Geeky Science in the Kitchen

September 24, 2010 § Leave a comment

This past summer, I wrote a Science column for the University of Waterloo’s student newspaper, Imprint, entitled “The Edible Hypothesis”.  As the name suggests, the column is all about my main interests in life: namely food, science, and experimentation.  It’s really no surprise, then, that when I recently found out about Jeff Potter’s coming to school to speak about his new book, Cooking for Geeks (O’Reilly 2010), I literally jumped at the chance to meet him.

Nestled somewhere in between the hasty moments where my feet left the ground and when they arrived back on the floor, I had thought to bring a microphone.

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