With just a few simple ingredients, you can make your salads look fancy AF.

Balsamic Vinegar Pearls

Making your own 'caviar' for sushi - could do awesome fruit cavier (mango, for example). Conduct some molecular gastronomy right in your kitchen.

You Can Turn Any Liquid Into Luxurious "Caviar" Spheres

Black Pepper infused Spicy Margarita Spheres made using Molecular Gastronomy! These mini shots are sure to make any party a success! Delicious Margarita shots with a spicy kick, really wakes up all of your senses.Make sure you make plenty, as you will want to have alot! Can also be served in shot glasses (without Reverse Spherification)

Black Pepper infused Spicy Margarita Spheres made using Molecular Gastronomy! These mini shots are sure to make any party a success! Delicious Margarita shots with a spicy kick, really wakes up all of your senses.

This chip is stunning. It's see-through like no other food. It has the distinct crunch and flavor of a potato chip, but in an unexpected space-age form. This is molecular gastronomy brought home. It involves potato stock, potato starch, and a slow-dried gel.

Glass Potato Chips

This chip is stunning. It's see-through like no other food. It has the distinct crunch and flavor of a potato chip, but in an unexpected space-age form. This is molecular gastronomy brought home. It involves potato stock, potato starch, and a slow-dried g

Carrot Ginger Caviar

10 Easy Molecular Gastronomy Recipes

How to perform molecular gastronomy at home.  Create your own food lab!

How to perform molecular gastronomy at home

How to perform molecular gastronomy at home. Create your own food lab!

Molecular Gastronomy - Strawberry Foam

Molecular Gastronomy - Strawberry Foam

Your kids are going to be amazed at this simple molecular gastronomy kitchen experiment that allows them to eat water instead of drink it. | YMCFood | YummyMummyClub.ca

Kid's Kitchen Fun: Edible Water & Juice Balloons!

Your kids are going to be amazed at this simple molecular gastronomy kitchen experiment that allows them to eat water instead of drink it.

Gelatin with water, thinly slice radishes.   Thank you for the idea.  It's now on my list!

Cooking with Wylie Dufresne at Harvard (sheet of radish: gelatin, water, thinly sliced radish)

White Chocolate and Coconut Panna Cotta with Hibiscus Syrup Pearls. Hibiscus pearls made using Reverse Spherification, but can be served without spherification as well. Sweet, creamy perfectly "jiggly" panna cotta with delicious sweet, citrusy hibiscus with hints of raspberry!

White Chocolate and Coconut Panna Cotta with Hibiscus Syrup Pearls. Hibiscus pearls made using Reverse Spherification, but can be served without spherification as well. Sweet, creamy perfectly "jiggly(Chocolate Cake With Pudding)

Disappearing Transparent Raviolis - transparent and ultra thin “pasta” dissolves in the mouth instantly releasing the contents of the ravioli. Learn more at http://www.molecularrecipes.com/techniques/disappearing-transparent-raviolis/

Disappearing Transparent Ravioli

Disappearing Transparent Raviolis - transparent and ultra thin “pasta” dissolves in the mouth instantly releasing the contents of the ravioli

Agar Agar Infographic Pinnable

All you need to know about Agar Agar

Balsamic caviar is a simple technique from molecular gastronomy but without the weird chemicals and totally vegan-friendly. Use your caviar to give an elegant touch to any dish - great on bruschetta, gazpacho or salads.

Gazpacho with Balsamic Caviar

Gazpacho with balsamic caviar. Balsamic caviar is easy and looks cool on any dish. Serve these individual portions at your next party and impress your guests!

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