Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Home Culture Watch: This Glassblower Cooks A Whole Fish Using Molten Glass

Watch: This Glassblower Cooks A Whole Fish Using Molten Glass

Just when you thought every cooking technique had been used to cook fish, this insane Instagram video surfaces.

It’s pretty impressive to watch. The video, from foodie Anders Husa, shows Jennie Olofsson from Big Pink glass studio in Gotland pour scorching melted glass (about 2000 degrees F) onto a turbot — a type of flatfish. Writes Husa, “The hot liquid encapsules the fish completely, creating a shell that doesn’t allow any of the juices to escape. After 20 minutes the glass cracks and dinner is ready.”

The finished fish was served at a dinner party in collaboration with Big Pink and Restaurang ROT.

(h/t Foodbeast)

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