The Hungry Scientist Handbook
Hungry in the lab?
- DIY technology for the kitchen.
- Delicious, scientific noms.
- 20 projects including edible underwear.
So there we were working in the lab late one night, when suddenly we heard a terrible growl. Was it our equipment? Was it a rival scientist ready to attack? Had the monster finally come to life? Nope. It was Doctor Hans' stomach - it was hungry and demanding to be fed. It's a good thing we're all geniuses - but it's even better that we're smart enough to have a copy of The Hungry Scientist Handbook. With it, we were able to whip up some amazing edibles in no time.
The Hungry Scientist Handbook brings DIY technology into the kitchen and onto the plate. It compiles the most mouthwatering projects created by a mechanical engineer and his band of intrepid techie friends (like Robin Hood, but without the tights). Their mission: the pursuit of projects possessing varying degrees of whimsy and utility, and this book is a chronicle of their success. In no time, you'll be donning lab goggles in the kitchen and kitchen goggles in the lab - just make sure to label your ingredients (don't want you drinking acid by accident).
The Hungry Scientist Handbook features twenty projects including:
- Edible origami
- Light up lollipops
- Cryogenic martinis
- DIY edible underwear
- and loads more!