Harvard Lecture Series

In 2010 Harvard University began offering a series of lectures given by various experts, professors, writers, scientists, and well-known chefs.  Heavy on “modern cuisine” the series covers topics in the context of food science, and I find it terrifically interesting.  The lectures are typically an hour or more in length, and are easier to watch if you have your computer connected to a TV, or other method of displaying YouTube on a large screen.

Modern Cuisine or “Molecular Gastronomy” is not really that new, merely rediscovered by a new breed of chefs that are interested in learning how this art that we’ve been practicing for so long really works.  Some really good stuff is coming from it all.

I hope you find these lectures as interesting as I have!

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