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What it's like to cook in Antarctica

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Dishing up gourmet eats can be a breeze for some. To spice things up a bit, French scientist Cyprien Verseux took the culinary arts outdoors to amaze and educate by cooking - or trying to - in -60 degrees C Antarctic temperatures.

The French leader of Antarctica’s Concordia Station and astrobiologist shared the silly snaps on Twitter to show what happens to food when exposed to extreme, sub-freezing temperatures. “I had no idea that having lunch on the roof was not a good idea,” he mused, sharing an image of a fork frozen in midair above a bowl of spaghetti.


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Interesting and the photos are like works of art... Thanks for sharing.

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