Geek-A-Licious: Science Never Tasted So Good

By: Roberto Ferdman

Ted Russin is a man of science and a foodie of the highest order, and he's bringing geekdom and all its glory back into the kitchen where it belongs. Ted is teaming up with top chefs to solve their kitchen conundrums using a touch of scientific inspiration.

Ted pushes the boundaries of familiar foods like eggs, corn and gravy and transforms them into new tastes and textures. Basketball-sized souffles, savory sorbets and bouncy gravy balls — Ted turns his kitchen into a playground  tonight on Geek-A-Licious.

The show is sure to challenge everything you know — or think you know — about food. But you need not worry... in Ted Russin's kitchen, science never tasted so good.  Catch it all tonight at 8pm ET.

Ted gives his latest creation a test run — jello you can jump on.  Tune in tonight at 8pm ET to find out how it went!

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