Things in slow motion look pretty cool. Things that have been frozen in liquid nitrogen and then filmed breaking apart in slow motion look even cooler. Here we have a beautiful clip of nitro-frozen raspberries being dashed apart. The nature of the clip is purely instructional, but is stunning to watch.
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Here is an info video brought to you by buzz feed that highlights the some of the large corporate owners of some seemingly small scale, feel good brands.
I came across this video on Youtube. Its from the U.S. National Archive and was produced in 1945. The butchery skills are amazing as is the music and the narration. Note the caliber of the cow at the begingin of the video and the color and marbling of the meat. This movie was made before …
This is a very interesting clip on the design and making of a chocolate grizzly bear by the Barcelona Pastry Guild School for the World Chocolate Masters competition this year. Enjoy!
The good people at Terressentia have come up with a way of using science to make booze taste better by removing impurities left over from the distillation process. In short, with typical distillation, there are lesser alcohols that are formed that leave a harsh taste in the mouth and contribute to hangovers. By using their patentend process, Terressentia can …
Behold The Gutmaster 8000! This a machine designed to eviscerate, decapitate and clean salmon. So, just how effective is this slice and dice contraption? It can fully process a salmon in less then two seconds, averaging out at about 30 salmon a min. The salmon get fed into a conveyor system where various blades make …
Its the new year and while everyone struggles to get back into the swing of things, we here at notesonameal.com would like to put a smile on your face.
This is a great video I found while wandering around youtube. It has some sassy language so I wouldn’t blare it at work. Mac Lethal, spits some mad rhymes while flipping flapjacks. Tight lyrics and perfect pancakes; a win both ways. Enjoy. You can find more Mac Leathal at facebook.com/maclethal.
Just when you though it was safe to have faith in human nature. Not much I can say about this one. People are amazing.
He is the Grand daddy of molecular gastronomy and a pioneer in understanding how food works. He is, also, a little nuts. Here is a wonderful little clip I found on YouTube. Thanks to coolhunting for this great video