(CBS News) Chef David Bouley is an award-winning chef -- "Best Chef" and "Best Restaurant" from the James Beard Foundation -- whose New York City restaurant, Bouley has been a diner's favorite for decades.
His latest restaurant, Brushstroke opened last year, and is a joint venture with Japan's top culinary school. It offers a modern interpretation of Kaiseki-style cooking and is based on menus that use fresh ingredients and change seasonally.
On "CBS This Morning: Saturday" for THE Dish segment, Bouley shares his ultimate dishes for a special New Year's celebration:
Cape Cod Oysters with chilled fresh kiwi
Foie Gras Terrine with fresh persimmons
Whole Organic Long Island Duck Breast with liquorice powder, Tahitian vanilla, California organic black dates, hand milled organic New York polenta, roasted Brussels sprout leaves and toasted walnuts
Cape Cod Day Boat Lobsterglazed with fresh pomegranate juice
Fingerling Potatoes lightly smoked with Tokyo health tea and Osetra golden caviar
Italian Blood Orange Risotto with Perigord black truffles
Clementine and Mandarin Parfait with fresh lychee sorbet and granulated honey served in a martini glass