ScienceXCooking Videos: A collaboration between Harvard and Young Chefs Program

Its been a long time coming, but our SCIENCExCOOKING videos are finally out! A collaboration between Young Chefs Program: From Cooking to Science and various entities at Harvard University, these videos capture some of the science in everyday cooking. They demonstrate the beautiful physics and chemistry of food and inspire you to think more deeply about the food you cook, ultimately inspiring you to take your culinary creativity and inspiration to new heights.

This work was a collaboration between Harvard University and Young Chefs Program, funded partly by Harvard MRSEC and by Harvard COOP public service grant.

Have a look!

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dinnertime

scallop, asparagus, enoki

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tempura squid, thai basil

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scup with ginger beer

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chocolate w/ matcha licorice merengue

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black bean noodles with braised salmon belly, 62 degree egg

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dinner 2

steamed countneck, parsley basil gremoulata, caramelized fennel, dry cider

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butternut squash bisque, curry, crab

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salt-baked branzino, juniper rosemary butter

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pannacotta w/maple blood orange reduction, black mission figs, white chocolate

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