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"Molecular Gastronomy" – Nils weighs in

June 5th, 2009 · 12 Comments · Insane

Posted by Nils Norén One of the biggest problems with the term Molecular Gastronomy, apart from it not sounding delicious, is that it does not give a fair picture of someone’s cuisine. For example, when I was the Executive Chef at Aquavit, I used quite a few newer techniques. A lot of the times, when […]

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Molecular Gastronomy is just a long four-letter word

June 1st, 2009 · 32 Comments · Insane

Posted by Dave Arnold “Molecular Gastronomy” is a term promoted far and wide by a French guy named Hervé This.  He is, to say the least, a controversial figure in the world where science meets cooking.  The press has latched onto the term, and it is currently in wide usage. People mainly use the term […]

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