Are you looking for an Instagrammable place to spend some quality time with good food while taking in the view of the city from a considerable height? In this bustling city of Dhaka, a rooftop restaurant can be a beautiful getaway that offers a glimmering view of the skyline and a serene escape from the crowded streets below. Located in Dhaka’s north, Mohammadpur has several Instagram-worthy rooftop restaurants with enchanting views and a cozy laid-back atmosphere. Let’s check them out. 6 Instagrammable Rooftop Restaurants at Mohammadpur in Dhaka Rainforest Café Rainforest Café is another great option for rooftop dining with friends and family. The café is located on Tajmahal Road right on the main street. The management undertook renovations recently to revamp the look of the café. There’s a large indoor sitting area perfect for large groups. Adjacent to that is the kid’s play area. The outdoors has been tastefully decorated with trees, shrubs, and a fish aquarium. Each table has been made into a hut-like structure giving it a forest-like look. Read more: Top 10 Dhaka Restaurants with Outdoor Seating The café serves oriental, Chinese, and Italian cuisines. There’s a curated Chinese platter for students as well. Rainforest Café remains open from 11 AM to 11 PM every day. Garden SHIP Located on Taj Mahal Road, Garden SHIP is your typical family restaurant with a great ambiance. The restaurant is beautifully designed to give it a ship-like look on the inside. The large spacious indoor seating is perfect for group or family dine-outs. Read more: Best Instagrammable Rooftop Restaurants at Gulshan in Dhaka The back of the restaurant has their cozy rooftop section. It offers a beautiful view overlooking the greenery of the Dhaka Residential Model College. Garden SHIP has a wide variety of menus. From Thai, Chinese, Indian to seafood, the restaurant offers something for everyone. The operating hours are from 11 AM to 11 PM every day. Spicy6 Spicy6 is located on Ring Road, Mohammadpur. The restaurant is famous among the locals for its Thai, Chinese, Oriental, and South Asian cuisines. Spicy6 offers great indoor and outdoor arrangements with faux grass and overhead shades. Read more: Instagrammable Rooftop Restaurants in Uttara
In a significant move towards ensuring food safety and consumer protection, the Bangladesh Safe Food Authority (BFSA) hosted a meeting on Monday to present and solicit feedback on the "Safe Food (Advertisement and Claims) Regulations, 2024." Held in the BFSA training room, the gathering aimed at refining the draft regulation, which comprises 16 comprehensive articles addressing various aspects of food advertising and claims. Under the proposed regulation, penalties will be imposed for false advertising, use of language that offends community sentiments, obscene content, and false superiority claims about food products. The draft meticulously outlines conditions for advertising, including nutrition and no-salt claims, use of additives, health support claims, and prohibited claims. It also details the process for handling advertising complaints and the penalties for non-compliance. Read: Ghorer Bazar offers safe food products, focusing on health, sustainability Abdul Qayyum Sarkar, Chairman of the BFSA, chaired the meeting and encouraged the integration of stakeholder feedback into the final regulations. The session featured discussions led by notable participants, including Rezaul Karim, former BFSA member, and Nazma Begum, who delivered the welcoming address. Highlighting the regulations' objectives, Nazma Begum stated, "These regulations aim to halt misleading or inaccurate advertisements by considering consumer demands and adhering to Codex principles." Read: Ensure safe food: Food minister Professor Razia Begum of Dhaka University's Department of Marketing emphasized the importance of strict enforcement and broad media dissemination post-implementation. The event saw active participation from representatives of various food establishments, who contributed their insights, with the BFSA assuring consideration of all input received. Nazneen Akhter, a scientific officer at the BFSA, presented the keynote, while the meeting was moderated by Sheikh Ferdous Arafat, a law officer at the authority. This initiative represents a critical step toward enhancing food safety standards and consumer trust in Bangladesh. Read more: First 'Safe Food Carnival' in the country starts from Feb 8
