Liquid Nitrogen Is a Cool New Trend at Events

Liquid Nitrogen Is a Cool New Trend at Events

By Kelsey Ogletree, November 18, 2015

Using liquid nitrogen to craft attention-getting foods is not a new concept, but when done right—and with the proper precautions—it can be a real crowd-pleaser at events. See how these three spots are catching on to the cold:

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