molecular gastronomy


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molecular gastronomy

the application of scientific principles to the understanding and development of food preparation

molecular gastronomy

n
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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I see all these youngsters do molecular gastronomy now.
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Discover how molecular gastronomy meets modern confectionery in a two-day training course this week to be given by top Spanish confectioner Jordi Puigvert.
Trained in many cuisines from Spanish Tapas to Molecular Gastronomy, Michael brings an eclectic, whimsical character to Ike & Oak's culinary offerings.
Molecular gastronomy will be an integral part of the menu, and will also offer a signature twelve-course degustation menu.
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They also did some food testing including learning about molecular gastronomy and the chemistry involved in producing different fruit and milk and chocolate products as well as having a chance to taste the end products.

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