Molecular Gastronomy Newswire

Molecular Gastronomy Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Molecular Gastronomy.

Results 1 - 20 of 232 in Molecular Gastronomy

  1. Qlty First Kitchenware Products Announces Release Of Innovative New Professional Garlic PressRead the original story

    Yesterday | Emailwire.com

    ... on the uptake as well and introduced 'Top Chef', 'Cutthroat Kitchen' and many others. The science of molecular gastronomy was virtually unknown outside of food science departments at universities a decade ago, but now is part of the national ...

    Comment?

  2. Chef Joseph Arena Puts His Modernist Spin on the Menu at 1515Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Denver Westword

    ... after his culinary wanderings, Arena applied for the position at 1515, intrigued by Tang's passion for molecular gastronomy. "We find the most creative, most talented chefs," Tang says. "I was interviewing someone from Eleven Madison Park [in New ...

    Comment?

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

    Monday | 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 ...

    Comment?

  4. Mocktale: Kitty party brigade clears 'air'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Times of India

    ... face. They bear no connection to events and characters in real life. "This dish blah blah blah blah molecular gastronomy. This is blah blah blah fresh produce". These were the only words that our Mocktale reporter, under cover as a food blogger in a ...

    Comment?

  5. Expect more global cuisines to hit Mumbai, says Farrokh KhambataRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    ... and chefs creating new ways to present food, experimenting with flavours, different techniques like molecular gastronomy, etc, to capture their guests' imagination. Of course, like any large city, everyday new outlets open and shut. Ever since AD ...

    Comment?

  6. Creative techniques to cut down on food wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Philly.com

    The statistics would make anyone's grandmother cringe in shame. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans jammed 35 million tons of food waste into landfills in 2013.

    Comment?

  7. Deciphering a restaurant's crazy and brilliant science in the Alinea ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Digital Trends

    ... he called The Alinea Project . Alinea is more culinary laboratory than a restaurant, well-known for its molecular gastronomy and beautiful plating. Alinea Project chronicles the trial-and-error, the successes, and everything in between, along with ...

    Comment?

  8. Wylie Dufresne Will Return to Clinton Street to Help Out Dad at BYGGYZ Sandwich EmporiumRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Eater

    Dewey Dufresne - dad of molecular gastronomy wizard Wylie Dufresne - has been waiting a long time to open his Lower East Side sandwich shop BYGGYZ . We first heard rumblings about it way back in 2011 at the San Gennaro Festival, then it looked like the sandwiches would drop in late April of 2015.

    Comment?

  9. The chemistry of cookingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Priya Pathiyan talks to Sarabjit Kaur, who recently attended a seminar by Herv This, the father of molecular gastronomy, in Paris, and learnt how to replace her regular cooking ingredients with molecular compounds It was a dream come true for Sarabjit Kaur, who is pursuing her degree in Food Innovation and Product Design at the AgroParisTech-INRA in Paris, France, to work with Herv This, the man behind the original concept of molecular gastronomy - the science of cooking - that he founded more than 20 years ago, along with his late associate Prof Nicholas Kurti. Today, the world's top chefs, including Heston Blumenthal and Pierre Gagnaire, turn to Herv for inspiration.

    Comment?

  10. Ren Redzepi is the World's Most Influential ChefRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Food & Wine

    RenA Redzepi of Copenhagen's Noma has changed the way chefs everywhere think. But as writer Anya von Bremzen explains, his influence goes far beyond food.

    Comment?

  11. Print your cake and eat it tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Boulder Weekly

    Electronic devices do everything for us; smart phones comb over the world's news to deliver us personalized feeds and we can connect with friends instantaneously using watches.

    Comment?

  12. Cheeky Artist Turns Hipster Foods Into Adorable Plush ToysRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Eater

    ... s: There are multiple sets of Mast Brothers chocolate bars and bottles of BluePrint Juices. And for the molecular gastronomy enthusiasts: There is a plate inspired by Chicago restaurant Alinea and plenty of foods in sous vide bags. Check out

    Comment?

  13. Molecular maestro of food Aurelio Morales gets back to basics at Caf RoyalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | This Is London

    ... after an apparent knife fight in a leafy part of north London. A chef hailed as the next big talent in molecular gastronomy says he has gone back to basics to showcase the traditional flavours of his native Spain for London diners. Aurelio Morales, ...

    Comment?

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

    Wednesday Jun 17 | 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 ...

    Comment?

  15. Cooking up a storm in the kitchenRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Falkirk Herald

    ... in. There are classes in practical cake craft and specialised patisserie, professional cookery and even molecular gastronomy, like the stuff Heston Blumenthal creates. Diane Creed, the college's head of hospitality and salon services, said: "Cooking ...

    Comment?

  16. Couchsurfing Around Europe, Part 19: ZurichRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | QTMagazine

    ... you need to understand Switzerland and its history. Maison Manesse . It's not typical Swiss food-its molecular gastronomy, so they invent meals out of unusual ingredients, and it always tastes good. They have a new menu each week. The staff is ...

    Comment?

  17. Gifts Your Geek Dad Will Want for Father's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Forever Geek

    ... so you might actually get to paint it. Dads who know that cooking is more than grilling will love this Molecular Gastronomy Kit. It's a bit of science and fun put together, with a dash of flavor thrown in. Think of it as an adult version of a ...

    Comment?

  18. A Spanish Restaurant to Rival El Bulli and El Celler de Can RocaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | TheStreet.com

    ... town of Roses, close to the French border in Catalonia, where Ferran Adri popularized the concept of molecular gastronomy. When he closed El Bulli in 2011 to focus on other projects , the mantle passed to El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, midway ...

    Comment?

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

    Friday Jun 12 | 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 ...

    Comment?

  20. Great British Menu: These three chefs are vying to represent Wales at this year's banquetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | IcNetwork

    BBC Two's food challenge will see the chefs plate up their best dishes in a bid to to cook at a banquet marking 100 years of the Women's Institute Their food might be a far cry from the dishes women in the WI would have rustled up back in 1915. But three Welsh chefs are hoping they can impress members from one of Britain's greatest matriarchal institutions, which celebrates its centenary.

    Comment?