Friday, June 6, 2014

There's A Pun On A Cooking Show's Name Here Somewhere; I Just Can't Find It

I'll be short with it tonight and send you to Fast Company, where the Rube Goldberg principle has been applied to cooking dinner online via coming called Collaborative Cooking. You have several different chefs, you have a machine loaded with 35 ingredients, and you have a computer that takes every order any of the chefs give it and moves the machine so that the ingredients are mechanically maneuvered into a pot that is, itself, remotely heated, in a slow-cooking process estimated to take 10-20 hours.

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