UCLA’s Science & Food Class

By Justine Sterling Posted March 26, 2012
Brown Butter Chicken Jus

© Michael Turek / Brown Butter Chicken Jus

Following the example set by Harvard University's Science & Cooking course, UCLA is now offering a class called Science & Food: The Physical and Molecular Origins of What We Eat. This semester, 50 lucky foodie co-eds will learn from Los Angeles chefs like Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo of Animal (F&W Best New Chefs 2009) and Umami Burger’s Adam Fleischman, and tickets have already sold out for four public lectures with globally recognized guest speakers like Noma’s René Redzepi. For those who can't get up-close with the culinary stars, there's a hands-on lesson to be learned from Redzepi's recipe for Brown Butter Chicken Jus with Citrus and Greens. The innovative salad calls for a richly flavored chicken sauce, an example of how the chef creates satisfying dishes while using meat sparingly at his Copenhagen restaurant.

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