“I have not eaten
enough of the Tree of Knowledge, though in my profession I am obliged
to feed on it regularly.”
Welcome to Cooking With Einstein.
While I really don’t know what sort of culinary artist Albert was, he certainly cooked in the field of physics, mathematics and defining a unified field theory.
While recently vacationing in the Dominican Republic, I started trying to fathom quantum mechanics (as best as an idiot can). I quickly realized I needed to brush up on my level of reading, understanding and writing mathematical equations and understanding formulas.
The best way for me to do that was to liken them to something in the everyday world that I understood; cooking recipes. From that idea, Cooking With Einstein resulted.
I hope you enjoy this different take on recipes for some great dishes. And I hope this might spur you on to take a closer look at the science of your choice, the brilliance of Albert The Nut Case and most importantly, taking the time to figure out your favorite recipes in formula/equation form and submitting them here.
And to quote our fearless leader: “Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics; I can assure you that mine are still greater.” Albert Einstein, January 7, 1943