Molecular Gastronomy Is the World’s Prettiest Food
Yeah, I want to eat that.
Wikipedia says that molecular gastronomy is basically science + food: Molecular gastronomy is a subdiscipline of food science that seeks to investigate the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients that occur in cooking.
So, if something looks like an egg, it's probably a cookie. Or if something looks like a cookie, it's probably an egg. You see now?
Molecular gastronomy is the fanciest, prettiest, most confusing food that you might not want to eat—but according to TV and books, it’s the best, most innovative, tasty food you’ll ever get your hands on.
It’s pretty hip to be a molecular gastronomy scientist/chef, and there’s no doubt that it’s the prettiest and most interesting looking food around.
Would you eat these bubbles, air, whips, dips that look like they are straight out of Alice in Wonderland?