In a remarkable achievement, Bangladeshi-born American Chef Nur-E Gulshan Rahman has been shortlisted for the Best Chef in the Mid-Atlantic category by the James Beard Foundation. Chef Rahman's culinary prowess shines at Korai Kitchen, a hidden gem in Jersey City, renowned for its authentic Bangladeshi cuisine. The James Beard Foundation Awards, often dubbed the “Oscars of food,” honor excellence across America's culinary spectrum. These prestigious awards celebrate the artistry and innovation in the culinary field, recognizing the best chefs and restaurants. Despite its modest beginning, as reported by the New York Times, Korai Kitchen has carved a niche in Jersey City's vibrant culinary scene. Chef Rahman's eatery has earned accolades for its authentic Bangladeshi flavors and homestyle cooking. An emotional social media post from the restaurant celebrated this milestone: “Amma was nominated for a James Beard Award today!! Words cannot express just how proud I am of my mom and our incredible team. What a beautiful moment of recognition for Bangladeshi food and for my insanely talented mother, who has honed her craft for over FIFTY YEARS!” Read more: Kishwar wins Australians hearts with her Bangladeshi recipe on Masterchef The post added, “My mom would sometimes say she felt like an imposter because she has no formal culinary training. Amma, you've shown that it's not culinary school that makes a chef; it's passion, talent, grit, and love.” Korai Kitchen, described by the New York Times, offers an immersive experience akin to dining in a Bangladeshi home. The restaurant features a rotating buffet of dishes, including bhorta (mashes) and light curries, all prepared under the watchful eye of Chef Rahman. It's a celebration of slow food — homestyle Bangladeshi dishes crafted with care and affection. Since their inception in 1990, the James Beard Awards have set a benchmark for culinary excellence. The outstanding chef category, in particular, honors chefs who not only uphold high culinary standards but also positively influence their peers and make a significant impact on the wider community. Chef Rahman's nomination is a testament to her dedication and skill, bringing the rich flavors of Bangladesh to the American culinary landscape. Read more: AI Robot Chefs: Automated Cooking Could Redefine Food Industry
In recent years, the term "superfood" has garnered significant attention in health and wellness. These foods are often touted as nutritional powerhouses. They are praised for their exceptional health benefits. The buzz around superfoods stems from their purported ability to provide a high concentration of nutrients, antioxidants, and other health-promoting compounds. Now, the questions arise, what exactly qualifies as a superfood, and is the hype surrounding the superfoods justified? Are Superfoods Worth the Hype? Superfoods are nutrient-rich foods often hailed for their exceptional health benefits. They typically contain high levels of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other essential nutrients that contribute to overall well-being. Superfoods include blueberries, spinach, salmon, chia seeds, and kale. The term “superfoods” was coined in the 1990s. But it became widely familiar in 2007 after being mentioned in an article in Time Magazine. While the term "superfood" might spark intrigue, it is essential to approach the concept with a critical eye. Read more: Popular Winter Breakfasts in Bangladesh Scientific evidence supporting the extraordinary health claims of superfoods varies. While some foods offer remarkable nutritional values, others might not live up to the exaggerated claims. Assessing the actual worth of superfoods involves understanding their nutritional content, benefits, and limitations. Tips for Incorporating Superfoods into Your Diet Seeds as Garnish Seeds like chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, and hemp seeds have gained attention as superfoods due to their rich nutrient profiles. They are packed with proteins, healthy fats, fibre, vitamins, and minerals. These tiny seeds work excellently as garnishes. Their subtle taste makes them perfect for enhancing the nutritional value of dishes and snacks without overpowering the flavours. Dark Chocolate Desserts Contrary to popular belief, dark chocolate is a nutrient-rich superfood. It is abundant in antioxidants and various essential nutrients. It is a versatile ingredient for desserts and can serve as a flavour enhancer. Read more: 10 Bangladeshi Winter Street Foods: Taste Meets