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Friday Photo: Truffled Cauliflower, Village Whiskey, Philadelphia

Village Whiskey, Philadelphia
Village Whiskey, Philadelphia
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Village Whiskey's truffled cauliflower

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Due to my affinity with all things doused in vinegar, I was absolutely thrilled to return to the Village Whiskey, a Prohibition-style bar near Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia with gourmet burgers, hearty fries, and pickled vegetables. I love to eat pickled vegetables in the winter because they preserve a home-grown taste reminiscent of warmer days, but their bright colors, tart pucker, and texture also make them the perfect celebration of summer.

Village Whiskey’s truffled cauliflower ($8) consists of bite-sized pieces of one of my least favorite vegetables that have been soaked in a brine of vinegar and sugar for at least 10 days, placed on a bed of sweet pickled carrot, and swirled with truffle oil.

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