Friday, February 13, 2015

We moved!

You can now find us over at if you want to. Please come and take a look at our new place! It's quite snazzy.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Dessert art: Nutella brioche. Because it's right.

Why would we even look at the stars when we could just eat one made from bread and Nutella? Let's forget about Rosetta and that comet, let's study Nutella brioche! (With infographics!)

There is never a reason not to make Nutella brioche. It's not even that difficult to make your own bread dough!

Thursday, January 22, 2015


To know where you're going, you need to know where you've been #startedfromthebottom #nowthewholeteamfuckinghere.
NDSM has proudly risen - not from ashes, but something way cooler - and to plan for the future, we need to look to the past. We present:

New Dessert Science Magazine: GENESIS

Long before New Dessert Science Magazine was a twitter account, and long before it was even a blog, NDSM was an idea. A twinkle in a young, hungry scientist's eyes. That young scientist just couldn't be content with eating regular old ice cream anymore, and shouted NO! NO MORE! to the heavens, and decided to take her dessert destiny into her own hands. Inspiration struck, and our young scientist remembered that basically everything ever could be made 300% better by adding peanut butter. AND SO SHE DID.

And the rest, as they say, is history... or legend. Yes, legend, much better.. or a SAGA!

Could pie save your life?

As scientists, we are painfully aware that our planet is doomed. The way the world is going, everything around us is probably going to sink to the bottom of the ocean pretty soon. But until then, let's try to make the best of it! How, you say? Pie, I say!

As we are destined to turn the Earth into either a scorching dessert or a frozen tundra, let's see if desserts can be our savior. Our hypothesis:

Does making and eating blueberry pie make you less cold?

Obviously, we all know that the motion of atoms and molecules creates a form of energy called heat, or rather thermal energy, which is present in all matter, even in the coldest voids of space. OBVIOUSLY. But how to make it work to your advantage?