[Sca-cooks] masquerading food
susanrlin at gmail.com
Thu Jun 17 06:50:52 PDT 2010
My husband has been playing with molecular gastronomy this past year - it
definately can masquerade. You do need some specialized equipment or
products but he's having fun.
On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 2:15 AM, Mark S. Harris
<MarkSHarris at austin.rr.com>wrote:
> Eduardo commented:
> <<< My big push outside of 15th and 16th Century Italian cooking is cooking
> my family that adheres to the zone principals and our BIG NEW YEARS PARTY.
> This year is our 11th. It is for 60 people. Sit down. Usually between 9 and
> 11 courses. >>>
> Wow. Do you rent a hall for this? If not, where do you find the room to
> seat that many people?
> <<< Any fun suggestions for food that masquerades? The definition of
> is wide open at this point. >>>
> Sounds like illusion foods.
> ill-fd-feast-art (10K) 12/ 8/97 A feast consisting of illusion foods.
> illusion-fds-msg (142K) 11/ 7/04 Medieval illusion foods. Disguised food.
> Warners-art (32K) 6/29/98 An article on disguised food. by Alizaunde,
> Demoiselle de Bregeuf.
> Mark S. Harris
> Electronics Engineer, Board and Systems Design
> MarkSHarris at austin.rr.com
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