Liquid nitrogen, 3D printers and robots aren't the first things you think about when it comes to cooking, but in one New York City kitchen, they're essential ingredients. 

At Sue's Tech Kitchen, an interactive pop-up experience at the new Cornell Tech Campus on Roosevelt Island, kids learn how to cook using STEM concepts like coding, robotics and biochemistry.

The kitchen features cutting-edge technology like pancake-making robots and 3D printers that make s'mores. 

The goal is to reenvision traditional dining by introducing math and science to kids in a creative and immersive platform. 

Founder Randi Zuckerberg visited Mornings On 1 to talk more about the kitchen.