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Hollandaise—that bright, velvety concoction of egg yolks, butter, and lemon juice—has a reputation for being difficult to make. In part, that’s because the delicate proteins in egg and butter can unwind and lose their ability to emulsify if overheated, causing your sauce to break and become oily and thin. 317 more words


How to Make a Soy Lecithin Foam

One of the most popular methods in molecular gastronomy is the creation of foams. While they are associated with modernist cuisine, foams have been used for centuries and range from meringues and whip cream to bread and quiche. 589 more words


Soy Foam

A good place to get started with molecular cooking is by using foams. Many foams are easy to make and they add great flavor and texture to a dish. 205 more words


Nike Air Foamposite Pro "AQUA" - Release Date

The Foamposite Pro get an Aqua makeover with this new colorway. The dark obsidian upper lays over a translucent aqua sole giving it a nice touch.

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Nike Air Foamposite Pro - Dark Obsidian

Via Sneakernews.com

The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Dark Obsidian” will be arriving at retailers on February 6th, 2015. The bold Swoosh-branded Foamposite model has been busy as of late, but nearly all of the colorways to arrive have been of a brand new nature. 89 more words


Nike Air Foamposite One

“Goldposites are coming sooner than expected. The metallic sheen has always given us some of the more preferable mock ups of the head-turning Nike basketball silhouette, from the classic Copper and Royal Blue all the way to this new aged premium metal palette. 99 more words


Foaminess-ness No.9

My efforts at more colourful bubbles! 


A scientific aside: In the first picture, note the “globules” on the bubble surface, these are the result of the adsorption process of the Fairy dishwashing liquid, i.e. 79 more words