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Design: Mad-Scientist Tableware

Chemistry-inspired serving pieces and other tabletop accessories are bringing molecular gastronomy to the dining room.
Mixology Rack

© Terry Monk

Mixology Rack

Intended for preserving fresh herbs, this rack by Roost looks great on a bar filled with an array of cocktail garnishes. $49; raincollection.com.

Plus: F&W’s Herb Guide

Molecular Mat

© Craig Drummond

Molecular Mat

Chartreuse rubber Hex place mats from Vitamin have coordinating coasters in black. $63 for 6 mats, $27 for 5 coasters; vitaminliving.com.

slideshow F&W’s Home Style Pick of the Week

Droog’s Salad Sunrise XL

© Frances Janisch

Salad Science

Droog’s Salad Sunrise XL is like two cruets in one, operating on the principle that oil floats on top of vinegar. $70; droog.com.

slideshow Amazing Green Salads

Published September 2009
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