A blog on meringue… making Dutch ‘schuimpjes’

After ‘studying’ the ingredients you need to make a meringue, it was time to make some batches. See whether it could make sense out of it. I decided to go with a recipe from a cookbook as a first start, thinking that would be the ‘safest’ option. I chose a Dutch recipe, …

Marshmallow science explained

When I made marshmallows a little while ago I gave you a recipe with some handy tips. However, I didn’t yet get to my favorite pastime, discussing the science behind this great creation! So, are you ready? Here’s marshmallow science explained! When you study the marshmallow recipe you’ll see that …

A blog on meringue… a ‘literature study’ on ingredients

Whenever studying something in science, or wherever else, you’d tend to start with a literature study. This sounds more boring than it is, it starts with browsing the internet, and when it concerns cooking/food, browsing cookbooks, blogs, etc. etc. It’s a great way to learn more about the thing you …

Winter is coming, time for marshmallows!

After I posted my one-pager describing the science behind eggs, I decided it would be time to try several recipes in which eggs play an important role. That way, we can see the science of eggs in real! Since winter time is coming, it’s also starting to be warm chocolate …