Food Truck Brownie & Macaron Science

You know that feeling: having only one ticket left at a food festival and deciding what to buy with it? Because of course, you don’t want to have any left-over tickets, but ooh, there’s so much to choose from! It’s exactly what we had at our previous food truck festival. …

Chocolate mousse – stabilizing a foam

Chocolate mousse definitely is one of my favority desserts to eat. It’s a great combination of ‘heavy’ chocolate, with a light foam. Until not too long ago I had never been able to make a good chocolate mousse. They tended to sink in right after I made them, resulting in …

The ideal gas law

Why does popcorn pop, do souffles shrink after baking and does choux pastry rise during baking? These are all questions we’ll be trying to answer by applying the ideal gas law to food. As you probably know if you’ve been on my website before, I love food and science and …

Marshmallows – a peak into a fascinating history

Who doesn’t know marshmallows? Those white fluffy, puffy, gooey, soft pillows of, well, actually, sugar. If you’re feeling like eating some now, go ahead, make some, roast some and return to this post with a big pile of marshmallows next to you! In this post it’s not about making marshmallows, instead, we’ll …