Tag: food science

Scrambled Egg Science

Eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients from the sweetest merengues to the creamiest custards, and of course a nice savory and nutritious breakfast! Let’s explore what makes the egg so incredible and useful in the kitchen by going back to basic kitchen chemistry and making some nice fluffy scrambled eggs. View this post […]

All About Onions

Welcome back to another episode of Food Science Friday where we’re talking chemistry in the kitchen during quarantine! Today we are discussing a topic that just makes me so emotional.  In fact, I get so emotional over this vegetable that I’m having to wear my sunglasses indoors, because I couldn’t find my chem lab goggles. […]

Japanese Hokkaido Milk Rolls

So… It’s been almost a year since I’ve posted on food science, but quarantine is bringing out the kitchen chemist in me again, so let’s chat kitchen chemistry for this first episode of Food Science Friday! After all of the questions I received over the weekend on the Japanese Hokkaido milk buns I posted on […]