Eschatology Sauces

The set of Eschatology Sauces is probably the thorniest meal we have cooked so far. Those Story Sauces are generated out of fairly sensitive stories (or rather histories), namely from eschatological „end of the world“ prophecies predicted by five world religions. This concept was conceived for Academy of Sciences Prague Library that invited us for their conference entitled „Nightmares of humankind“. It was quite exciting to watch what will come out and how would the eventual recipes associate with our stereotypical notions related to each religion. Within the conference event, we cooked all five Eschatology Sauces and let the audience to decide about the taste. Findings? The Christ Sauce made of parsley, spinach, avocado, provencal herbs and green pepper has a bitter echo. The Buddha Sauce is mild and unassertive, while the Moses Sauce is rich and saturating, as it contains a lot of Hokkaido pumpkin. The Vishnu Sauce would be a great snack for kids, with white beans, chickpeas, parmesan cheese, lime juice and a slice of banana included in the recipe. Quite contrary, the Muhammad Sauce is rather for strong stomachs, as it has some red beans, chili and plenty of red wine (!). Few brave spectators from the audience even offered their stomachs as a „communication interface“, ordering a HotKarot with mixed sauce. A true gastro-courage, as well as highly political gesture. According to the first reactions, we can say that the Muhammad-Christ Sauce mix was a truly controversial meal.

Some pictures from the Eschatology Sauce serving are available here.