Tradition For instance, you may have strawberries or banana slices dipped in dark chocolate for an antioxidant-rich dessert. It offers a delicious pre-workout snack or an evening dessert. Nuts as Snacks Nuts are another nutrient-dense superfood group. It delivers proteins and omega-3 fatty acids and is ideal for plant-based diets. They make for a satisfying and healthier snack option between meals and keep hunger at bay. Nuts serve as a convenient way to boost nutrition and resist unhealthy snacking both at work or home . Cauliflower Rice Cauliflower is a superfood due to its nutrient content like protein, vitamins, and minerals. But it is often overlooked. Cauliflower can replace potatoes and is excellent as an alternative to regular or brown rice. To prepare cauliflower rice first, boil the florets, then cool them. Now process them in a mixer. Your cauliflower rice is ready to be savoured. Read more: 5 Tasty Savoury Winter Pitha Recipes for Bangladeshi Kitchen Yoghourt Desserts Yoghourt is a versatile and nutrient-packed superfood that serves as a savoury side or a base for desserts. Yoghourt can be paired with granola, dark chocolate, or naturally sweet berries. It creates effortless and nutritious dessert cups. Berries Candy Berries such as strawberries and blueberries make a healthy substitute for candies. You need to transform them into candy-like treats by squeezing lemon over the berries and refrigerating them for a few hours. This trick works with citrus fruits like oranges too. Green Iced Tea For a refreshing and nutritious drink, you may try iced green tea. It is packed with nutrients and is known to boost metabolism. Green tea infused with ice, lemon, and honey offers a superfood-packed beverage. Read more: 5 Tasty Sushi Recipes for Bangladeshi Kitchen Garlic Olive Oil Both garlic and olive oil qualify as superfoods. They are rich in nutrients and known for their healing properties. Creating garlic-infused olive oil serves as a healthier alternative to butter for toast toppings. You need to simply combine olive oil with peeled garlic cloves and bake to prepare this delicious garlic olive oil.
"Food for All" is the core goal and commitment of the Awami League. The manifesto pledges to build a hunger-free Bangladesh. On Wednesday (December 27), the Awami League announced this manifesto for the 12th national parliamentary election. Agriculture is a primary driving force of Bangladesh's economy and livelihoods. Agriculture plays a crucial role not only in fulfilling the food and nutritional needs of the population but also in providing employment in rural areas, supplying raw materials to industries, and increasing export earnings. Following independence, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, initiated an agricultural revolution by taking ground-breaking steps to enhance production and ensure food security, giving utmost importance to the development of agriculture and farmers. Currently, under the leadership of Bangabandhu's daughter, Sheikh Hasina, the Awami League government also prioritizes agriculture in state governance. With the commitment of "Food for All," the party emphasizes agricultural development in its manifesto for the 12th national parliamentary election. PM Hasina unveils AL election manifesto promising dev, peace, prosperity In the fiscal year 2022-23, rice production surpassed all previous records. Currently, Bangladesh ranks third globally in the production of rice, vegetables, and onions. Additionally, it holds the second position in jute production, fourth in tea, and seventh in potato production. Significant progress has been made in cultivating both domestic and foreign fruits. Farmers are encouraged to cultivate profitable but unconventional crops like coffee, cashew nuts, black pepper, malta (a type of citrus), and dragon fruit. The per capita fruit consumption rate, which was 55 grams in 2006, increased to 85 grams in 2023. In the last 15 years, 699 new crop varieties resilient to adverse environments and 708 technologies have been developed. The mechanization of agriculture is underway to modernize it. From 2010 to 2023, nearly 133,000 agricultural machineries, including combine harvesters, reapers, seeders, and power tillers, have been distributed to farmers at subsidized prices. A 3,000 crore taka agricultural mechanization project is ongoing. Overall, the country's agricultural system is transitioning from subsistence farming to commercial agriculture. AL to announce election manifesto