molecular gastronomy


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molecular gastronomy

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an approach to cooking in which a chef’s knowledge of physics, chemistry, and biology allows him or her to experiment with unusual flavour combinations and cooking techniques

molecular gastronomy

- The study and application of chemistry, physics, and other scientific principles on cooking processes, preparation, and materials.
See also related terms for materials.
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The era of such molecular gastronomy was experienced by a privileged subset of food lovers, and the publics fascination with it has faded.
Summary: XPRESS meets Atul Kochhar, twice Michelin-starred Indian chef and a Masterchef judge to understand his take on molecular gastronomy, food culture in Dubai and where he dines when in Dubai
Originally from Armenia, Hakobyan joins the Marriott family with seven years' experience and a love for molecular gastronomy.
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I have seen food trends from rationing in the war to molecular gastronomy, and nothing makes me more annoyed than 'clean eating"' - Cookery writer Prue Leith, the new judge on The Great British Bake Off, below WRITE Letters Editor Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR e-mail readers@walesonline.
Gnocchi -- the traditional Italian potato pasta -- was decorated with pearls of oil and truffles to create a dish that combines tradition with the innovative touch of molecular gastronomy.
I must have used two chillies on steroids, either that or there was some molecular gastronomy going on that escaped me, but they certainly sparked a riot in my mouth.
But something about the mix of topics and experiences jelled into a delicious melange of molecular gastronomy.
Founded by Jewish-Argentinian chef Tomas Kalika, it serves creative takes on classic foods from global Jewish cuisine: everything from sous-vide gefilte fish wrapped in softened strips of carrot and topped with micro greens and fish roe, to Kalika's take on Jerusalem mixed grillwhich, in a nod to molecular gastronomy, pairs the spiced chicken hearts and livers with hummus foam.
Tucked in a quiet corner of Al Khuwair, Jashn restaurant, known for its fusion food, brings molecular gastronomy to its kitchen.
He laughs: "I'm stepping back from the currently complicated to let the ingredients do the talking; if we really needed all this elaborate molecular gastronomy we'd have starved and shuffled off this mortal coil a long time ago.

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