Reddit Has Had Enough of These Wild Plating Techniques
When will the madness end?
We've all experienced (or at least seen) the odd restaurant meal served on a live edge wood slab for no reason, or looked at a towering, cake-topped Black Tap milkshake and thought, "the structural integrity, though." But have you ever been to an establishment where fried raviolis come out of the kitchen clipped to a washing line? Or where pasta is dished out on an iPad (pre-loaded with an image of a plate, of course)? The Reddit community r/WeWantPlates is devoted to chronicling inventive plating techniques gone awry (their bio: "We Want Plates crusades against serving food on bits of wood and roof tiles, chips in mugs and drinks in jam jars."). Here, we've rounded up a few of their best (slash worst) discoveries, in no particular order.
A Sneaker Full of Cheese Balls
Restaurant near my apartment in college served goat cheese balls in a converse shoe...now permanently closed. from r/WeWantPlates
The pink Converse sneaker stuffed with goat cheese balls really distracts from the second most confusing thing in this photo: the pickles on that pizza.
Behold: grilled chicken strips, performing an aerial stunt above a Caesar salad.
A friend of mine just posted this on his Instagram story: he was served food on a dustpan. from r/WeWantPlates
It's all about presentation.
A Corn Dog Wreath
The most festive of meals.
A Table on Top of a Table
Don't ask questions.
Bacon in a Pinecone
Pinecones are nature's bacon-holders.