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The award-winning Greek Chef Alexandros Sperxos has released an exclusive Glow in the dark food and beverage NFT collection

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An NFT, or a non-fungible token, is a unique, non-interchangeable unit of data including a photo, video or audio that exists on a blockchain. It is not replicable and can represent real-world items in the digital world. NFTs can be sold or traded on a blockchain.

In an exciting, innovative move, the award-winning Greek chef Alexandros Sperxos has combined his passion for food and art and released a series of Glow in the Dark food NFTs.

The first collection of Chef Sperxos’ special NFTs includes digital artwork of dishes, namely The Harvest (burrata salad with crispy tomato skin and Greek dehydrated olives, dressed with pesto); The Ocean ‘AKTE’ (scallops glowing on a bed of citrus foam); The HUNT Meet Vitamins (Wagyu steak hanging on purple carrot purée, greens buster purée, collagen sauce); Sweet of the Greek Gods (foggy Greek orange cake nestled on top of ice mountains); and two mocktails, The Art of Vitamin (organic earthy citrus with wild crispy orange cigars) and The Volcano (smoky purple berries, mint infused with wild bee honey).

There is also a special NFT of Chef Alexandros Sperxos himself. NFT bidders will have the chance to meet Chef Sperxos at a private glow in the dark experience, at The Alley in Al Quoz.

Chef Sperxos commented, “This is the first of many artistic masterpieces curated on a plate, whilst entering the world of NFTs and I am excited to showcase them to the world. My cooking ethos is to use the highest quality organic ingredients, and my style of cooking is to always deliver dishes with an artistic flair – using shapes, colours and textures which create a unique culinary experience. Stay tuned for my next craziest concept of fine dining and NFTs – it’s not to be missed!”

View Chef Alexandros Sperxos’ culinary NFTs here.

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