Esther Choi

author of “Le Corbuffet: Edible Art and Design Classics”

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Looking for Thanksgiving menu ideas for the design and architecture fans in your life? Take a page from a new art project in the guise of a cookbook.

Create an artful dinner party with ‘Le Corbuffet’

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