Gianna Piatt, Gavin McGee, Gavin Kolder, and Alexandra DiCicco celebrate physics, chemistry, and biology of cooking! Their yearlong fellowship has included two films and a canceled field trip as the coronavirus sent us home to finish several editing projects. The MG KIDS learn chemistry and have fun cooking up Molecular […]
NEW MG KIDS VIDEO! Let’s talk about all that butter and shortening in the holiday cookies. But instead of calories, let’s talk science! The MG Kids are back to teach you all about the science of baking,this time we have an exciting video about shortening!Find out more about their project […]
The MG Kids made Fruit Spaghetti at the Baden Academy Harvest Festival. Now it’s your turn. Follow the recipe and try to become a molecular gastronomist at home. The MG KIDS learn chemistry and have fun cooking up Molecular Gastronomy recipes. Their advice… PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD! Visit their website […]
Four years ago, two third graders walked into the Media Lab applying to be research fellows. They wanted to write a cookbook. As Anthony tells it, “Dr. Ellen pointed us toward molecular gastronomy – you know, using physics and chemistry to make food even more amazing. and biology of food. […]
The MG (Molecular Gastronomy) Kids were busy with two different field trips this week! The 6th grade boys traveled to Beaver to learn all about Panna Cotta and the science of milk products with Chef Jason at Biba. The 3rd grade girls traveled to Geneva College to learn about the […]
MG(molecular gastronomy) kids begin to make this amazing treat with liquid nitrogen but are stopped with a warning for everyone about the complications of dragon’s breath, a frozen treat made with at some local fairs and malls.
The Molecular Gastronomy Kids help us learn about surfactants like soy lethican and methylcellulose as they make chocolate foam. What fun! Visit lunchwithchemistry.weebly.com for more information about the MG Boys and Molecular Gastronomy.