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Pastries are topped with crunchy hazelnuts, plums, candied orange, cherries, raspberries, and sesame seeds.
Every layer represents a different part of the iconic burger, using diamonds for sesame seeds, Champagne brown diamonds as patties, and even orange sapphires as the Special Sauce.
Fortunately, the addition of the rice noodles, sesame leaf and baby greens dominated, and the offal components served as umami to deepen the effect.
Ancient Egyptian beauty rituals included nourishing skin with castor, sesame and moringa oils.
Usually served inverted, at Damao it's presented in a bowl in a couple of variations: one with subtly boozy and astringent fermented rice; one with brown sugar, dried hawthorn, sesame seeds, and raisins; and one that's a combination of the two.
Order Kung Pao chicken instead of sweet-and-sour chicken, sesame chicken, and General Tso’s chicken, says Bedwell.
Toss gently with ¼ cup sliced watermelon radish, 1 pinch toasted sesame seeds, 2 tsp toasted almonds, and ¼ cup chickpeas (or ⅓ cup sautéed tofu).
While the restaurant is not vegetarian, the menu offers combinations with vegetables, grains and greens, with assorted toppings like kimchi, sesame seeds and cherry tomatoes.
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