Sometimes I hanker for sci-fi food – which, I admit, doesn’t make any kind of sense. I want something so strange, peculiar and out there, that it just couldn’t come from our planet or time! However, searching for sci-fi food will get you half a million results for gagh, scores of cocktail recipes for pan galactic gargle blasters, and a handful of very well thought out methods for making problematic ice planet desserts. All well and good – but not alien enough for me – I don’t want the food of an existing franchise, but something odd in and of itself.
Tag Archive: molecular gastronomy
How excited am I allowed to be about this, without getting sectioned? Ah, who cares. The video above shows the operation of a computer controlled bioreactor and integrated vending machine for spirulina – a form of blue-green algae and all round science celebrity!
This quiet, peaceful, unassuming video shows a sweetie or candy kit available in Japan, called Popin’ Cookin’ Sushi Candy. It comes with a mixing tray, pipettes, mixers, shovels, slotted spoons, and several little foil packets containing the ingredients. Two things impressed me greatly…