Tag: molecular gastronomy

Fun Food

Edible Helium Balloon

Molecular Gastronomy has been responsible for creating some weird dishes: parmesan foam and ketchup caviar comes to mind. This, however, may be one of the most unusual dishes I’ve seen. This edible helium balloon from Chicago-based Alinea Restaurant is made from apple, and I’m assuming is served as a dessert. […]


Molecular Cocktails

‘ Molecular Gastronomy has been catching on, but what about cocktails? This book and kit, sold by Think Geek, will get you set to make foamy drinks, gels and capsules, and even a drink that glows in the dark. Sounds like a great way to liven up the next cocktail […]