EASY PECAN GINGER TILES AND DANCING ON THE BAR

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The story of these Easy Pecan Tiles begins in a Paris museum and ends a couple of hours after Jody dances atop a bar in a Boston restaurant (a groundbreaker for both of us).  First Paris, then the recipe, then the bar.

We visited our daughter Roxanne in the City of Light over Christmas.  When not eating or cooking we went to museums, including the spectacular new Frank-Gehry-designed Fondation Louis Vuitton in the Bois de Boulogne.  After an hour of disorientation and enchantment at the Olafur Eliasson exhibit we drifted downstairs, where Jody bought Eliasson’s TYT (Take Your Time) Volume 5, The Kitchen.  Eliasson’s book is a compendium of photographs, recipes, essays (by Eliasson and others) and some thinking about the role of food and eating in his own studio life.  It has a raw unpolished feel about it, as though assembled from field notes and photos, including a series of shots showing…

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