Harvard University's hugely popular food and science lectures are coming back this Fall. The free "Science and Cooking" public lectures are a collaboration between professors, researchers and world-class chefs. Don't live in Boston? You can now stream the lectures online for free!
This year returning chefs Ferran Adriá (El Bulli Foundation), David Chang (Momofuku), José Andrés (Minibar and Jaleo in Washington), Wylie Dufresne (WD-50), Joan Roca and Jordi Roca (El Celler de Can Roca in Catalonia), and White House pastry chefs Bill Yosses and Joanne Chang (Flour Bakery in Boston) are all scheduled to present lectures, according to the LA Times.
If you don't live in Boston or can't hear the lectures in person, you can watch a live stream of the talks airing on Monday nights at 7 p.m. Eastern time. You can also access the videos on iTunes and YouTube.
Curious what the lectures might be like? Watch a 2010 lecture by Ferran Adria here.
Via Fine Dining Lovers
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(Image: Larissa Zhou / Harvard University)