Molecular Gastronomy Newswire

Molecular Gastronomy Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Molecular Gastronomy.

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  1. Bartenders Are Now Putting Popcorn in CocktailsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Details

    ... was a new thing) PDT . Lee tells me the drink was inspired by Wylie Dufresne's "popcorn soup" dish from molecular gastronomy restaurant WD~50 . He says, "Going to see a movie in a theater is an emotionally loaded experience that almost everyone has. ...

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  2. How the Jell-O Shot Went From Collegiate Party Favor to Craft Cocktail CompanionRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Eater

    ... of collegiate tailgates, instead likening them to upgraded aspics, gelA es and the (then booming) molecular gastronomy trend. "Inspiration came not from what you might recall as the Jell-O shot, but from the jelly shots served at the chic Bar ...

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  3. Horyou Foundation Hosts Gala Dinner at Cannes to Promote its Mission Of Social GoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... dinner was presented by renowned three-star Michelin chef Marc Veyrat. Showcasing Veyrat's specialty of molecular gastronomy and use of organic mountain herbs, the dinner was the centerpiece of the Gala. Kambiz and Nilou Safinya from Sonatina ...

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  4. Wylie Dufresne, TIFF's 'Food on Film' guest, not sure if resto WD-50 will reopenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Madison Publishing

    ... TIFF Bell Lightbox on Wednesday for the "Food on Film" subscription series. He'll discuss his love of molecular gastronomy and the Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro post-apocalyptic 1991 French comedy "Delicatessen." Dufresne, who is also chef and ...

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  5. Pantry is stocked with fun gastro-comfort dishesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    ... a coveted spot in the Mandarin Oriental's kitchen in Back Bay, where he expanded his knowledge of molecular gastronomy. Now, as Executive Chef here, he aims to develop fun ideas for new dishes, in between consulting with other restaurants in the ...

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  6. Sweet, with CeleryRead the original story

    Thursday | Coast Magazine

    David Fue, head chef at Splashes in Laguna Beach, is serious about his work. His dishes are tightly composed, and he deftly mixes traditional techniques with molecular gastronomy.

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  7. Spanish-Modernist Restaurant Raci n Will Close May 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Willamette Week

    Chef Anthony Cafiero's West End restaurant was sleek but not slick, wearing its molecular-gastronomy influences lightly on its sleeve, with tech-heavy food preparations emerging as bright, accessible juxtapositions of flavor and texture. The menu often had a dexterity that approached wit, as in a cold-poached albacore topped with the actual cold of strawberry sorbet.

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  8. The 11 Best Happy Hours in the Twin CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | City Pages

    ... the last century is Tongue in Cheek. No joke. Brunch is most excellent. Dinners are a whiff away from molecular gastronomy wonders. But it's the happy hour we're here for, daily from 4 to 7 p.m. The $4 Chelada beer list, like one with passion fruit, ...

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  9. Pastry Chef Annamarie Rigelman Leaves Lucia's: We Know Where She IsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | City Pages

    The epitome of elegant, classical French cafe cuisine, Lucia's has for decades lured diners with understated, myopically local cooking. And behind the scenes, owner Lucia Watson's pastry chef, Annamarie Rigelman, has provided the sweet endings.

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  10. Holy City Brewing's new kitchen Suelto takes playful risks that pay offRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Charleston City Paper

    In the four years since its inception, Holy City Brewing has become a ubiquitous presence. You can grab a six-pack of Pluff Mud Porter at Trader Joe's or admire mustachioed professor Paul Roof on the label of Chucktown Follicle Brown staring at you from a Teeter shelf.

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  11. Chop Sizzle Wow: cookbook / comic mash-up with 50 recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Boing Boing

    ... good reminder that tasty, wholesome food can be made with few ingredients and basic methods. There's no molecular gastronomy here to scare off the kitchen first-timers. Kids will no doubt enjoy learning with this book, and the slick ...

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  12. Chef inspires Nottingham students to reinvent care home cuisineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Molecular gastronomy is more likely to be served up to the judges on MasterChef than to the residents of a care home. The former restaurant cook has been working to bring gourmet food to the tables of old people's homes - and to shake its "school dinners" image.

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  13. Weekend tech reading: AMD's high-bandwidth memory explained, NSF 2015 reboot teaserRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | TechSpot

    For years now, AMD has taken on the responsibility of defining new types of memory to be used in graphics cards, standards that have eventually come to be used by the entire industry. Typically, being first out of the gate with a new graphics-oriented memory technology has given AMD a competitive advantage in that first generation of products.

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  14. Aspen Misc.: Dragon's Breath and Boiled Ice CreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | The Aspen Times

    ... Aspen Science Center and its hilarious commentary on the science behind cooking. "Formally, the term 'molecular gastronomy' refers to the scientific discipline that studies the physical and chemical processes that occur while cooking," ...

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  15. Spanish-Modernist Restaurant Racion Will Close May 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Willamette Week

    Chef Anthony Cafiero's West End restaurant was sleek but not slick, wearing its molecular-gastronomy influences lightly on its sleeve, with tech-heavy food preparations emerging as bright, accessible juxtapositions of flavor and texture. The menu often had a dexterity that approached wit, as in a cold-poached albacore topped with the actual cold of strawberry sorbet.

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  16. How Tacos Are Done in Mexico's Meat CapitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | LA Weekly

    ... MartA n and Pablo Carrera gave classes on making gachupa (a Spanish fusion soup) and using dry ice for molecular gastronomy tricks. At the booth for El Sonorita - a popular Hermosillo barbecue restaurant with a sister location called Sonora Mia in ...

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  17. Edible art: Molecular gastronomy masterpiecesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | USA Today

    ... Fruit Ceviche is served with tuna, pecans, lime and hibiscus. Chicago's moto restaurant is famous for molecular gastronomy with dishes more like concepts. Here, molasses braised pork belly is served with kimchi collard greens, red pepper and ...

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  18. Food: Nathan Kibarian Is Inspired By His Armenian-American UpbringingRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Groong

    ... [on the menu] that are approachable to a lot of people, especially flavor-wise. I'm not a big fan of molecular gastronomy, and all of those trends. I like to focus on more traditional flavors and just present them in a more modern style," says the ...

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  19. Nathan Kibarian is inspired by his Armenian-American upbringingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Boston.com

    ... [on the menu] that are approachable to a lot of people, especially flavor-wise. I'm not a big fan of molecular gastronomy, and all of those trends. I like to focus on more traditional flavors and just present them in a more modern style," says the ...

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  20. Portland's best burgers are hard to getRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | OregonLive.com

    ... at each was arriving reasonably promptly at a specific time and place. You don't need a degree in Molecular Gastronomy to understand why some restaurants restrict their burger output. Typically the least expensive entree, burgers can take over a ...

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