From Circolo and Fly Trap to Eos and Acquacotta, The Bauer Hour names names in expressing his displeasure with the disappearance of salt: "Personal preferences aside, salt is such a staple on the table that removing it sends a negative message. For one, it smacks of arrogance on the part of the chef. This implies that the chef knows what's best, and the customer should accept it." [BauerBlog]
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