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Even winter, which is typically a dead zone back East, provided hardy greens like kale and collards, and frost-resistant roots like sunchokes.
Flavors include The Roxie Road (made with leftover popcorn from the Mission’s Roxie Theatre) and Roasted Sunchoke Mock Apple Pie (made with organic but misshapen sunchokes from San Francisco’s Imperfect Produce).
The staff pulls a surprising array of foods out of the oven, plancha, smoke box and spit-roaster, including sunchoke paella, braised goat, suckling pig and a beef-fat candle that will further ignite your culinary flame.
The tasting menu at Aska, which is situated in a 19th-century former factory in Williamsburg, features dishes like langoustine veiled in an herb bouquet, later followed by lamb’s heart—cured, blackened and powdered over pickled sunchoke.
Tender, juicy guinea-hen breast lay on a pillow of sunchoke cream, accompanied by the leg, sprinkled with bits of deep-fried skin.
Fried strips of sunchoke peel mimicked dried leaves or twigs.
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