MOMA Art You Can Eat, Tomorrow’s Food Hackathon, El Bulli In Your Pantry, and The U Street Taco

Flavorful World’s Friday Fourplay offers up a bite-sized tidbit of info on each of the four food- and drink-related things we found most interesting each week.

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SF MOMA Art You Can Eat
The cooking and presentation of food has long involved some degree of artistry. When performed ably, it speaks to senses beyond our ability to taste, informing and thrilling the nose, heart, and eye.  At the Blue Bottle Coffee Bar atop San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art, a new menu presents the eyes with lots to appreciate. Various examples of modern art are being reproduced as menu items that don’t just loosely resemble said masterworks, but with which great care was taken to duplicate the art as closely as possible in edible form.  Dining there may be the closest you’ll ever come to eating a museum work right off the wall, so, if that devouring museum paintings is on your bucket list (you strange person), now’s your chance.

Via Devour

Photo credit: FoodHackathon.com
Photo credit: FoodHackathon.com

Food Hackathon
On Saturday April 5th, 2013 in San Francisco, California, food-loving designers, developers, and entrepreneurs will  meet, greet, and compete in a premiere event called the Food Hackathon. Aimed at addressing challenges in the food ecosystem on a local, regional and national scale, the 2-day event will bring techies and foodies together for networking and collaboration on ways to improve our food ecosystem.  Tickets to the first Food Hackathon can be yours for $35 per person and can be purchased online here.  Keep up with event goings-on by following @FoodHackathon on Twitter.

Via FoodHackathon.com

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El Bulli in Your Pantry

A new line of molecular gastronomy essentials from Albert y Ferran Adrià is poised to make your kitchen the most acclaimed eatery in your neighborhood.  Head chef of renowned El Bulli restaurant, Ferran Adrià knows a thing or two about transforming food into an experience unlike anything you’ve ever tasted.  The full line of products (cleverly classified into three categories as Texturas, Ingenios, and Lyo-Sabores, dependent upon their respective functions and properties)  can be found at the official website.

Via UrbanDaddy

The U-Street Taco

This video posted to the Washington City Paper website chronicles the creation of the U Street Taco.  Born in Washington, D.C., the formidable bite consists of a chili half smoke from iconic area eatery Ben’s Chili Bowl, wrapped in a jumbo pizza slice from Lorenzo’s Pizza.  Watch as Washington City Paper’s Jon Fischer guides us step by step through getting the most out of the U Street Taco experience.

Via Washington City Paper

*Mention of a product, good, or service in a Friday Fourplay posting should not be interpreted as an endorsement either from Anthony Beal or Flavorful World food and drink blog. Vendors are not notified ahead of time that their products/services will be featured, thus Flavorful World will at the time of posting have had no related interactions with said vendors or any sample of their products/services by which to judge them. As such, we have no idea what these vendors are like to work with, or about the quality of their merchandise and are unqualified to vouch for them as reputable. Our Friday Fourplay lists are posted in the simple spirit of our having come across something that looks and sounds engaging, and thinking that perhaps our readers will think so too; no more, no less. With that in mind, patronize these establishments and vendors at your own risk.
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