david at vastrepast.com
Wed Jan 20 17:35:27 PST 2010
You forgot two of my favorites!
F12 in Stockholm and The Fat Duck in the London area.
Yes I love it. Yes I think it is food. Yes I incorporate it into my dinner
parties. Hate me if you want to I LOVE ALL FOOD!
Eduardo, who when not thinking Martino is usually thinking Adria!
On 1/20/10 4:42 PM, "Johnna Holloway" <johnnae at mac.com> wrote:
> Names to look for would be
> Ferran Adria of El Bulli which is in Spain (Bourdain did a program on
> Wikipedia sums it up as
> "Most of the recipes included are complex and require many out-of-the
> ordinary kitchen appliances, such as a Pacojet, freeze-dryer, liquid
> nitrogen tank, candyfloss machine and Perspex molds."
> In the US
> Grant Achatz of Chicago's Alinea,
> Wylie Dufresne who is at NYC's WD-50,
> and Jose Andres of Minibar in DC's Cafe Atlantico.
> It shows up every once in awhile on Top Chef and on programs on the
> Food Network.
> The Times Literary Supplement just did this article.
> January 15, 2010
> Food for thought Molecular gastronomy and the artist by Paul Levy
> On Jan 20, 2010, at 4:21 PM, Susan Lin wrote:
>> Molecular Gastronomy. Wylie Dufresne is famous for it. Marcel is
>> only a wanna be.
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