What's a Design District exhibition space got to do with liquid nitrogen aided cooking?
Everybody has to eat; especially starving artists, moreso ones with money. Food is universal.
Last night, Chef Jeff McInnis from the DiLido Beach Club at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach held a cooking demo and Q&A at Locust Projects (155 NE 38 Street, Miami).
Locust Projects director Chana Sheldon said, "It's part of our series inviting professionals from different disciplines to share their skills.
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He talked about some dishes, everyone got to taste the liquid nitrogen creations he made, there were about 45 people, it was a success."
Short Order didn't make it to Locust until the event was over and everybody was cleaning up, but Chef McInnis said, "It was good. It was a lot of fun."
Here are some more pics from the event, courtesy of Locust Projects.