Jonathan Gold reviews P.Y.T., a vegetable-centered nirvana in L.A.

Jonathan Gold reviews P.Y.T., a vegetable-centered nirvana in L.A.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • November 11, 2016
One of the best things I had to eat this summer was a whole celeriac cooked by Daniel Berlin, of the restaurant that bears his name in southern Sweden. The unlovely root, probably his most famous dish, had been roasted for nine or 10 hours in the...
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