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Roger Van Damme Restaurant Het Gebaar - Antwerpen / by Van Damme, photo © David De Vleeschauwer

Life can be sweet, especially if you live in Antwerp and you swing by restaurant Het Gebaar owned by top-patissier Roger Van Damme.

Just how beautiful is this #starter a perfect way to start your #Wedding with help from a #weddingplanner

Butter poached lobster with seasonal vegetables by chef Uwe Opocensky of restaurant Mandarin Grill + Bar from Hong Kong

Balsamic caviar is a simple technique from molecular gastronomy but without the weird chemicals and totally vegan-friendly. Use your caviar to give an elegant touch to any dish - great on bruschetta, gazpacho or salads.

Gazpacho with Balsamic Caviar

Gazpacho with balsamic caviar. Balsamic caviar is easy and looks cool on any dish. Serve these individual portions at your next party and impress your guests!

Maîtriser le caramel : cuisson et décorations : Les Dômes ...

Maîtriser le caramel : cuisson et décorations

Enjoy Italian flair and an award-winning culinary experience at #Armani Ristorante Dubai #plating #presentation

Enjoy Italian flair and an award-winning culinary experience at Armani Ristorante Dubai

This is an easy, fun way to play with your food! If you have picky kids, you could do some juicing of fruits and veggies and then create these "caviar" jellies out of it. This is a great molecular gastronomy project!

Juicy Spheres Snack - Easy Kitchen Science

This is an easy, fun way to play with your food! If you have picky kids, you could do some juicing of fruits and veggies and then create these "caviar" jellies out of it. This is a great molecular gastronomy project!

Smoked Veal Tatar with Lumpfish Caviar, Horserradish, Spunce and Watercress By Mads Refslund, Denmark

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Fabulous pics at this link! Check out the deep fried fish near the end! Smoked Veal Tatar with Lumpfish Caviar, Horserradish, Spunce and Watercress By Mads Refslund, Denmark

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