“The first app will present an interactive bowl of ramen from his Momofuku Noodle Bar. Clicking the ingredients in the image will reveal about 35 videos, 50 recipes, graphics and other elements. “We thought the ramen was the best thing to start with,” he said. “Within that soup there’s so many things. We wanted to see how far we could go down that rabbit hole.””—David Chang on his new “Lucky Peach” quarterly iPad magazine /via NYtimes & @licorous
“Even the process of just cleaning up steaks, that experience of cutting meat excited me. My background is in sculpture and I get a tremendous creative rush when I butcher, it’s a type of subtractive sculpture and I’ve always enjoyed working with my hands.”—
Butchery as a type of subtractive sculpture. I never thought of it that way.
Erika “Grundy” Nakamura on being a Tokyo-born chef and a former vegetarian butcher who locally-source meats in L.A. /via Cool Hunting