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Molecular Gastronomy

  1. Interview
    Paul Liebrandt on Fine Dining and Corton, the Greatness of Mission Chinese Food,The 36-year-old chef opens up about his new project (a little) and talks about his time on the line when he was a “young man.”
  2. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Stefan Richter Shares His Newfound HateCurrently, the Top Chef scoundrel despises food trucks and molecular gastronomy, and would rather eat in New York anyway.
  3. La Technique
    Don’t Expect Any Modernist Cooking at North End GrillChef Floyd Cardoz is no fan of so-called “molecular” techniques.
  4. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Marcel Vigneron Responds to Anthony Bourdain’s DisThe ‘Top Chef’ says he never claimed to be Dufresne or Achatz.
  5. Openings
    Yes, Virginia, There Is Molecular Gastronomy in JerseyOr there will be when Adara opens in Montclair October 12.
  6. Food Journalism
    Why Is Everyone So Down on the Term ‘Molecular Gastronomy’?If ‘Modernist Cuisine’ gives us anything, it’s a new way to describe science-forward food.
  7. Beef
    Jose Andres Scolds Gold For His LanguageCould a contentious past be beneath the Spanish chef’s sensitivities?
  8. TV Land
    Andrew Kirschner Predicts The End of The Food Truck Trend“I have great respect for those who do molecular gastronomy but I don’;t think it has legs,” says the Wilshire chef.
  9. Openings
    What Sara Jenkins Will and Won’t Be Serving at PorsenaDon’t expect seasonal, painstakingly authentic Italian cuisine.
  10. What to Drink
    Shocktails: Snow-Cube Margarita and Liquid-Nitrogen PainkillerFerran Adrià and Grant Achatz have fun with cocktails.
  11. Locavorism
    Foam Fan Wylie Dufresne: ‘Farm-to-Table’ Is ‘Smoke andSays the molecular gastronomist: “My food comes from a farm and I serve it on a table.”
  12. Mediavore
    Matrice Richardson Found Dead in Malibu Canyon; Ben & Jerry’s All-Natural ClaimsThe honor student’s tragedy began when staff at Geoffrey’s restaurant had her arrested.
  13. Bookshelf
    Modernist Cuisine, Nathan Myhrvold’s 2,200-Page Cookbook, IsDo you have room on your bookshelf for the most comprehensive collection of science-based culinary techniques ever?
  14. Mediavore
    Robuchon Wants to Put Molecular Gastronomy In Its Place; Pedro Guerrero ImprovesA famous French chef makes his priorities clear, while a famous former Dodger swears he’s off the “junk.”
  15. Video Feed
    Reichl Preps Anderson Cooper for The BazaarAnderson Cooper tours Jose Andres’ L.A. restaurant.
  16. Personalities
    Ferran Adrià and Dan Barber Will Teach ‘Culinary Physics’ atJosé Andrés will also instruct scientists in the wonders of foam.
  17. Slideshow
    First Look at Lizarran, Bringing Spanish Dim Sum to SohoWaiters try to tempt you with a rotating array of 200 pinxtos.
  18. Mediavore
    What President Obama Shouldn’t Be Eating; Laurent Tourondel Splits with BLTPie and burgers are giving the President high cholesterol and a famous chef goes his own way.
  19. Openings
    Spanish Explorer Jesús Nuñez Docks on Upper West SideShark carpaccio, anyone?
  20. Quote of the Day
    In Defense of Molecular GastronomyWylie Dufresne speaks out.
  21. Trends
    Is Molecular Gastronomy Here to Stay?With El Bulli about to take a hiatus, chefs reflect on the state of scientific cuisine.
  22. Openings
    Ferran Adrià Protégé Plans a ‘Sensory Space’ andMolecular gastronomy, ho!
  23. Mediavore
    Tiger Woods Loses His Focus; Man Arrested for Stealing LeftoversTiger Woods sees his Gatorade product dropped, while a hungry, hungry man gets arrested.
  24. Mediavore
    McCormick Place Called Out for Gouging; A School for Molecular GastronomyPlus: Gatorade ends its relationship with Tiger Woods, and Chex’s best months, all in our morning news roundup.
