Molecular Gastronomy Newswire

Molecular Gastronomy Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Molecular Gastronomy.

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  1. Alvin Leung is good for the SeoulRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Star Online

    ... stars six years into its inception (now it has a third star). Leung's signature X-treme cuisine, where molecular gastronomy features strongly in his interpretation of Chinese cuisine, has since become almost as well known as the man himself. These ...

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  2. Dying to be a Michelin-starred chefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Iol.co.za

    ... bizarre, outlandish or even downright ridiculous the offering, the more praise it garners you. (Think molecular gastronomy, as seen in The 100 Foot Journey.) The explosion of the so-called foodie culture hasn't helped, either. Forget simply stepping ...

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  3. Watson Digs the Details at Emmer & Rye; Odam Gets Shellfish at La CrawfishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Eater

    ... into sublime dishes: The chervil spuma (a denser version of one of those much-maligned foams of molecular gastronomy) used with a mushroom-flecked risotto ($12) relieves the rich dish from being leaden, spring shoots growing out of loam. Spuma (this ...

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  4. The new VICE Guide to Chicago is basic as hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Chicago Reader

    ... under "Where to Eat," which begins with a disclaimer: "We have a predictable number of uber-fancy, molecular gastronomy monstrosities that consistently top every 'Best Restaurant in Chicago' list month after month. This is not one of those lists. ...

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  5. Restaurant Review: Emmer & RyeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Austin Chronicle

    ... contemporary punch lines. The chervil spuma (a denser version of one of those much-maligned foams of molecular gastronomy) used with a mushroom-flecked risotto ($12) relieves the rich dish from being leaden, spring shoots growing out of loam. Spuma ...

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  6. GOODBYE, GOURMETRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | 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. New York Times: Let Us Tell You Which Shows to WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | NewsBusters.org

    You're a typically busy New York Times reader and you don't have hours to waste on bad TV. Between gallery openings, analyst appointments, transgender poetry slams and molecular gastronomy cooking lessons, who has time to navigate the"ever more complex streaming video landscape" to ensure an ideologically wholesome TV diet? Thankfully, the Times has you covered.

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  8. Pigeons, Boutique Waters, Urban Adventures at Arcade 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Scoop

    ... Kane Laing presents New Zealand's first fully functioning contemporary water bar. Kane's interest in molecular gastronomy, craft beer and wine tasting began with his experimentations with alternative coffee brewing as a teenager. "Consumer's ...

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  9. Top chefs launch global culinary award with a sustainable twistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Bangkok Post

    ... off the back of a revolution in Spanish cuisine perhaps best epitomised by Ferran Adria, the father of molecular gastronomy. He said the prize aimed first and foremost to reward "an initiative in the gastronomic area that will be strongly engaged ...

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  10. #WeWant: Unplugged editionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | OnMilwaukee

    ... a pastry chef who turned to Mexican cuisine after years of work in two kitchens famous for their molecular gastronomy, (Alinea and wd-50). And that fact alone is part of the allure. "I want to push through stale ideas about what Mexican food is or ...

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  11. What's Trending In Food For 2016Read the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Hotel Interactive

    ... miniaturized, or homages just to name a few," Shapiro said. "I don't think we will be seeing a lot of molecular gastronomy forward meals or dishes, but smaller etouches' of the craft being used to heighten a fresh take on an old classic. This would ...

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  12. Top Chef Season 13 Episode 8: Big Reveals and BeefsteaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Eater

    ... on the table. "Cheese coming out of a can, that's the original foam." While he fools around with O.G. molecular gastronomy, Karen Akunowicz decides to froth up strawberries to give her plate a pink swish, mostly so it looks like her. Jeremy Ford , ...

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  13. OneCook Personal Robotic Chef: Fresh ingredients go in, home-cooked meals come outRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Cool Hunting

    Modern kitchen appliances can brew you the perfect espresso, bake a fluffy loaf of bread, mix a killer cocktail or even blend up a personalized smoothie-all with the press of a single button. So why not program them to cook a full meal? That's exactly what Boston-based company TNL Corp. has done with OneCook , a personal "robotic chef" that can prepare everything from pasta to kung pao chicken while you sit back and relax.

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  14. 10 Best New Restaurants 2016Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Gulfshore Life

    ... he did at Noma was fascinating. Why couldn't we do some of that in Florida?" Since he doesn't "dig" molecular gastronomy, Estrem took inspiration by way of local sourcing and cooking techniques, like pickling and barbecuing. For those familiar with ...

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  15. Vancouver's top bartenders get scientificRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2014 | Westender

    ... are really high-concept cocktails," says Melnyk. "We're taking a lot of the same techniques used in molecular gastronomy and applying them to our drinks. People are realizing they should take their drinks as seriously as their food and bartenders ...

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  16. GOODBYE, GOURMETRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 | 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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  17. 6 Things McDonald's was thinking when it invented McChoco friesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | She Knows

    ... around. McChoco Potato is obviously not a fancy food (though I can kind of see one of those upscale molecular gastronomy restaurants doing a version of it for dessert), but the name sounds quite refined. Anytime ordering from McDonald's makes you ...

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  18. GOODBYE, GOURMETRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 19 | 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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  19. 1515 Restaurant's Happy Hour Captures Three Decades of StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Denver Westword

    ... Dip Looks Like Now!"), 1515 has adapted and evolved to stay current. The decision to stick with molecular gastronomy techniques long after they fell out of favor is so square it's beautifully hip. Prices for game, fowl, and elaborate cuts of meat ...

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  20. 10 Things We'd Like to See in the St. Louis Food Scene in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | River Front Times

    ... for the soups and seafood of Shandong province or the fiery plates of Sichuan. 2. A no-holds-barred molecular gastronomy restaurant. We see molecular gastronomy techniques and dishes here and there across the St. Louis food scene, but how great ...

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