Wednesday To maintain this trend, the Awami League, led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, pledges to follow sustainable development strategies based on planned initiatives. The strategy aims to meet the growing population's nutritional needs, ensure the supply and accessibility of nutritious food for all, develop commercial agriculture, expand agriculture-dependent industries, improve rural infrastructure, increase and diversify exports of agricultural and non-agricultural products, and enhance the quality of life in rural communities through poverty alleviation. The annual budget allocation will be increased, and private investment in the rural sector will be encouraged. Awami League’s Commitment "Food for All" remains the Awami League's primary goal and commitment. The trend of following sustainable development strategies, based on a contextualized plan for the development of agriculture, farmers, and the rural economy, will continue. The strategy includes ensuring nutrition for the growing population, supplying and accessing nutritious food for everyone, developing commercial agriculture, expanding agriculture-dependent industries, improving rural infrastructure, increasing and diversifying exports of agricultural and non-agricultural products, and enhancing the living standards of rural communities through poverty alleviation. The annual budget allocation will be increased, and private investment in the rural sector will be encouraged. The daughter of Bangabandhu pledges to expand the initiatives already taken to increase agricultural production. The provision of agricultural loans at 4% concessional interest will continue; the central bank will refinance commercial banks at a 0.5% rate, encouraging them to distribute more agricultural loans. The Awami League will continue to provide assistance and subsidies for agricultural production and investment in agricultural inputs. Easy access to and availability of agricultural machinery will be ensured to alleviate labor shortages in agriculture and increase productivity. Subsidies on agricultural machinery will continue. The Awami League government has already implemented a policy to bring all land under cultivation to further increase agricultural production. Sheikh Hasina's commitment is that no land will remain uncultivated. Emphasis will be placed on developing an integrated agricultural system. Furthermore, to build a smart, agriculture-dependent Bangladesh, strategies will be adopted for commercial agriculture, biotechnology, genetic engineering, robotics, artificial intelligence, and nano-technologies, as well as for developing the rural non-agricultural sector and facing globalization challenges. The focus on modernizing agriculture, innovating technology, and increasing opportunities and facilities for agricultural research will continue. Environmental protection will also be seriously considered in the use of various products in agriculture. Read more: Govt prepared to ensure food security into the future: Agriculture Minister Not only agriculture, but also the fisheries and livestock sectors are immensely important for ensuring food security, meeting nutritional needs, creating employment, alleviating poverty, expanding export trade, and overall socio-economic development in Bangladesh. To meet the animal protein demand of the growing population, create entrepreneurs and employment, and keep the rural economy active, Sheikh Hasina's government is also giving equal importance to the fisheries and livestock sectors. The Awami League's commitments in this continuity are: 1. To increase the productivity of livestock by one and a half times by 2028. 2. To establish commercial dairy and poultry farms, increase self-employment, and alleviate poverty by providing loans on easy terms, necessary subsidies, technical advice, and policy support. 3. To increase the domestic production of quality animal feed ingredients, expand processing technology, and ensure reasonable prices. 4. To diversify, process, and expand export-oriented industries of animal products. 5. To expand farm mechanization and automated production systems in preparation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 6. To increase fish production from 4.915 million metric tons to 5.840 million metric tons and to raise the per capita fish consumption from 67.8 grams/day to 75 grams/day by ensuring sustainable fish production and achieving food security through maximum utilization of resources. 