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Chemical kitchen cheesecake cookalong


Event schedule details

Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 June

13.30-15.00 (both days), 16.00-17.30 (Saturday only)

Event location details

Chemical Kitchen, room 763, Level 7, Chemistry Building, South Kensington Campus.

Imperial College London

Discover how to make cheese from scratch and create your own tasty cheesecake in a chemistry inspired cook-along workshop with the Chemical Kitchen team at Imperial College London.

During this chemistry-inspired cook-along you will learn how to make cheese from scratch using only milk and lemon juice, and then turn it into a delicious sweet cheesecake with a buttery biscuit base and your choice of fruity topping!

Led by culinary education designer Jakub Radzikowski and chemistry teaching fellow Luke Delmas, who co-lead the Chemical Kitchen project at Imperial College London. The Chemical Kitchen teaches good laboratory practice to undergraduate chemistry students through culinary science experiments. It is rooted in the strong overlap between the skills of professional chefs with those required by chemists in the lab.

Event times:

Saturday 18 June: 13.30-15.00 & 16.00-17.30

Sunday 19 June: 13.00-15.00

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Event categories

  • Family with 12+
  • Family with 7+
  • Workshop