“This mobile game is sure to make your mouth water. It challenges players to come up with the right ingredients to make a particular dish taste better. A lot of other cooking games, including Diner Dash and Gordon Ramsay’s Dash are about time management rather than learning about cooking.”
DEAN TAKAHASHI – Lead Games Writer, VentureBeat
“Chef League is able to produce new insights (in the form of AI Chefs) which would have been impossible for humans to generate on their own. Even if you sat down and read through millions of reviews, there would be no way to summarize or use that information in a compelling way.”
NICK STAGER – Contributor, HackerNoon
“There are over a million apps on the App Store, but most of the titles you’ll find in the Games category are cookie-cutter variations of each other. Even the most beautifully unique games usually fit neatly into an existing genre. Not so with Chef League, a game (if we can even call it that) that utterly defies categorization. One thing’s for sure: you won’t find anything else quite like it.”
TOM ROLFE – Editor in Chief, Tapsmart
“I work at a restaurant. This game has actually helped me make better recommendations to our guests.”
SAM – Los Angeles
“It’s fun. I love it when I make the leaderboard! It also helps me diversify my go-to flavor fixes. I realized I put garlic in everything. It encourages me to try things differently in the kitchen too!”
LISA – Scottsdale
“For years I have wanted to learn to cook more intuitively – throwing things together that taste great instead of following recipes. Now there’s a game for that!”
ALLEN – New York City
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Play to show off. Stay to think like a chef. Chef League is a mobile game based on science-quality data from the Flavor Genome Project and research on how chefs learn to invent recipes. Get a taste of reality TV cooking competitions, but on the go and at home. The game was created by a nerd who loves shows like The Taste, Top Chef, Parts Unknown,Cutthroat Kitchen, Chef’s Table, and Nailed it and books like Salt Fat Acid Heat, Nomu Guide to Fermentation, and sites like Food Network and Wine Folly, and teaches at the engineering, design, and business schools at Harvard. Other projects include Desirability Lab, Quale Design. Flavor Genome Project, Flavor Fluency project and Sensory Composition project.
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