. This guy served a balloon as desert and diners loved it. 

Behold: disbelievers.

The upshot of all this is that Alinea is something like $170-350 a  person, so very few of us will be able to personally try the clear, wondrous pie. So just do yourselves a favor and watch that episode of Netflix's Chef's Table. And save up, I guess.

H/T: Twitter

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