SHOCK HORROR. Top 10 world Chef revealed and neither Jamie Oliver nor Gordan Ramsey is No1.
A list published by Klout (Online service for measure of social footprints) ranks the most influencial chefs in the food industry. The poll tracks how much internet users talk and share the works of each individual this year.
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In a galaxy far far away there lays a planet filled with flying cars and food printers. Wait a second; we’re actually half way there. No not aerial vehicles (sorry to disappoint), but a machine that prints edible sculptures. Yes the dawn of a new era has arrived.
Dubbed as the Fab@Home project, the team from Cornell University’s Computational Synthesis built this technology to reinvent cooking.
People lacking in even basic culinary skills could download Michelin star recipes from popular tv shows like “Master Chef” or tailor bespoken dishes recommended by their doctors.
The plan now is to make affordable ink syringes containing the raw materials and to explore new techniques of creating texture.
“In the future our CAD software will allow people to design their own food constructions. You’d hit the print button and it would ask you how many copies.” said Professor Hod Lipson, Director of CCSL.
Imagine ordering your meal to be printed back home via email or scanning a QR code in a magazine. Well that may soon be a reality.
Other notable discoveries:
Fire – 0000 BC, stone age.
Microwave – invented in 1946 by an engineer Percy Spencer
Stove-Oven – invented 1345 by Robert Yeaman
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