Join The Centre for Genomic Gastronomy for a multi-course, sit down experimental dinner, where diners will taste and explore secret recipes and unexpected ingredients.
Some of the questions we may explore include -
- Are secret recipes easy to crack open, or is there a good reason for them to stay hidden?
- What is eaten in the halls of power, and how does that change what gets grown in every country?
- Are the invisibly small amounts of insects that are permitted in packaged foods really a boon to our health?
Drawing on scientific research, hacker culture and recent revelations from leaks, this dinner will expose you to some of the more exciting secrets behind our current food culture.
Images from a previous supper with The Centre for Genomic Gastronomy at Science Gallery Dublin can be found here.