No, really, it tasted like cotton candy. Homaro Cantu combines innovative technology, art, and food to boldly take the dinining experience where no one has gone before (apologies to Gene Roddenberry).
Not only did he discuss the various courses available at his Chicago restaurant, Moto, but he also showed up how creating food in two dimensions may also have the capabilities to sate world hunger.
Edit: I’m still so amazed, I published without pointing out that Homaro is a small business owner. If he can come up with an idea like cooking with lasers and liquid nitrogen, then you should have the courage to pursue your dream, no matter how crazy it may sound to others.
Talk about an awesome customer service experence!
(Yea, I intended the pun.-)