- Hardcover: 224 pages
- Publisher: Sourcebooks (April 14, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 149262571X
- ISBN-13: 978-1492625711
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 8.7 x 0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 26 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #465,886 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson: Recipes for Innovation from IBM & the Institute of Culinary Education Hardcover – April 14, 2015
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"The new book will help us think about ingredients in ways never imagined before. " - Food & Wine
"But this is far from an ordinary cookbook. " - Business Insider
"It's some good entertaining, and educational, reading for anyone who is curious about the intersection of food and science. " - Yahoo! Food
"The cookbook contains dishes that make no sense intellectually, but through Watson's flavor pairing knowledge and ICE chefs' culinary acumen, come together in surprisingly delicious and delightful ways. " - ABC News
"The end result: dishes that are equal parts unexpected, intricate, and delicious. " - Refinery29
"The resulting dishes are surprisingly innovative, taste superb. " - FOX News
"The recipe came together nicely, and the panel of taste testers (my family) liked the combination of crunchy nuts and sweet pear...overall I'd give a strong review to a chef who'll never have the pleasure of tasting one of his own creations." - MIT Technology Review
"Once again though Watson with help from his human interpreters turned out something quite impressive: an unexpected blend of flavors that wasn't in the least bit challenging. And that is evidenced by the fact that my taste testers demolished the entire batch of pastries in two days." - Tech Flags
"These colorful pages feature more than 65 original recipes exploding with irresistible new flavors." - Edible Allegheny
"From Chef Watson's first recipe ever, the Spanish almond crescent; to Portuguese lobster roll; grilled corn and nectarine salad with toasted spice vinaigrette; and Dominican coconut cake, Watson introduces home cooks and professional chefs to a whole new world of culinary possibilities." - Epicurus.com
About the Author
IBM Watson represents a new era of computing in which third party apps and systems will interact with human users more naturally, augment our knowledge with Big Data insights, and learn to improve how they assist us. Fueled by innovation from a mission to transform industries and professions, Watson is uniquely positioned at the forefront of the new era of computing, evidenced by an unmatched demonstration of what cognitive systems can bring to transform decision-making. IBM is delivering a range of cloud-based products and services to clients in industries such as banking, healthcare, insurance, retail and education.
The Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) is one of the largest and most diverse culinary schools in the world. Established in 1975, ICE offers award-winning 8 to 13 month career training programs in Culinary Arts, Pastry & Baking Arts, Culinary Management and Hospitality Management with more than 11,000 graduates and successful alumni who are leaders in the industry. ICE offers continuing education for professional development, hosts more than 600 special events, and has one of the world's largest recreational cooking, baking and wine programs with more than 25,000 students annually. In 2015, marking the school's 40th anniversary, ICE will move to a new, transformative 74,000 sq. ft. facility at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan, designed for inspiration, creativity and community. Visit us at ice.edu or join us @iceculinary to Find your culinary voice.
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Top customer reviews
Pros: Fun and mysterious foods.
Cons: Take a long time to prepare the foods. Written for more experienced cooks.