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What's this plate called?

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I saw this plate on Tom Aikens' website. It's fantastic, does anyone have any idea what it's called any where I could buy it? I'm in the UK.

 

Thanks.

 

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I thought it was pea soup deconstructed, but it's actually Poached Loin of Rabbit, new season peas, white balsamic.

 

http://samantharentz.blogspot.com/2012/05/beautiful-new-spring-dishes-by-tom.html

 

I don't think you can "buy" it anywhere. It's a chefs creation.

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It looks like pea soup deconstructed.

 

I don't think you can "buy" it anywhere. It's a chefs creation.

 

I meant the actual white plate that the food is on! Thanks for your reply though.

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Oh I see. I guess I confused plate with dish.

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They sell that plate, or one identical/similar, at the kitch supply store I visit from time to time here. I have to pick up a few things this evening there and I will get back to you on the brand. If I remember correctly it was only about 8 CHF or about $9US.

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Oh I see. I guess I confused plate with dish.

 

Not your fault! I didn't explain myself well enough.

 

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Originally Posted by helloitslucas View Post

They sell that plate, or one identical/similar, at the kitch supply store I visit from time to time here. I have to pick up a few things this evening there and I will get back to you on the brand. If I remember correctly it was only about 8 CHF or about $9US.

 

Thanks! It doesn't have to be exactly the same plate, the one in the picture has a lip on it that I'm not so fussy on. However, I love the round plate with the high rim.

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