The Research Room is reserved periods 8, 9, 10 on Wednesday, December 22 for an end-of-the-calendar-year celebration. You made it through the paperwork nightmares that are Intel and NYCSEF. I think it’s time we used A214 for some relaxation experiments.
The best thing would be if everyone would contribute something to the cause (main dish, side dish, beverage, etc.). We have plenty of cups, silverware, and napkins left over from last year’s science fair, but we could use some plates.
I have arranged for the delivery of a 160 liter tank of liquid nitrogen for educational purposes. One of the more interesting things you can do with it is make ice cream in 30 seconds. I have already brought some of the ingredients to Midwood (frozen fruit, vanilla powder, cocoa powder, peppermint extract, sugar) as well as the necessary utensils. I need a volunteer or two or three to bring cream (light cream works better than heavy cream).
Please RSVP and tell me what you’d like to contribute.
|Pei Ling Chen|
|Joseline Cruz||I’ll most likely bring a desert.|
|Amy Guan||I will bring soda, cookies, and plates.|
|Avis Karpman||I will contribute a few packs of Potato Chips.|
|Rachel Kehinde||I can bring cookies.|
|Margaret Lee||Yu Bu Cho Bap|
|Stephanie Lew||I’m going to bring cupcakes!|
|Yvonne Li||Pad Thai…..yummmm n.n|
|Humera Mohammad||I’ve purchased LIGHT cream after going around to 9 stores.|
|Nicole Ng||I’m bringing chow mai fun (rice noodle?).|
|Mercy Palomeque||I am bringing cream for party tomorrow!! =)|
|Zhao Na Wang|
|Wendy Yu||I will be bringing in sodas.|
|Mr. Elert||Flavorings and hardware for making ice cream with liquid nitrogen. Ribena and Vimto concentrate too.|
|Mr. Rosenfeld||Kit Kats. They are really good when frozen.|