Modernist Cuisine have teamed up with 3D Systems Culinary in one of their latest food adventures. A spectacular sugar coated brioche version of the Palace of Versailles, befitting of Marie Antoinette herself.
The intricate Palace was created in a number of processes, including, 3D printing of the sugar coated intricate exterior and the baking of a rich gold leaf topped brioche interior, all set on a laser cut acrylic base complete with meringue rose bushes to create a grandiose garden. Head to Modernist Cusine for more details on how this was achieved in The Cooking Lab.
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