The Science of Smell: New Cars, Old People, and the Stink of the Moon
Harold McGee changed the culinary world in the ’80s with his book on the science of cooking. His new book moves up the face to the nose, breaking down the molecules that make up all the smells around us. He explains why some scents echo each other, how dogs can sniff out cancer, and what happens when a coronavirus takes away your sense of smell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.