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YouTube Video Shares ‘Taste of Technology’

Culinary arts faculty and students at Penn College recently created a “Taste of Technology” presentation for visiting high school students, showing – with a dash of science – how a kitchen can be transformed into a chemistry set. “We want to learn about liquid nitrogen and different food products and how to use that in avant-garde cuisine,” said Chef Frank M. Suchwala, associate professor of hospitality management/culinary arts. “This elevates what we do to another level, but, of course, by no means does this replace the normal way of people serving and eating food.” The event also served as practice for the Penn College contingent that will be presenting at the 2016 USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C.

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