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Light & crisp

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Summer veg in tomato consommé

Potatoes –

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With a Japanese twist.

Poached Salmon

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A.k.a. any excuse to make a decadent béarnaise.

Cauliflower Five Ways

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Light & crisp
summer veg.

Potatoes with
a Japanese twist.

Any excuse for
béarnaise.

The MM Feed

A food & art ensemble. #mmworthy

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Landon Metz

Lithograph

Georges Braque

Mac n’ Cheese

Crispy Pancetta • Roasted Portobello • Three Cheese

Mushroom Porridge

Grilled King Oyster • Shiitake Chips • Poached Egg

Mushroom Porridge

Grilled King Oyster • Shiitake Chips • Poached Egg

Grey Instrumentation II

Josef Albers, circa 1975.

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Koen Van Den Broek

Cauliflower Gnocchi

Roasted Cauliflower Soup • Shaved Cauliflower

Elevated home cooking

We’re a little into pretty things and art, and believe everything should be done tastefully.

Food should taste good, but it should look good too.
Incase you were wondering – yes, we 100% judge cupcakes by their frosting. In other words, we eat with our eyes.

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Elevated home cooking

We’re a little into pretty things and art, and believe everything should be done tastefully.

Food should taste good, but it should look good too. Incase you were wondering – yes, we 100% judge cupcakes by their frosting. In other words, we eat with our eyes.

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FEATURED INGREDIENT

Gochugaru

The spice you didn’t know about (til’ now). LEARN MORE >>

The mm worthy Way.

Stop. Taste. Stop. Taste: our mantra. 

Cooking is based on instinct & taste, so we do things organically, which means a lot of tasting as you go. And improving each time.
We like to call this instinctual cooking. #guesstimations

It’s all about the process.

We provide recipes that are flexible in order to allow you to adjust based on your preferences, so you can enjoy the process and create your own spin!

The mm worthy Way.

Stop. Taste. Stop. Taste: our mantra. 

Cooking is based on instinct & taste, so we do things organically, which means a lot of tasting as you go. And improving each time. We like to call this instinctual cooking. #guesstimations

It’s all about the process. We provide recipes that are flexible in order to allow you to adjust based on your preferences, so you can enjoy the process and create your own spin!

FEATURED RECIPE

Short Rib Chili

Buttery, melt-in-your-mouth short ribs. RECIPE >>

Melting pot syndrome.

A taste of fusion.

Living in a multicultural world, there is a great deal of significance in the word culture, in which we show immense appreciation for.
Food is a vital part of it, carrying us back to our roots and helping us connect to who we once were, or showing us who we are now.

Not only is it essential for sustenance, but for us, food is a vessel to exploring & immersing in other cultures.

Enter: our recipes inspired by cuisines from around the world.

Melting pot syndrome.

A taste of fusion.

Living in a multicultural world, there is a great deal of significance in the word culture, in which we show immense appreciation for.
Food is a vital part of it, carrying us back to our roots and helping us connect to who we once were, or showing us who we are now.

Not only is it essential for sustenance, but for us, food is a vessel to exploring & immersing in other cultures.

Enter: our recipes inspired by cuisines from around the world.

EATING SEASONALY

Summer Vegetables

All dressed up in tomato consommé and basil oilRECIPE >>

You are what you eat.

Eat more consciously by using fresh ingredients & seasonal produce.

There’s a strong connection between what you eat, how you eat, and how you feel afterwards.
Eating more consciously doesn’t mean sacrificing taste (oh, we’d never) and the food you love.
It’s all about balancing and choosing the right ingredients.

We support consuming consciously by eating more veggies, seasonal produce and sustainable proteins to maintain the sustainability of our food chain.

You are what you eat.

Eat more consciously by using fresh ingredients & seasonal produce.

Eat more consciously by using fresh ingredients & seasonal produce.

There’s a strong connection between what you eat, how you eat, and how you feel afterwards.
Eating more consciously doesn’t mean sacrificing taste (oh, we’d never) and the food you love.
It’s all about balancing and choosing the right ingredients.

We support consuming consciously by eating more veggies, seasonal produce and sustainable proteins to maintain the sustainability of our food chain.

Get your cook on.

Recipes are 100% mm worthy approved.

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