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Chef Creates 10-Course Meal Entirely Based On Radiohead's "Kid A"

It's the strangest, most arty menu you can ever eat.

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Chef Kyle Hanley has created a meal entirely based on Radiohead's 2000 album "Kid A", which is now considered one of the most important - if not tastiest - albums of the era.

It starts with a "pan-seared diver scallop, Yuzu fluid gel, fried cellophane noodle, lemongrass Ponzu, chilli oil", to partner a Riesling wine, to accompany the track Everything In Its Right Place.

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That's followed by treats including "oil-poached monkfish, white apsaragas, white balsamic vinaigrette, daikon sprouts", with Leelanau Good Harbour Golden Ale, to go with How to Disappear Completely.

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And why not finish the evening with a "mousse duo with blackberry pate to fruit" and a nice glass of port, to accompany Motion Picture Soundtrack.

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There are three seatings only, for 12 guests at a time, and tickets cost $125 including booze.

If you enjoy Radiohead's seminal Kid A so much that you could eat it, and you're in Detroit, Michigan, on Wednesday, you're in luck.