Although there is some organization to the book, like most cook books, it can be opened to any page, and there is likely to be something interesting to peruse. It is not put together as a textbook on cooking. If you enjoy experimenting, using the scientific method in your cooking, if your curiosity isn’t satisfied by just following a recipe time after time, you’ll enjoy this book.
It answer questions that most cook books don’t think about asking. And if you have any curiosity about why recipes turn out like they do, and are interested in experimenting, using a knowledge of chemistry and physics to improve your dishes, this is a great book.
Available here: Cooking for Geeks on Amazon.com