The Masters of Social Gastronomy Meet The Future
Public Assembly (70 N. 6th St., Brooklyn)
Banning pasta in Italy, pre-WW2 molecular gastronomy and high-concept dinner parties: Welcome to The Futurist Cookbook!
Published in 1932 by F.T. Marinetti, it aimed to transform everyday meals from stodgy, sleep-inducing traditions into multi-sensory, scientific experiences appropriate for the modern world.
Join us as we abandon silverware, caress sandpaper, and craftmeat skyscrapers, all in the name of recreating the cuisine of futures past.