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Delicious Science: Watch and Learn

By Joel Kahn | October 22, 2012

Marcus, Maxime and students from The Children’s Storefront School

When about 20 students from The Children’s Storefront arrived at Ginny’s Supper Club, they probably didn’t expect a field trip quite like this.

In conjunction with Ginny’s Future of Taste event (featuring Maxime Bilet of Modernist Cuisine), the students got a window into the world of science and cooking, and now that experience is presented in a video, for all to enjoy. With a few simple ingredients (and few not-so-simple ones), Chef Maxime shows how to carbonate grapes, make mac + cheese with virtually any dairy delight, and instantly freeze apple pie ice cream. Check out the video above, and take a look at some of the other things we’ve had to say about the marriage of chemistry and gastronomy.

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