Delicious Menu For MadPal's Party

If you like food and art, this is post is for you. Inside you’ll see the world’s most beautiful restaurant dishes.

Coi, San Francisco
Dish: Inverted Cherry Tomato Tart

Mugaritz, Errenteria, Spain
Dish: Red Fruits from the Garden

Pierre Gagnaire, Paris
Dish: Les Cristaux de Vent ("Wind Crystals")

Bras, Laguiole, France
Dish: Gargouillou

Le Bernardin, New York City
Dish: White Tuna Poached in Olive Oil

Alinea, Chicago
Dish: Heart of Palm

French Laundry, Yountville, California
Dish: Confit of Moulard Duck "Foie Gras"

Jean Georges, New York City
Dish: Eggs Caviar

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, Paris
Dish: Sea Bream, Citrus Fruit/Peppers, Caramelized Ventrèche

Eleven Madison Park, New York City
Dish: Royal Sterling Caviar "Vichyssoise" of Caraquet Oysters

El Bulli, Roses, Spain
Dish: Snails on a Tin

Noma, Copenhagen
Dish: Glazed Beetroot with Smoked Ox-Bone Marrow, Apples and Sorrel, Beetroot Sauce

Momofuku Ko, New York City
Dish: 48-hour Short Rib with Braised Daikon, Pickled Carrots, and Mustard Seed

The Bazaar by José Andrés, Los Angeles
Dish: Mussels en Escabeche

Manresa, Los Gatos, California
Dish: L'Arpège Farm Egg

The Fat Duck, Bray, England
Dish: Sound of the Sea

Aronia de Takazawa, Tokyo
Dish: Fish with Powdery Dressing

Nihonryori Ryugin, Tokyo
Dish: Matsuba Crab Extravagant Hot Pot

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas
Dish: La Tomate

Combal.Zero, Rivoli, Italy
Dish: Cyber Egg

Beautiful Pictures


Biblical Angels – Black and White Art

Angels are messengers of God in the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and the Quran. The term “angel” has also been expanded to various notions of spiritual beings found in many other religious traditions. Other roles of angels include protecting and guiding human beings, and carrying out God’s tasks.
The theological study of angels is known as angelology. In art, angels are often depicted with wings, ultimately reflecting the descriptions in the Hebrew Bible, such as the chayot in Ezekiel’s Merkabah vision or the Seraphim of Isaiah.
The word angel in English is a fusion of the Old English word engel (with a hard g) and the Old French angele. Both derive from the Latin angelus which in turn is the romanization of the ancient Greek  “angelos”, “messenger”. The earliest form of the word is the Mycenaean a-ke-ro. (source: wiki)

Ella Fournier – “The Two Angels”


“Saint Michael Slaying the Dragon”



Charles Errard – “Angel”

Karl Brulloff – “Flying Angel”

“Praying Angel”

Gustave Dore – “The Angel appearing to Balaam”

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn – “The Angel appearing to the shepherds”

“Jacob wrestles the Angel on his knees”

Beautiful Reflections

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