Where Cooking Meets Science

Where Cooking Meets Science

Experience our local Test Kitchen, available to the community via a joint partnership between A-B Tech and BioNetwork. Participants will delve into the science, equipment and techniques that provide molecular gastronomy options for taste enhancement and cuisine presentation. Enjoy hands-on experimentation with sous vide, spherification, carbonation and anti-griddle techniques. In addition to taking home food that you prepare; you will take away advanced skills, inspiration, and ideas that you can implement in your own restaurant or home kitchen. Students must wear long pants and close-toed shoes to class. Food supplies, safety and sanitary gear will be provided in class. Bon appetit!

Audience

Entrepreneurs, Chefs, Restaurateurs and Hobbyists with the desire to explore new and alternative food and beverage formulation, presentation techniques and alternative cooking methods.

Topics Include

  • Molecular Gastronomy
  • Food Safety
  • Sous vide
  • Spherification
  • Carbonation
  • Anti-griddle¬†

Portability

This course must be taught at a BioNetwork location.

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Where Cooking Meets Science

Level: Beginner

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Instructor Pool

Andrew Capps
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