Posted by: pkab | 13 March 2008

Foodpairing Mind Map


By: Lisa Agustin
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The Foodpairing web site takes a scientific approach to recipe creation. Diagrams of 250 ingredients show the major flavor components of each using a series of branches where ingredients with shorter distances between them have more in common. By selecting a flavor from each branch of the product diagram, the chef creates new and tasty combinations:

“If I want to reconstruct the basil flavour without using any basil…search for a combination of other food products where one contains linalool (like coriander), one contains estragol (like tarragon), etc…. So I can reconstruct basil by combining coriander, tarragon, cloves, laurel.”

It’s an interesting idea, making innovation in cooking less of a guessing game and more systematic.

Source: Dynamic Diagrams


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