He’s probably one of the most famous — or at least the most famous roving — chef in the world. And this week, Anthony Bourdain made a brief stop in Seattle to have lunch with Nathan Myhrvold at his Modernist Cuisine Cooking Lab.
The following day, the host of CNN’s Parts Unknown and his foodie friends had what sounds like an impressive meal at the Modernist Lab with the former Microsoft CTO and co-founder of Intellectual Ventures Nathan Myhrvold.
Myhrvold is a certified food geek, using technology to concoct wild creations in the kitchen.
From Seattle Eater:
“Bourdain had a light (14-course) lunch yesterday at Nathan Myhrvold’s Modernist Cuisine Cooking Lab, along with Ray and Christian Walker of Maison Ilan, Armandino Batali and Gina Batali of Salumi, Scott Heimendinger of Sansaire, Eric Johnson of Stateside, Zoi Antonitsas of Westward and Little Gull, Charles Smith of Charles Smith Wines, and Dezi Bonow of The Carlile Room.”
We’d love to have been privy to that dining show. Myhrvold is known for his tech-inspired culinary creations and his massive tome to the art and science of cooking, “a six-volume, 2,400-page, 40-pound epic called Modernist Cuisine.” Here’s hoping someone gets a hold of that tasting menu and puts it online soon.
Bourdain also dropped by Ethan Stowell’s Goldfinch Tavern at Four Seasons but “it was unclear yet if that was early dinner or just a stopover.”
— Four Seasons Seattle (@FSSeattle) July 28, 2015
According to Facebook, he also had some Serious Pie after his event Monday evening, too:
You can follow the rest of Bourdain’s eating tour around North America via Facebook. And check out more mad scientist-like creations from Myhrvold’s Modernist Cuisine Lab below: