Alton Brown, author and host of the cable television shows “Good Eats” and “Iron Chef America”, told the American Culinary Federation national convention that he fears molecular gastronomy may corrupt cooking education. Brown was the featured speaker Sunday as about 1,200 chefs and culinary professionals gathered for the national ACF convention in Grapevine, Texas. “My worry about molecular gastronomy, especially with young cooks, is that they will try to use it ...
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