Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine

Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine

Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine

In view of the famous Harvard University and edX course, Science and Cooking investigates the logical premise of why plans work.

The marvelous culinary manifestations of present day cooking are the stuff of endless articles and web-based media takes care of. Yet, to a researcher they are likewise ideal educational investigations into the essential logical standards of cooking. In Science and Cooking, Harvard educators Michael Brenner, Pia Sörensen, and David Weitz carry the homeroom to your kitchen to show the material science and science fundamental each formula.

For what reason do we massage bread? What decides the temperature at which we cook a steak, or the measure of time our chocolate chip treats spend in the broiler? Science and Cooking addresses these inquiries and more through involved analyses and plans from famous culinary specialists, for example, Christina Tosi, Joanne Chang, and Wylie Dufresne, all perfectly delineated in full tone. With drawing in presentations from progressive culinary experts and colleagues Ferran Adria and José Andrés, Science and Cooking will change the manner in which you approach both subjects―in your kitchen and past.

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About the Author
Michael Brenner is a professor of applied mathematics and physics at Harvard University. He cofounded the undergraduate class Science and Cooking in 2010. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Pia Sörensen is a teaching professor of chemical engineering and applied materials at Harvard University. She cofounded the undergraduate class Science and Cooking in 2010. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

David Weitz is a professor of physics and applied physics at Harvard University. He cofounded the undergraduate class Science and Cooking in 2010. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Well explained and good material. Requires some knowledge of science and cooking to understand it better. Recommended for all the curious cooks --Heinz

If you like to know the science behind food but can’t work up the courage to read Harold McGee, then this book is perfect for you. Clear and accessible explanations with pictures and recipes. You can do worse in any other science class. --Ming C. 

One of the best book to explain cooking --Ana Guzman 

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