"Cooking for the New Mars" is a theoretical cookbook that looks at the way common recipes will evolve once we establish a habitat on the surface of the red planet. Deep-frying will be right-out, I'm afraid, and bacon is going to become the stuff of myth and legend. Right now the primary focus in research is on foods that can be consumed in space, which these days are predominantly MRE-style packages. Once we hit ground, however, things are going to have to change.
A little bit of tongue-in-cheek cookery, ingredients a little outside the norm, but thoroughly space-worthy and an eye for the way tastes and chefs change to suit their environments make this a must-have for the experimental chef and the science-fiction fan.
Author: Margaret Ellory
Publisher: Bushi-Go, Inc.
Size: 7.00h x 5.00w x 0.24d
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