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Frolic (aka Todd Price)

Accidentally left this comment on an old post you have linked above. Meant to put it here.


I haven't seen the book, never eaten an all-out molecular meal (but I do use Microsoft webmail--piece of shit), so my qualifications in this matter are minimal.

From all I've read, much of this molecular cooking sounds like the "Futurist Cookbook." Perhaps modern is apt, but the proponents don't realize how incredible passé it all is.

I'm sure you've seen the talk on eGullet and elsewhere that says the art of cooking (a debatable concept) was stuck in a classical phase and is just now entering modernism, as if these aesthetic movements are part of an evolutionary process divorced from historic context. What bunk.

--Todd Price

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