7. To strengthen sustainable management of marine fisheries resources and ensure responsible fishing for the development of the blue economy. 8. To adopt projects/programs based on delta hotspots for coping with the adverse effects of climate change, improving the quality of life of local communities, adaptation, and capacity building. 9. To reduce fish waste by 10% and create employment for about 600,000 people in the next five years by ensuring sustainable use of fish resources through value chain development and diversifying value-added fish and fishery products. 10. To encourage the private sector to increase fish and fishery product exports and expand new markets abroad by organizing Fish Expos and establishing exclusive economic zones for fishery product processing, aiming to increase export earnings from 4,790 crore to 15,000 crore taka. 11. To expand ongoing programs for increasing livestock production and to enhance opportunities and facilities for processing, marketing, and value addition of these products. 12. To continue fish farming in ponds and, where possible, in rice fields by providing quality fish fry, food, and disease treatment. 13. To provide easy access to capital, electricity connections, and other facilities for farmers. Read more: Food security remains protected amid int’l crisis: PM Hasina tells Parliament
Who doesn’t love to eat? And if you are a foodie, chances are that you enjoy talking about food as much as you love eating. Now imagine getting paid to do something that you love! This is where food blogging comes in. Food blogging can be a full-time career with great income if you know how to do it properly. Here’s how you can become a food blogger and start earning. How to Become an Authentic Food Blogger If you want to earn money through food blogging, the first thing you need is a genuine passion for food. Let’s be honest, if you don’t know what cuisines come from where or what are the ingredients, you can only blog about with just pictures or superficial descriptions. Here are some tips to keep in mind before getting started as a food blogger. - Be genuine and authentic. Write about the food that you are truly passionate about and enjoy. With that, blogging will not feel like work but rather something that you would actually enjoy. Perseverance is the key. You will not get thousands of hits with your first blog. It might take 10, 50, or even 100 articles. The key here is to stay determined. - Try to post authentic content. Do not just replicate stuff that is out there. try and explore a different angle to, for example, a restaurant or a cuisine that has been already reviewed. Explore whether the dish can be recreated at home and many more. - Connect with other bloggers. Networking is a key to success in blogging because it allows you to make guest posts on other blogs. It creates a foray of exposure through backlinks. - Connect with the readers. Keep a comment box at the end of each blog post and respond to their comments. Little interactions will go a long way to create repeat readers. - Incorporate different platform-sharing options. - Explore vlogging through popular video streaming sites like TikTok and YouTube. Even if you are not sure about creating longer video content, you can just start by creating short reels. Read more: Top Instagrammable rooftop restaurants in Banani
Weekends are like a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of daily life. This period offers a precious window for rejuvenation and self-expression. However, avoiding the pitfalls of idleness and monotony during these treasured days is pivotal. It is the time to shun procrastination and embrace creativity, ensuring these moments are not squandered in lethargy. Engaging in diverse entertaining and stimulating activities can transform weekends into an enriching experience, igniting a sense of fulfilment. 10 Creative Ways to Spend Your Weekends Reading You may immerse yourself in a captivating book during the weekend to explore new worlds, gain knowledge, and engage your mind. Reading goes beyond mere entertainment; it expands horizons, fosters empathy, and acquires knowledge. Read more: Benefits of Reading Habit for Mind and Body Traversing the lines of a well-crafted story or delving into informative texts engages your mind in discovery and enrichment. Relaxation blends with mental stimulation as reading deepens your understanding of the world. Altogether it is a perfect choice for a fulfilling weekend activity.
