cooking in the classroom
As host of Food Network’s Good Eats, Alton Brown doesn’t just show viewers how to cook their meals—he shows them how their meals cook. From boiling
water to baking a cake, Brown explains the combinations and reactions that transform separate ingredients into a meal, making science accessible by making it relevant. Here, he talks about bringing the technique into the science classroom to put concepts in a context that students can relate to.
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