Last week, we showed you a picture of the burger out of Modernist Cuisine, the 2,400-page cookbook by Nathan Myhrvold that catalogs, documents, and illustrates pretty much every savory cooking technique from prehistory to the present, with a particular focus on the Modernist movement of the last couple decades.
Last night, I went to a dinner at the book's research laboratory in Seattle. Let's just say it was pretty freaking awesome.
We'll follow up with a full slideshow of each course later this week, but for now check out the full menu, which included 29 courses paired with 8 drinks. Utter insanity, but delicious.
Here's a slideshow of every course.
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