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Skene

(skēn),
Alexander J.C., U.S. gynecologist, 1837-1900. See: Skene glands, Skene tubules, Skene ducts.
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They're devoted to him, intent to become part of something bigger than themselves, listening to Skenes with rapture during teaching moments, and striving for the same future he shoots for: "100% sustainability.
Skenes self-designated role is "in service of the ingredient," so he cooks according to the product.
And Skenes experiments with what fire can do; he sears scallops directly on clean embers, or buries a vessel in ash to cook at an exaggeratedly slow pace, adding just a kiss of smokiness.
It's a modern version of a lemon meringue pie--except the locally grown lemon pieces in it were preserved by Skenes seven months ago; the cold citrus custard was set with gelatin; and the "meringue," instead of being stiff flavorless egg whites, is creamy, with the essence of soft, just-picked petals.
Significantly they were incomers from the south - Angus Skene had moved to an accountant's job at Birmingham University - who had greater expectations of the city's art scene than most of the locals.