Written by Jelle Steenbergen on Wednesday 5 July 2017
Professor Peter Klosse’s theory of flavor describes how a dish can reach the pinnacle of flavor.
For a dish to be the best it can possibly be two things are required: deliciousness, All which is about the products themelves and the combination of six factors for culinary success, and liking, All which is about the personal preferences of people tasting the dish.
Deliciousness is the composition or flavor. It is a beautiful, harmonious combination. It is art and the ultimate balance of six distinct factors or culinary success.
Liking is about a person's personal preferences. A dish could be perfectly Objectively According to the six factors or culinary success, but if it is not in line with the personal factors, people will not like it. So for the ultimate flavor experience shouldering the products match the situation and personal likings.
Curious about the six or culinary success factors? Or about the multitude of Circumstances That influence liking? Check out the latest edition of Food Inspiration Magazine: Deliciousness