From the blog December 20, 2012 Judy

Your 2013 New Year’s Resolution: Try Modernist Cooking

Ready to take on Modernist cooking?

Maybe you received Modernist Cuisine or Modernist Cuisine at Home as a holiday gift, or perhaps you’re just curious about what this whole Modernist cooking movement is. We understand that it can be intimidating either way. That’s why we’re here to help. Join us over the next three months to learn about and test-out recipes from our books.

We invite you to make “trying Modernist cuisine” your 2013 New Year’s resolution.

Each week we will publish recipes, slowly gaining in difficulty, along with articles that explain the underlying science. You’ll learn the following:

We hope you’ll take this trek with us. Make sure to register with and check in with us each week.


  1. Kitoula December 20, 2012 Reply

    My friend and neighbor has been raving about this book.

  2. Rob_D December 28, 2012 Reply

    I asked my wife to get me the home edition of Mod.Cuisine for Christmas. I’m a scientist at DuPont and a pretty damned good classical cook for an amateur. I work at things to find a level of perfection. I just bought some stuff to make may kitchen more like one of my labs. I think I’ll start with some sauces. I wonder if I can improve on James Peterson’s classical French Sauces. This could be fun.

  3. C.Boutin January 1, 2013 Reply

    Finely, it is o.k. to play with our food.
    Great job.

  4. Christopher D January 2, 2013 Reply

    Just waiting on my Polyscience immersion circulator or arrive! It’s a great “to me – from me” Xmas gift and now I’m ready to dig into the modernist cooking.

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