Thanksgiving Culinary Chemistry: Holiday Rebroadcast

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A thanksgiving turkey

Every year a record numbers of people travel across the country to visit their loved ones and enjoy each other’s company surrounded by a cornucopia of home cooked comfort food. However, for those brave enough to bake, broil, roast, grill, and sauté for the masses it can be one of the most stressful times of the year as well.

Join certified food scientist Guy Crosby of Milk Street Kitchen for this special interactive rebroadcast to celebrate Thanksgiving as he shares his practical and scientifically proven recipes for the most challenging holiday staples like turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, and vegetable dishes.

Please note that because this is a rebroadcast of a past recording we will be unable to answer your questions after the presentation, however the slides will be made available on the day of the rebroadcast. We welcome large groups and classrooms to devour the delectable Thanksgiving chemistry!

What You Will Learn:        

  • How to prepare and cook a moist, flavorful turkey in the oven and the chemistry of safely frying your bird
  • How to make fantastic mashed potatoes and delicious gravy and the science behind selecting the correct potatoes depending on the dish
  • What are the best vegetables for the holiday and how to cook them to bring out great flavors
  • Thanksgiving holiday trivia and chemistry fun facts to impress your guests

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Guy Crosby
Milk Street Kitchen

Bill Courtney
Washington University

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