Wednesday, 2 July 2008

The new trends in kitchen science

Palo Alto food writer Harold McGee is best known for decoding the science of everyday cooking. But he also played a supporting role in the development of the "experimental cooking" movement that brought foam, faux caviar and edible paper to the menus of top restaurants around the globe.

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