Crafted by designer Matilda Sundén Ringnér , this carafe take a sunny side approach to a pour. Deemed the “Rainman”, the carafe features a spout that has been replaced by eight small holes that allow wine to fall like rain drops into a glass. More
An interesting study in cinematography gives a delightful fun view of food created by the sibling team of Matthew and Erik Huber.
It is hard to not to get mesmerized the both the science and beauty that is molecular gastronomy. You can begin by being taken its notable practitioners, Ferran Adria, Michel Bras, José Andrés and their other compatriots by both the simultaneous complexity and simplicity of their dishes. When attempting on these techniques yourself, it is an even deeper fascination you experience.
Molecular Gastronomy, the collective bridge between science and culinary arts garnishes most plates around world but the techniques behind the term remain a mystery to the average culinary amateur. Montreal based, Molecule-R brings the basics of these techniques together in one sleek comprehensive kit in the Cuisine R-evolution.
Captivated by the graphic strides made by Information is Beautiful, only makes stumbling across Foodpairing, a digital inspiration guide for flavor combinations, even more exciting. It’s hard to pass by an application that will not only cue your design sensibilities but will help to hone in your taste buds as well. More
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore —
While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,
As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.
“‘Tis macaronage,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door —
Only this and nothing more.
- inspired by Edgar Allan Poe
At the entry of most haunted houses, there is a warning at the door “Enter if you dare,” when it comes to macaronage, the mantra is the rings the same: “Attempt if you dare.” Why is it that this small treat, puts fear in the heart of most bakers and would be confectioners? More
At first glance, you may look at Château d’Estoublon and think it may be a new fragrance for you to try. It is of sorts, however, it is more of the virgin olive oil variety that you can also taste. In addition to an unorthodox approach to olive oils, the estate of Château d’Estoublon has a deep history that is full of historical drama and intrigue. It will most likely have your head spinning faster than you can say Vaux-le-Vicomte. More
The word Pamplemousse is an interesting one. French for “grapefruit” has an interesting etymology. Apparently the word is a derivation of the Dutch term “pomplemoes” which means “gros citron” or big lemon. More