Smack your bowl of noodles right through the center.
This is how it is going to look like.


4 thoughts on “Food cut in half open

  1. No Kathy. But this isn’t a very tough thing to do. If you cut a frozen bowl of noodles it would look very similar or you can cut a bowl in half, place a clear sheet of glass along the cut and put the noodles in it, for similar results. 🙂

    This is the work of Beth Galton

  2. This kind of work was first done by Nathan Myhrvold in his book Modernist Cuisine. http://modernistcuisine.com/

    Not only does it have brilliant cut-in-half images, but it also tells you about the science of cooking. It is most definitely a good read for those who want to really learn about food. It also costs a bomb. You could have a look at one of the ted talks he gave too.

  3. Wow! Thanks for sharing. I love Myhrvold, definitely one of my favorites. The list also includes Ferran Adrià, Harold McGee, Fergus Henderson, Emile Zola and many more …
    Well what Myhrvold has done with food is unthinkable and I don’t know how he does it. But this one I found easy and doable, so shared it. I haven’t seen his talk so will watch it, thanks again.

    Also if you like what Myhrvold does then you would probably also like Adrià, he is the God of molecular gastronomy (makes ice cream right infront of you at El Bulli using liquid nitrogen :D) and Emile Zola is someone who thinks we should enjoy food with all five senses! Their books are outrageously expensive but I’ve read a few pages of Zola’s belly of Paris. Sheer magic!

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