This post speaks for itself. According to Becky, it illustrates a possible relationship between architecture and the products of culinary art. Pont Neuf is a Parisian Bridge and it is constructed here of chips – although fairly sturdy ones. It prompts a range of questions:
- The dish is called Pommes de Terre Pont Neuf. A catchy label; but no mention of pommes frites. How about: Pommes de Terre/ Frites Pont Neuf ? Or even Pont Pommes de Terre/Frites? Does this matter?
- The dish has structure – no doubt about that; but is it (sufficiently) specific to Pont Neuf? How about Pommes de Terre/Frites Structurees or Pommes Frites Structurees or Pommes Frites Baties? Again, does this matter?
- Is the relationship associative as well as structural? How about Pommes de Terre Echafaudage (Scaffolding)?
- Maybe the relationship is only associative? How about Pommes de Terre/Frites Tour de France/Massif Centrale/Gare du Nord?
Please add and answer at your pleasure. Interesting responses will be posted.