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Our mission is to make secondary science education more engaging and accessible for both students and the adults who support student learning – from educators to parents. Our content is developed by educators with different learning spaces in mind: classrooms, clubs, after-school programs, & homes.

 By using food and kitchen materials, students are empowered to connect science to their everyday life, take ownership over activities, and tinker and experiment in a safe, accessible, & affordable way. Our vision is for all students to see themselves as scientists and engage in science in a way that is connected to their everyday lives, while promoting autonomy, curiosity, growth mindset, and playful exploration


our guiding metrics

When designing curriculum, we constantly ask:

Content Integration

Is there a clear connection with concepts teachers already cover in the classroom?

Scaffolded Exploration

Are students empowered and supported to explore concepts independently and be curious?


Are teachers and students given multiple options & layers of complexity to engagel?

Everyday Relevance

Does the lesson connect to students' everyday lives and different cultures?

why food & cooking?

We believe cooking and food provide meaningful experiences to teach

complex science concepts in a unique and impactful way. Here's why:

  • Students can use all of their senses to make observations. Food is the ultimate sensory experience because students can use sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste.

  • Food bridges the gap between informal and formal learning. By using accessible, household materials and ingredients in the classroom, students can continue exploring and experimenting foods and concepts on their own.

  • Food provides opportunities to weave in culture and student voice. Students can bring their own experiences to the table.

  • Food is everywhere. Whether it's food and cooking shows on television, recipes on social media, or simply enjoying a good meal, food has many access and interest points that can be used to make lessons more fun and meaningful. 

why videos?

At the core of our resources are videos. We believe videos are the ideal medium to engage, teach, and illustrate key concepts.


Key points and processes in labs/recipes are often best explained through visuals- for both students & educators.


Engage learners through captivating visuals, helpful graphics, and a conversational tone.


Use of video and audio in addition to text makes labs and science content more accessible.


Less time spent understanding directions means more time for play and tinkering.

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