Jules Verne in detail told us how spent time three brave souls inside the projectile, racing to the moon. However, he did not tell about how Michel Ardan was acting chef in this unusual situation. Probably novelist believed that the concoction inside a flying projectile is nothing that would deserve the description. If so, then he was wrong. The fact that flying inside the kernel all objects become weightless (detailed explanation of this interesting circumstances described in the first book, "Entertaining physics", and in my books "Interplanetary travel", "To the stars on the rocket and Missile to the moon"). Jules Verne had overlooked this fact. And agree that cooking is weightless in the kitchen - the plot, quite worthy of the pen of a novelist, and have only to regret that the talented author of "Journey to the moon" did not pay attention to this topic. Will trymy best to fill in the missing Chapter in the novel to give the reader some idea of how effectively you could pull it from the pen of the Jules Vera.
When reading this article the reader has to keep in mind that inside the nucleus, as already mentioned, there is no gravity: all objects weightless.