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  1. Nine on the LineRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Tucson Weekly

    ... right! What concept, ingredient or food trend does everyone seem to love, but you just can't stomach? Molecular gastronomy! I get it already, but if you source quality ingredients, treat them with respect and care, then well composed food with clean ...

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  2. Bottle of Chili, Bowl of WhiskeyRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Pordland Mercury

    ... corn." This goes atop fried jalapeo masa spheres, which may or may not be a mocking Mexican jab at molecular gastronomy and its hard-on for perfectly round food. It's Tilt's first year as well, and the burgeoning restaurant family is showcasing ...

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  3. Cerulean's new fall menu: worth the price and worthy of the locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Nuvo.net

    ... shell out several hundred dollars to enjoy these meals. It's kind of the OG of seasonal tasting menus. Molecular gastronomy, on the other hand, a greying-at-the-temples bag of neat chemical tricks popularized stateside famously by chefs like Wylie ...

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  4. Deconstruction of avant-garde cuisine could lead to even more fanciful dishesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    One of the most iconic forms of avant-garde cuisine, also known as molecular gastronomy, involves the presentation of flavorful, edible liquids - like cocktails or olive oil - packaged into spheres. Now a team of scientists, in collaboration with world-renowned chef Ferran Adria, is getting to the bottom of what makes these delectable morsels possible.

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  5. How The Soda Industry Celebrated Childhood Obesity Awareness MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Scientific American

    ... Together, we'll peer inside factory farms, dark jungles, cafeterias, laboratories and those trendy molecular gastronomy spots. Grab a bite, and sit down at the table to learn why Food Matters. Food Matters Crew: Julianne Wyrick, Kathleen Raven, ...

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  6. One Man's OpinionAMERICA Needs 'Moore' Democracy, Fewer Clich SRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2009 | American Reporter

    ... National Magazine Awards. She introduced her upscale readers to such concepts as locavore eating and molecular gastronomy (using the principles of chemistry and physics to prepare food). Now that she has been fired, lesser writers get to say "Stick ...

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  7. World Chefs: Dufresne prepares end of NYC modernist meccaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Reuters

    Chef Wylie Dufresne is preparing to close his 11-year-old wd-50 restaurant, which has been a New York mecca for food enthusiasts to taste cutting-edge dishes. Dufresne's inventive applications of molecular gastronomy, or techniques that can radically alter the appearance or texture of food, have influenced other chefs and helped transform the menus at other top restaurants.

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  8. Pubbelly's Andreas Schreiner & Setai's Mathias Gervais Talk Miami FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ocean Drive

    Andreas Schreiner of the Pubbelly Restaurant Group and Setai chef Mathias Gervais get together over lunch at Mo Bar to discuss the perfect tomato, finding good burrata, and surviving Miami's food scene. Lunch-it's the calm before the storm for anyone working nights in the restaurant industry.

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  9. Chili Jamboree Profiles: Dick's Kitchen, Tamale BoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | The Pordland Mercury

    ... ted corn." This goes atop fried jalapeno masa spheres, which may or may not be a mocking Mexican jab at molecular gastronomy and its perverse affection for perfectly round food.

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  10. Culinary schools across the region are shattering attendance number recordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | NJ.com

    ... sustainability, gastronomy and information on how to run the front of the house. An introduction to molecular gastronomy was just added last year, Luepnitz says. Information: Lcti.org WCCC's two-year program focuses on food prep, cooking, baking and ...

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  11. Unusual ice cream shop opens in Galena next weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Route 66 News

    ... blackberry peach cobbler. I've noticed in recent years liquid nitrogen used by a few chefs during the "molecular gastronomy" craze. And a few liquid-nitrogen ice cream shops have popped up in big cities such as Chicago, St. Louis, Albuquerque and ...

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  12. Jean-Georges Vongerichten: 'What you eat as a child forms your palate'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | The Japan Times

    ... influence on gastronomy today? We've been through different phases such as nouvelle cuisine and molecular gastronomy. Now I think we're back on the right track. People are cooking with local ingredients, helping the farmers and following the ...

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  13. Wolfgang Puck: Many Of The 'Top Chef' Contestants 'Don't Know How To Cook'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Switched

    ... chef stars in Marcel's Quantum Kitchen, a SyFy Channel reality show that follows his team as they cook molecular gastronomy. Brian Malarkey (center) -- Since season three, Malarkey opened two San Diego restaurants: Searsucker and Burlap. TV gigs ...

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  14. Clinton Streeta s hot new dining sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | New York Post

    ... to make way for a new real estate development. The restaurant brought NYC's first real foray into molecular gastronomy to the LES strip back in 2003, where it joined 71 Clinton Fresh Food (now closed), Alias (also closed), 1492 Food (closed) and ...

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  15. Rise of the HackersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | WGBH

    ... and technology, and highlight the people involved in scientific pursuits. Ferran Adri, the father of molecular gastronomy, is a true innovator in the worlds of science and food. Recenty, he paid a visit to our neighborhood when he visited the ...

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  16. Tampa: Bay of plentyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | The Independent

    ... coffee with Cuban families on a Sunday). But it's the grassroots dining scene that is growing. There's molecular gastronomy at the Edison: Food + Drink Lab and a well-reviewed restaurant at The Refinery. No Michelin star yet, though. Craft brewer ...

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  17. One Man's OpinionAMERICA Needs 'Moore' Democracy, Fewer Clich SRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2009 | American Reporter

    ... National Magazine Awards. She introduced her upscale readers to such concepts as locavore eating and molecular gastronomy (using the principles of chemistry and physics to prepare food). Now that she has been fired, lesser writers get to say "Stick ...

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  18. Are Pinoys ready for molecular gastronomy?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | ABS-CBN News

    MANILA The overall chairperson of this year's National Food Showdown believes that chefs here first need to master their skills in preparing classic Filipino cuisine before venturing into molecular gastronomy, which is characterized by avant-garde cooking techniques. Chef Myrna Segismundo, who is also the vice president and managing director of ABS-CBN's Restaurant 9501, believes that the priority now should be to elevate Filipino cuisine instead of experimenting with the science of cooking.

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  19. Apples + Pears Restaurant Group Welcomes Two Times Chef of the Year to MelbourneRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 21 | PR Log

    ... leading lights came up I jumped on it," Schofield said. Although a convert to some of the science of "molecular gastronomy" David believes the taste and texture of natural products should be showcased and enhanced, not veiled, a philosophy very much ...

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  20. An interview with India's most-celebrated chef: Gaggan AnandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 20 | DNA India

    ... have been serving delicious food for years. I do progressive Indian food, I would rather not call it molecular gastronomy. What I've seen of this style of cooking here in India is quite bad. It's misused. It's good for us because when we show people ...

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