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Chef in Detroit Designs Menu Based on Radiohead's Kid A Album
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 02.16.2014



The Huffington Post reports that chef in Detroit, Michigan has designed a 10-course meal inspired by Radiohead's Kid A Album.

Kyle Hanley, a chef at the Detroit Golf Club, made a menu designed to pair a course with each track on the album, originally released in 2000. Joseph Allerton, a food and beverage director, chose the complimenting wine and cocktails by going by the music from the album, rather than the food it will be consumed with.

Hanley said that he studied music before he became a chef, and he hears "textures and colours" when he listens to an album. He added, "Especially Radiohead, they are very textural. They are a very visceral band."





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