"Future Food": Moto Chefs Get Their Own Show

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The new television cooking show "Future Food" on Planet Green follows chef Homaro Cantu (right) and pastry chef Ben Roche (left) of Chicago's avant garde restaurant Moto as they run through a series of scientific experiments in what has come to be known as molecular gastronomy. The show is being pitched as a melding of "MYTHBUSTERS meets Willy Wonka," with lots of flash freezing, centrifuges, "meat glue," and a dash of liquid nitrogen. Put on your safety glasses.


 





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Mythbusters meets Willy Wonka? I'm in ;) can't wait to see this show!

 

I like the way they cooked

 

Love them hope the show is good as I imagine.

 

I watched 2 shows today for the first time and it is great. I am in the creative graphic design industry but not a cook. The show meets many of my interest: creativity, environment conservacy, and eating. :)

 

Very professional one ;) They applied technology on cooking, very unique techniques.

 

Its very interesting show because They applied technology on cooking, very unique techniques and i like the way they cooking.thanx for sharing.

 

As a cook I all I have to say is NICE......... you guys ROCK..

 

I think This show meets many of my interest: creativity, environment conservacy, and eating.

 

Love your Blog, thanx for posting.

 

wow! Looking very nice. Can wait any more very exited for the show.

 

MythBusters met Willy Wonka. That's awesome. I love the show. Technology and cooking combined. People behind it surely did a huge brainstorming.

 

I think This show meets many of my interest: creativity, environment conservancy, and eating.

 

Its a great research, no doubt. But this types of researches doesn't give the original result all time. I think they should be more specific about the matter.

 

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