  25. Mediavore
    Ladies Love Rocco’s Cake; Molecular-Gastronomy School Coming to SpainPlus: Gatorade kills Tiger drink, and a drug ring/karaoke bar in Flushing, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Mediavore
    Mass. Hangs a Fine on Ruby Tuesday; Newton’s Panera ConcernsPlus: the world’s first school of molecular gastronomy, and the discontinuation of Tiger Focus, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. What to Eat
    Cary Taylor’s Deconstructed Thanksgiving HomageA molecular gastronomy take on thanksgiving, courtesy of Chaise Lounge and some ammonium alginate.
  28. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Chef Jose Andres Sets The Table for Brunch at The BazaarChef Jose Andres visited The Bazaar to celebrate a birthday, brunch, and big changes.
  29. Trends
    Chang and Others Name the Decade’s Worst Food TrendsThe list ranges from the Awesome Blossom to molecular gastronomy.
  30. Beef
    John des Rosiers Blames ‘Journalists’ For The Unfortunate Rise Of MolecularThe Inovasi chef doesn’t like science in the kitchen, and it’s our fault.
  31. Mediavore
    Revolution Rock Bar Owner Indicted; Yelp Confused About City LimitsPlus: the dangers of molecular gastronomy, and a bagel shande from American Girl, all in our morning news roundup.
  32. Mediavore
    La Pinata Stabbing; Dangerous Molecular Gastronomy
  33. Mediavore
    Another Obama Deli; The Dangers of Molecular GastronomyPlus: how sidewalk coffee vendors get their cups, and a bagel shande from American Girl, all in our morning news roundup.
  34. Mediavore
    Mediavore: Frango Mint Production Comes HomePlus: liquid nitrogen injures a chef; the American Girl doll with the gastronomically inaccurate bagel.
  35. Trends
    Is Simple Food Killing Molecular Gastronomy?The latest crop of restaurants offer straightforward, honest cooking. Is the age of Alinea over?
  36. Molecular Gastronomy
    Bacon Explosion (Literally)See the “bacon death lance” in action.
  37. Beef
    Achatz vs. Coke-licchioLooks like Grant Achatz might just have taken Tom Colicchio’s Diet Coke ad personally.
  38. Foodievents
    Benno Keeps It RealThe Per Se chef does not approve of molecular gastronomy.
  39. Going for Goldfarb
    On the Matter of Will Goldfarb’s Whereabouts (WillAbouts?)…The molecular gastronomist is working on a new project.
  40. Gastro Gods
    He’s Still Ferran From the BlockFerran Adrià keeps it real with his love of potato omelette.
  41. Molecular Gastronomy
    Ferran Adrià Freaks Out 4-Year-OldYou can now try molecular gastronomy at home — but with your 4-year-old?
  42. Slideshow
    ‘A Day at elBulli’: An Exclusive Slideshow and ExcerptWith his upcoming events sold out, this may be your only chance to get into the mind of Ferran Adrià.
  43. Mediavore
    Food Prices to Rise Through 2009; Grill Exotic Meats at HomeHydrox cookies go on sale today, Wylie Dufresne’s bagel-flavored ice cream, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  44. Mediavore
    Sara Lee Suffers; Soft-serve, Fro-Yo Battle for DominancePlus haute dishes inspired by junk food, McDonald’s makes money off the weak economy, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  45. NewsFeed
    Liebrandt, Nieporent to Open CortonThe secret, such as it is, is out.
  46. Engines of Gastronomy
    Tailor’s Liquid-Nitrogen Dispenser Is Very, Very ColdSo cold that it freezes before the food knows what’s happening.
  47. Mediavore
    More Meat-Plant Trouble; Marco Pierre White Can Live Without the MoleculesPlus: Gordon Ramsay speaks French, Arianna Huffington longs for food in Venice, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  48. NewsFeed
    George Mendes Finally Finds a Space for His Solo RestaurantGeorge Mendes will open his new eater on 17th Street, near Fifth Avenue.
  49. NewsFeed
    Two Spanish Chefs Drop Into Mercat for a WeekChefs from El Bulli and Can Fabes will cook at Mercat.
  50. Mediavore
    Bye-bye, Bottled Water; Cheyenne Diner ClosedBottled water is becoming a faux pas, Cindy Adams takes the stand in the Patsy’s-vs.-Patsy’s trial, and the patrons of the Cheyenne Diner have one last meal there.
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