Audible / edible


When meals are spoken of as having a rhythm, it usually isn’t audible. In a Lanzhou-style noodle shop, the symphony of preparation is audible across the street, with the cadence and timbre of dough against metal board varying based upon the thickness and quantity of noodles a customer has ordered.


Of the five senses, sound tends to be the one least associated with food. What would an institution based upon turning this notion on its head look like?


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