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We’ve got plenty of links this week! Check them out after the jump!
Science Fare HQ is really pulling out all the stops for the coming few months, with SF looking to become even more awesome! In the meantime, I leave you with some links which, although aren’t as jaw-droppingly fantastic as this commune of curious cooks, are still pretty interesting!
In addition, should any of you be at the London Gastronomy Seminar tonight, drop me a line! We can hang out for a while before I make awkward excuses and analyse each moment of our social interaction on the tube home.
We’re already 3 months into 2013 and it still feels weird to think that there was some sort of apocalyptic prophecy that people thought would come to pass! In any case, the results for the most recent MOCA challenge will be up later this week. In the mean time, check out this week’s Tidbits for your chance to win a copy of Kevin Liu’s new book ‘Craft Cocktails at Home!’
Just because there’s only one day left of the February MOCA challenge doesn’t mean that you can’t still get in on the action last minute!
It also doesn’t mean that Science Fare hasn’t got anything awesome in store for you before the next Tidbits!
I hope you’re wearing two pairs because your socks will undoubtedly get blown off this week!
Kevin L submitted the final manuscript of his book for review! While the rest of us have been sticking forks in our toasters to fix sparking issues, he’s been making an awesome contribution to cocktail science!
In other, less awesome news
This is the last Tidbits before February’s MOCA challenge starts! We’ve been pulling up our socks here at Science Fare and think that this MOCA could be the most interesting so far!
In the meantime, feast your eyes on these stories from around the globe.
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