Geraldine DeRuiter

food and travel writer; founder of The Everywhereist blog

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At Bros in Italy, food writer Geraldine DeRuiter was served foam, “frozen air,” and meat-infused molecules. She says the meal has changed her view of fine dining.

Michelin-starred eatery serves worst meal for James Beard Award winner

At Bros in Italy, food writer Geraldine DeRuiter was served foam, “frozen air,” and meat-infused molecules. She says the meal has changed her view of fine dining.

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