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Cocktail Science: MIT Researchers and José Andrés Make Edible Drink Garnishes That Swim Like Insects

Drinks Kevin Liu Post a comment

Researchers at MIT have teamed up with chefs and food scientists to create edible cocktail accessories that smash together cutting-edge science with haute cuisine. More

First Look: barmini by José Andrés in Washington DC

Drinks Brian Oh Post a comment

The menu of 100+ cocktails represents a 'journey through the history of cocktails' from classics to the avant garde. The menu ranges from traditional libations like a Manhattan to inventive interpretations like the Cotton Candy Old Fashioned. More

Ask The Pastry Chef: What to Eat at The Patisserie, inside The Bazaar by José Andrés, Los Angeles

Sweets Erin Jackson 1 comment

There's a ton of temptations at the Patisserie inside The Bazaar, José Andrés's tapas spot in Beverly Hills. Luckily, Chef de Cuisine Joshua Whigham has stepped in to give his top five picks for dessert. More

Dinner Tonight: José Andrés's Fried Egg with Chorizo

Nick Kindelsperger 5 comments

It sounds simple—too simple. I mean, do you need a full recipe describing how to fry and egg warm up chorizo? Luckily, José Andrés, in a recipe from Made in Spain, manages to throw in a couple tricks to this seemingly basic dish, helping transform into something beyond a basic dinner. More

José Andrés's Fried Egg with Chorizo

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger Post a comment

It sounds simple—too simple. I mean, do you need a full recipe describing how to fry and egg warm up chorizo? Luckily, José Andrés, in a recipe from Made in Spain, manages to throw in a couple tricks to this seemingly basic dish, helping transform into something beyond a basic dinner. More

Ferran Adrià to Put El Bulli 'Research Laboratory' Recipes Online

Erin Zimmer 3 comments

Ferran Adrià told an audience at Harvard University on Tuesday that he plans to post a daily recipe from the research laboratory that's due to replace his El Bulli restaurant in northeast Spain. According to the Guardian, he said he would be developing a "social networking site of culinary creativity" using the kitchens of El Bulli, which are set to close in the middle of next year. More

What Can a Vegetarian Eat at The Bazaar, Jose Andres' Temple of Molecular Gastronomy?

MichaelNatkin 9 comments

Jose Andres is the legendary Spanish chef behind Cafe Atlantico's Minibar—an exclusive six-seat restaurant within a restaurant serving innovative tasting menus of 26 to 30 dishes each night—and several other restaurants in the Washington, D.C. area, as well as The Bazaar at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. He's known both for impeccable traditional cuisine as well as wildly inventive dishes that incorporate so-called molecular gastronomy. So there was no doubt in my mind that his food is amazing—but how would he feed a pair of vegetarians? More

Dinner Tonight: Omelet with White Beans and Green Onions

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 13 comments

"Something miraculous happens when you mix rich extra-virgin olive oil and white beans." [Photograph: Nick Kindelsperger] This omelet could have turned into a horribly lopsided mess. It cooks only one side and is topped with white beans, which are sautéed... More

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