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What’s the Deal With: Carnal’s wall of bones?

The restaurant's chef and co-owner uses leftovers as art

Empty marrow bones line the wall inside of Carnal as it trails from the kitchen window to the corner of the white room.
Empty marrow bones line the wall inside of Carnal on Friday, Sept. 1. The restaurant buys these bones and renders the marrow to a liquid state to use in its short ribs dish before the leftover bones become art. (Photo courtesy of Simone Higashi)
By Simone Higashi News Intern
If you have ever had the chance to dine at Carnal, a downtown Bellingham restaurant, then you might
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