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Items of interest from Florence Fabricant's columns, Front Burner and Off the Menu, as well as news from the Food section of The New York Times.

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The Forest is a riot of small sweets, served on tree bark and designed to evoke a forest floor. (Photo: Matt Edge for The New York Times) Michelin Food, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, San Francisco Restaurants, Modern Food, Course Meal, Tree Bark, Molecular Gastronomy, Macro Photography, Ny Times

The Forest is a riot of small sweets, served on tree bark and designed to evoke a forest floor. (Photo: Matt Edge for The New York Times)

Dominique Crenn’s rise to international fame and clout has raised questions about how and why some chefs, and not others, achieve celebrity. (Photo: Matt Edge for The New York Times) Amanda Cohen, Marco Pierre White, James Beard Award, Ny Times, Hair Inspiration, Health Fitness, Food News, York, This Or That Questions

Dominique Crenn’s rise to international fame and clout has raised questions about how and why some chefs, and not others, achieve celebrity. (Photo: Matt Edge for The New York Times)

Dominique Crenn, center, with her staff at Atelier Crenn, one of her San Francisco restaurants. (Photo: Matt Edge for The New York Times) Dominique Crenn, Amanda Cohen, Marco Pierre White, San Francisco Restaurants, Bridesmaid Dresses, Wedding Dresses, Ny Times, The Hamptons, Entertaining

Dominique Crenn, center, with her staff at Atelier Crenn, one of her San Francisco restaurants. (Photo: Matt Edge for The New York Times)

Venison Wellington, encased in pastry, with chestnuts and buttered black trumpet mushrooms inside a ring of huckleberry sauce. (Photo: Francesco Sapienza for The New York Times) Huckleberry Recipes, Best Food Photography, Joy Of Cooking, Valentines Day Dinner, Restaurant New York, Venison, Mushroom Recipes, Good Food, Gourmet

Venison Wellington, encased in pastry, with chestnuts and buttered black trumpet mushrooms inside a ring of huckleberry sauce. (Photo: Francesco Sapienza for The New York Times)

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The dining room interior was done by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, but it seems to have been put together by two different Brudnizkis who may or may not be on speaking terms. One Brudnizki went for a turn-of-the-century glint. (Photo: Francesco Sapienza for The New York Times)

Pandan, an Asian Herb, Leaps From Cakes to Cocktails Fancy Drinks, Food News, Mixed Drinks, Ny Times, Bartender, Happy Hour, New Recipes, Cocktails, Clock

Thibault Mequignon, the head bartender at Danico, using pandan, which adds a lingering, nutty flavor, when making L’Alligator c’est Vert. (Photo: Owen Franken for The New York Times)

Pandan is found in Southeast Asia, where it is used in desserts, sweets and some savory dishes. (Photo: Owen Franken for The New York Times) Tasty Bites, Savoury Dishes, Mixed Drinks, Ny Times, Cactus Plants, Great Recipes, Plant Leaves, Cocktails, Herbs

Pandan is found in Southeast Asia, where it is used in desserts, sweets and some savory dishes. (Photo: Owen Franken for The New York Times)

A drink called L’Alligator c’est Vert at the Parisian bar Danico uses pandan, a tropical herb. (Photo: Owen Franken for The New York Times) Island Food, Mixed Drinks, New Recipes, Glass Of Milk, Herbalism, Cocktails, Herbs, Yummy Food, Asian

A drink called L’Alligator c’est Vert at the Parisian bar Danico uses pandan, a tropical herb. (Photo: Owen Franken for The New York Times)

At Lalo, octopus with burned-almond mole. (Photo: Cole Wilson for The New York Times) Best Seafood Recipes, Fish Recipes, Mexican Food Recipes, New Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Burnt Food, Tasty, Yummy Food, Grubs

At Lalo, octopus with burned-almond mole. (Photo: Cole Wilson for The New York Times)

The new Pujol, with its light-filled dining rooms and open spaces, seeks to balance a casual, neighborhood spirit with the former’s intimacy. (Photo: Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times) Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Restaurant Design, The Good Place, Beautiful Homes, The Neighbourhood, Food News, Open Spaces, The Originals

The new Pujol, with its light-filled dining rooms and open spaces, seeks to balance a casual, neighborhood spirit with the former’s intimacy. (Photo: Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times)

The space takes cues from midcentury modern design, with restrained lines that would not be out of place on the set of “Mad Men.” (Photo: Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times) Danish Modern, Midcentury Modern, Food News, Interior Decorating, Interior Design, Outdoor Furniture Sets, Outdoor Decor, Food Reviews, Mid Century Modern Design

The space takes cues from midcentury modern design, with restrained lines that would not be out of place on the set of “Mad Men.” (Photo: Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times)

A Second Act for Pujol, Mexico’s World-Class Restaurant Mexican Designs, Food News, Metal Furniture, Places Around The World, Restaurant Design, Chefs, Hospitality, New Recipes, The Good Place

The materials subtly reflect local building traditions. Every object chosen by the interior designer was made or designed in Mexico, including chairs adapted from ones by the Cuban-Mexican designer Clara Porset. (Photo: Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times)

The chef Rawlston Williams learned to use browning as a child in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. (Photo: Cole Wilson for The New York Times) Amanda Cohen, Marco Pierre White, Burnt Food, Food News, Browning, Main Courses, Grenadines, Ny Times, Chefs

The chef Rawlston Williams learned to use browning as a child in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. (Photo: Cole Wilson for The New York Times)

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