Borscht Spoons

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Borscht Spoons

from 450.00

Meadow Lark Farm Dinners

When I was growing up, my father loved putting on an apron and getting his fingers stained making cold beet borscht. Years later, Meadow Lark Farm Dinners created the most extraordinary beet borscht at Pachamama Farm. It was a color that came directly from nature and yet was totally unreal. The night had been a whole performance of weather drama—warm and humid, rainy and windy, then the clearing. The borscht served as one of the most photogenic of all the dishes—Alberto ladling the soup into the vintage Limoges bowls; the drips on the wet linen; the devoured bowls stacked with finger paintings from guests who licked up the last tastes. Then a yell from Abbey behind the bus: "George, come see the  spoons from the borscht!" This is one of my very favorite images from the collection.

 

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All of George Lange's photographs are light jet prints on Fuji Crystal Archive paper. They are each titled and signed by George. Available unframed or framed in wooden gallery frame. Allow 2 weeks for unframed prints, 3 weeks for framed plus shipping time.