June 2010


Last week I shared with you the kitchen experiments I have had most fun with during this year but, what about you guys? Which one was your favourite? Here is a list of all the experiments we have done together this year:

Time for another poll! You can chose up to 3 different experiments. Which ones did you enjoy the most?


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The other day we celebrated the first anniversary of this blog by reviewing the top 5 most read posts, today I want to share with you the top 5 experiments I had the most fun doing in my kitchen in the past year. Here it goes.

– Make your own snow

This experiments would rather have been in the top 5, had I actually been able to do it, but I failed :(. I’ll have to try again next winter.

MY TOP 5 KITCHEN EXPERIMENTS THIS YEAR

5. Make your own butter

Easy and very tasty experiment! You can also make delicious flavoured butter this way. Yummy!

4. Chocolate is like Gremlins

As a good chocoholic, this was one of my favourites. Also, it was the first one!

3. From liquid to solid in a punch / in a step (or a scream)

The Physicist inside me very much enjoyed this rare phase transition. Fun!

2. Microwave experiments:  Make your own plasma/Cooking light bulbs

Who knew one could do these things at home?

1. Naked eggs

My absolute favourite! It does take a few days for to strip the eggs but it is totally worth it! Also a really good way to explain osmosis in a science class.