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For $125 per person, the menu features beet tartare with pickled fennel; wild Baja grouper with saffron-stewed tomatoes; and coconut entremet with raspberry and dark chocolate.
On a recent Friday night, a mixture of Persian spices — coriander and cinnamon, turmeric and saffron — suffused the back of the Yard.
Ingredients are amplified in each bite with hallmark spices and herbs: sweet paprika, rosemary, floral saffron, and roasted garlic.
But fall is your chance to witness the extraordinary phenomenon of the local saffron harvest.
Then serve right in its cooking pan, with the saffron-orange allioli offered separately, as a garnish.
Lussekatter – are yeast rolls that are light and airy, infused with the perfume of saffron.
Main courses blend the best of two worlds: Trout ($29) is sauteed and served with parsnips, saffron, trout roe and lime; sea bass ($34) is accented with wasabi cream, melon and hazelnuts.
The Arctic itself is also home to at least two species of cod—oily rich arctic cod, which is more similar to herring than massive Atlantic cod; and the slightly bigger saffron cod.
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