Yesterday, foodies and culinary buffs alike spent their Sunday morning worshipping the artistry and capabilities of the rotovap, the centrifuge and the vacuum at Dave and Nils’ Star Chefs Workshop.Â
In lieu of coffee they started the audience off with a shot of Beef and Heirloom Tomato Vodka thatÂ Dave distilled the day before.Â NilsÂ searedÂ Â Tuna Sinew that had been vacuumed in soy, mirin and yuzu, and served with kosho and shiso leaves.
TheirÂ next dish was sous videÂ Kombu-wrapedÂ duck breast served with Sliced Kombu on Frisee Salad, Rotovapped Port Reduction, and Fried Eggplant (in breakcrumbs).
They used a centrifuge to extractÂ pistachio paste and oil for aÂ Pistachio Sorbet that was served with corn that had beenÂ rehydrated in clarified orange juice, and a butter-seared fig.
The workshop was bookended with their final cocktailÂ – a Yuzu Gin and Tonic.
If you missed yesterday’s workshop, there is still space at tomorrow’s demo High-Tech Delicious on the Main Stage at 5:30pm!
4 thoughts on “Star Chef's Workshop”
You vid on star chefs home page is great!
Thats a shame that I couldnt make it!!! I wish i was there but being so far away from the rest of the world(New Zealand) makes things a lot harder.
Great work guys hope you will be in madrid next year for the madrid fusion 2010!
wish I could’ve been there…
Getting very molecular in here
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