Thanks, Gizmodo, for showing us how to make a pasta rocket with nothing more than yeast, hydrogen peroxide, fire, and a humble piece of dried pasta. “You may not realize it, but your kitchen is one of the most well-stocked chemistry sets you could ever hope for,” writes Gizmodo. Watch the video above to see how it’s done.

Then check out some more stuff we loved from today:

How technology is heating up food. [WIRED]

Mocktail tips from the pros. [WSJ]

Andrew Friedman chronicles the meals of chefs on the road. [Toqueland]

The science of Jello shots. [Serious Eats]