"Exploring Evolutionary Cooking through Natural Selection"
Embark on a culinary journey with Luciana Bianchi, a visionary chef and social entrepreneur
The popular Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series kicks off its 14th year at Harvard University. The series pairs Harvard professors with celebrated food experts and renowned chefs to showcase the science behind different culinary techniques.
We are delighted to introduce Luciana Bianchi, a multifaceted culinary expert, writer, and social entrepreneur. Luciana is not only the Director of the Galapagos Foundation with a focus on gastronomy but also the innovative founder of MUYU, the first farm, forest, and sea-to-table restaurant in the Galapagos Islands.
Join us as Luciana Bianchi takes us on a gastronomic journey that explores the principles of evolutionary cooking through natural selection. Her unique perspective promises to provide fresh insights into the intersection of food, science, and sustainability.
For the complete event schedule, please visit the Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series website.
Luciana Bianchi (@lucianabianchi), Chef, Humanist, writer, social entrepreneur. Director of the Galapagos Foundation focused on gastronomy and Founder of MUYU, the first farm, forest and sea-to-table restaurant in the Galapagos islands.
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