AUSTRALIA: A taste of down under with Chef John Placko in 2014Click Here!
Thistletown students get introduced to the science of food in 2014Click Here!
Chef John Placko shares his molecular creation and innovative recipe for Wattleseed Ice Cream in 2014Click Here!
Chef John Placko teaches the joy of cooking with nitrogen in 2014Click Here!
New molecular cuisine restaurant to open at Pearson Airport in 2014Click Here!
Australia meets liquid nitrogen ice cream. The Rush (Shaw Vancouver)Click Here!
Native Australian ingredients with a modern twist. Canada AM/The LoopClick Here!
Australian Modern Cuisine with Tourism Australia & Wine AustraliaClick Here!
Molecular cuisine photography with Sony CanadaClick Here!
CTV Canada AM with Josh Groban-deconstructed mojitoClick Here!
Molecular Gastronomy on innerSPACE @Humber CollegeClick Here!
Australia Day Dinner Series preview on Canada AMClick Here!
Featuring, Nathan Myhrvold @ModernCuisine, Marc Lepine of Atelier, Ottawa and John Placko of Modern Culinary Academy and Powder for Texture..
Food In Canada June 2011See Page 49
Metro News; Unlocking the secrets of molecular gastronomyClick here
Unusual Food PairingsRead it online here!
Modernist Cuisine: Gastronomic Revolution Comes to a Bookstore Near You
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These six volumes are chock-a-block with many short, simple recipes that can be used as building blocks for other recipes. Others are very complicated. Each has been selected to illustrate a culinary principle. In addition, there are what are called “parametric” recipes that allow one to change ingredients and quantities to produce dozens of variations.
Modernist Cuisine Demonstration – Toronto Life OnlineCheck it out at Toronto Life Magazine
Modernist Cuisine Demonstration – Good Food Revolution
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We interviewed [John Placko], not only because he is truly “one of us”, but the man has a better understanding (and LOVE) of technology in the kitchen than ANYONE we have met thus far.
Modernist Cuisine Demonstration – Cookbook StoreWatch on The Cookbook Store
Sydney Restaurant Scene – Foodservice and Hospitality MagazineDownload Here
Toronto Life: A visual tour of El Bulli ImitacióRead on Toronto Life
ODYSSEY – a long, wandering and eventful journeyRead on Canadian Manufacturing
Grabbing ElBulli By The HornsRead on The Star
Noma Restaurant Is The New No. 1Read on The Star
A Culinary Odyssey
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In spring 2011 S. Pellegrino announced the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. I’ve been fortunate enough to dine in seven of the restaurants on this top 10 list and wanted to share my experiences and favourite dishes, as well as review the other three restaurants in the top 10. I’m also excited by how some of the chefs on the list are collaborating with large multi-national food companies and retailers to bring their style of cooking or ideas on food to consumers.