Netflix teamed up with David Gelb, the creator of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, to tell the story of six world class chefs and showcase their kitchens and, drool, their food. The trailer plays up the series as something epic (all that music!) but looks like it's going to reveal an interesting story of see the life of…
I finally got around to seeing Chef, the Jon Favreau film about a chef who joins Twitter and (SPOILER ALERT) starts a food truck. Now food trucks and Twitter go together like Korean BBQ and tacos but in this film the tweet-integration was ridiculously blatant—really, to the point of distraction. So much so that when…
Food all goes down the same but there's so much beauty in food and each ingredient that chefs like Niki Nakayam of Los Angeles Japanese Kaiseki restaurant n/naka turn the idea of putting plate of food into an art form. You're no longer eating protein and vegetables, but edible art on a plate.
A.W. Mangieri is the chef at famed Una Pizza Napoletana in San Francisco and he makes pizzas. Fantastic, simple and delicious 12-inch Neapolitan pizzas that look absolutely perfect. I've never had them but I can totally smell and taste them through this video. Plus, Mangieri seems a little crazy about pizza so they…
Super computer Watson can crush puny humans at Jeopardy. It can do a pretty bang-up job as a doctor. It can swear up a storm. Two of those aren't easy for a normal person, but that's not enough for IBM. IBM wants more. And part of it's plan to push Watson to its limits should really get things cooking. Literally.
I'm growing so tired of Yelp that I hate myself every time I use it. But! It's hard to find another food recommendation app that's quite as comprehensive. Chef's Feed isn't as all-encompassing, but it one-ups every other food app by showing you the food that chefs—AWESOME CHEFS!—like and eat.
The basic premises of going to a restaurant haven't changed tremendously throughout history. You sit down. You order. It shows up. Maybe it's good. But new, high tech establishments around the world are putting a innovative spin on eating out.
The Bellings Media Chef digitally displays recipe videos while you cook. Now, I'm not saying you could do this with your laptop and save money, but I am totally telling you could do this with your laptop and save money.
If Google really is preparing to take over the world, as critics suggest, it certainly won't be through our kitchens.