Natalee Dee deems it so.
So, what are we moving onto? I like Malcom’s proposal of Eclairs.
“With a format like the current one it is impossible to keep creating,” Mr. Adrià, 47, told reporters at the gastronomic fair Madrid Fusion. “In 2014, we will serve food somehow. I don’t know if it will be for one guest or 1,000.”
Does this signal an end to “Molecular Gastronomy”—though, I felt it’s popularity was waning over the past two year–or is he just pushing the restart button?
Either way, it gives me exactly four years to save up and get a passport.
The NRA–not the one with Charlton Heston–has put out it’s “Trends of 2010” for the upcoming year in dining out.
Their top 10 is all too familiar for the Portland area as it seems heavily weighted in favor of “Local” and “Sustainable.”