Well your guess is as good as mine... but doesn't it look spectacular?
I love long tables...
this long you ask?
as long as Im not waiting on the table I guess it could be that long!
This food just has to be fresh.... look at that field of vegetables.
Arugula's Star Farm, Columbia, TN
Shady trees ... looks idyllic
I found all these pics at the outstanding outstanding in the field's picture gallery.
What they do at Outstanding in the Field:
OK...I showed this image already
...but read this:
Sunday June 6, 2010
Secret Sea Cove, Bay Area Coast, CA
GUEST CHEF: Mourad Lahlou, Aziza, San Francisco
Mourad is back. Past Iron Chef winner and returning Sea Cove chef Mourad Lahlou took to the sand in 2009 providing a fantastic meal right on the beach. The scenic California coastal surroundings will compete for attention as waitstaff bring out courses composed of the best ingredients of sea and shore. Fisherman, farmer and winemaker join us on the sand. Our long curving table will be positioned to take advantage of the afternoon sun and incoming tide. Those seated closest to the water might experience a wave or two!
Whilst viewing this sandy dining location the sand drawings of Jim Denevan came to mind. Last year I posted on both his large scale sand drawings and his foodworks - Jim Denevan is both sand artist and the man behind Outstanding in the Field.
The world's largest single artwork, Black Rock Desert in Nevada made by Jim Denevan
Big enough to contain over 176 Wembley Stadiums, the giant drawing by Jim Denevan is visible from 40,000 feet up in the sky.
Taking 15 days to complete, Mr Denevan and a team of three colleagues worked day and night on the stunning piece in May of this year, which has a diameter of just over three miles.
where did those things come from??
loved these images of life on the road... travelling around from place to place to hold these amazing dinners. Images form 2008 blog.... oustandingontour.blogspot.com