An ongoing series of articles about science in the kitchen – with recipes! How does science affect food, cooking, and eating?

Part 1: Some Like it Hot – The Science of Chile Peppers

Recipe: Chiles Rellenos

Part 2: In Defense of Cilantro

Recipe: Cilantro-Lime Salmon Cakes

Recipe: Cilantro-Lime Martini

Part 3: Bread, Beer, and the Science of Yeast

Part 4: What was Sour Becomes Sweet with Miracle Fruit

Part 5: Apple Pie, Hold the Apples

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