“Beauty will save the dessert.”
What you see is a small masterpiece (yes, today I boast a little) inspired by a look by Valentino. The collection (one of the most beautiful seen on the runway) inspired by Flemish paintings is a flurry of outfits designed to enhance the face of women, making them extraordinarily beautiful. Do you know what the most interesting aspect of Flemish painting was? Behind every work was hidden a very profound concept: “the human being is not the center of the universe but it is only a tiny part of it.” Everything else is made of details, objects, symbols. In this era of self-centeredness these words are holy. Let’s have a minute of silence for:
- the overly vain people;
- the obsessive-compulsive individualists;
- the “I,I,I. Oh, you too? No, because I, I, I …. ” type;
- the pathologically convinced;
- those who take themselves too seriously.
If you have nothing else to add, go in peace with your senses and prepare this delicious Raspberry Carpaccio. Yum!
Recipe. FOR 4 PEOPLE
250g (8.8 oz) raspberries + 2 food bags suitable for freezer + 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream + 4 wafers.
Wash the raspberries and pat dry with a paper towel. Roll out the food bags on a surface, insert the raspberries, half in each bag, and crush with a rolling pin (as if making dough) to get a thin, even layer. Put the bags in the freezer in a horizontal position for at least 2 hours. After the time has passed, pull them out, cut the top of the bag with scissors and with the help of pastry rings cut 4 circles, with a diameter of about 8-10 cm, from the frozen raspberries. Place the raspberry carpaccio in 4 plates, add a wafer on the side and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Photo Food: Taste of Runway. Photo fashion show: Yannis Vlamos / gorunway.com image courtesy of style.com. Model: Irina Kravchenko (NATHALIE).