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White icebergs and snowcaps create frigid landscapes, blanched reefs invoke leagues under the sea, and in the center of the gallery a circular metal scaffold supports a hovering cylinder of light, the abstraction of a spaceship.
Tensile spaghetti noodles tangle among feta, Calabrian chiles, and fat chunks of bacon under a snowcap of bread crumbs, the poor man's Parmesan.
By the twentieth century, private winemakers were tapping runoff from the melting snowcaps of the Cascade Mountains for large-scale irrigation.
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