Kitchen Curiosities with Chef Cesar of Lexington Brass

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With Chef Cesar


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Here is Lyla enjoying the goat cheese beignet.


This was my beet ravioli. This was something I could eat everyday.
This was the tuna tartar tacos that my whole family devoured.
Above is the salmon and cured mango and beet.
The salmon in the rice chip.
Rice Chip and Dip. You have to go try these.


Showing the rice chip’s beauty.
Checking out the delicious goat cheese beignets with apple dip.


Lyla photographing the tuna tacos.
Photographing the beet ravioli.
Outside of Lexington Brass. Lexington Avenue and 48th street NYC

Thanks for watching and reading.

Emily and Lyla,

The Kitchen Twins



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