Feb 21, 2011
‘The Past and Future of Food and Experimentation’
Following the success of their first Talk featuring jellymongers and spectacular event creators Bompas & Parr, the Experimental Food Society returns to whet your appetite with their next ‘The Past and Future of Food and Experimentation’, starring Food Historian Professor Roland Rotherham, Master Chef and Butter Sculptor Simon Smith and Food Futurologist Dr Morgaine Gaye. Taking place on Tuesday 29th March (6.30pm-9.30pm) the Talk is part of the V&A Connects series.
A culinary journey given by experts in their field, the Talk will take guests through the most pioneering and experimental movements in culinary history, demonstrating how they have shaped the present and offering a taste of what the future holds. From early man’s exploration of foods and the ancient world’s earliest epicureans through to the unique ways in which we will experience and consume food in the future, the Talk, which is accompanied by demonstrations and tastings is a look at the culinary worlds most exciting developments.
Tickets can be purchased (£8.00/£6.00 concessions) from the V&A (Phone: 020 7942 2211 or click here) and include two complimentary glasses of wine which will be served post Talk accompanied by cake canapés created specially for the occasion by POP Bakery and food themed DJ sets by the Broken Hearts.
The series of talks are an ongoing feature of the Experimental Food Society’s events calendar and accompany an online members directory (see here) and annual Spectacular.