Sometimes it is better to be simple. Forget the catch, the trick, the oddity which works, sounds different and can draw attention. Today I took the time to look through that lens and see simple. What came about was three pristine ingredients, delicate cookery and artisinal craftsmanship woven together to put ingredients on a higher plane than where they began. I have spoken of blis Brook Trout Roe. We have slow cooked eggs in the style of the Japanese Hot Spring Egg. I gain tremendous pleasure from herbs and spices with poignant bracing flavors. I am happily reminded that simple works, really well.