Winter in Bangladesh is a magical time marked by cool breezes and a pleasant chill in the air. The craving for warm and hearty morning meals becomes irresistible as the temperature drops. In this article, we will take a culinary journey through the popular winter breakfasts in Dhaka and other parts of Bangladesh. Each of these items explores the unique flavours that make this season special. Delicious Bangladeshi Breakfasts in Winter Chitoi Pitha with Bhorta Chitoi Pitha with Bhorta constitutes a beloved winter recipe in Bangladesh. Chitoi Pitha, made from rice flour, and water, exudes a sweet smell. After being made, it transforms into a soft and spongy texture. Paired with different bhorta (mash) of tomato, eggplant, cilantro, chilli, or mustard enhances the experience. These bhorta, seasoned with spices and herbs, offer a burst of flavours from smoky to piquant. The combination of Chitoi Pitha and bhorta presents a delightful medley of textures, colours, and savours. This blend is an excellent way to kick off a cold winter day. Read more: 10 Bangladeshi Winter Street Foods: Taste Meets Tradition Nihari and Paratha Nihari alongside paratha emerges as an appetising breakfast in Bangladesh. Nihari is a slow-cooked stew that consists of tender meat, typically beef or mutton. It is simmered in a blend of aromatic spices like cardamom, cloves, and cinnamon, lending it a rich flavour. Its prolonged cooking process infuses the dish with a deep, savoury taste and a luscious texture. Paired with flaky, buttery paratha — layers of unleavened flatbread — the combination offers a delightful contrast. The crispy, golden-brown paratha complements the hearty and flavoursome Nihari. Together they create a flavourful dining experience during the chilly mornings of winter. Read more: 5 Tasty Savoury Winter Pitha Recipes for Bangladeshi Kitchen Bhapa Pitha Bhapa Pitha stands as one of the most beloved winter pitha (rice cakes) in Bangladesh. Made from rice flour, grated coconut, and jaggery, this steamed cake radiates a beautiful smell. The preparation involves filling a small bowl with rice flour with the sweet coconut-jaggery mixture and steamed to perfection. Its soft, melt-in-your-mouth texture offers a delightful contrast to the sweetness of the filling. The subtle aroma of jaggery enhances its appeal. Bhapa Pitha has a comforting, mildly sweet taste, blending the crunchiness of coconut and the gentle sweetness of jaggery. It can be a perfect first meal on winter days in Bangladesh. Read more: Healthy Alternatives to Cakes and Cookies: 7 Delicious and Nutritious Swaps
Winters in Bangladesh bring a unique and delightful experience for food enthusiasts. The cool, crisp air sets the stage for a diverse array of delectable street foods exclusively available during this season. Blending the flavours of tradition and innovation, various winter-special street foods appear on the bustling streets of Dhaka to the serene corners of small towns. Let’s explore 10 winter street foods that tantalise the taste buds of Bangladeshis. 10 Delicious Winter Street Foods in Bangladesh Chitoi Pitha (Bengali Rice Cake) Chitoi Pitha, also known as Bengali Rice Cake, is a traditional delicacy of rural Bangladesh. Made from rice flour, it boasts a subtle and aromatic flavour. The history of chitoi pitha is quite old. This dish traces its origins back to ancient Bengal, with documented mentions dating back to the 6th century BC. These spongy cakes are often enjoyed with spicy chutney and bhorta. Chitoi Pitha captures the essence of Bangladeshi tradition in every bite and represents the rich culinary heritage of the region. Read more: 5 Tasty Savoury Winter Pitha Recipes for Bangladeshi Kitchen Bhutta (Corn on the Cob) Spicy Corn or bhutta is a cherished street food in Bangladesh. This delectable treat involves grilling or roasting corn on the cob and then seasoning it with a blend of spices and tangy condiments. Bhutta's popularity in the Indian subcontinent dates back to the British colonial period when the British introduced new corn varieties and encouraged its cultivation as a food crop. This delicious snack quickly gained popularity and remains a cherished part of street food culture in India, Bangladesh, and elsewhere in South Asia. It is known for its smoky, spicy, and slightly sweet flavours. Khejurer Rosh (Date Palm Juice) Khejurer rosh, or date juice, is a beloved beverage in Bangladesh. It is made from the sweet nectar of date palm trees, providing a naturally refreshing taste. Fresh date juice is collected by shaving some sections of a date palm tree, and collecting the juice in a clay pot overnight. Read more: 5 Tasty Sushi Recipes for Bangladeshi Kitchen Date palm juice was introduced to the Indian subcontinent by the Arabs in the Middle Ages and swiftly gained popularity. Even today, it remains a sought-after winter drink. This drink is deeply rooted in tradition and continues to be a favourite. It offers a sweet respite to all who savour its cooling embrace. Bhapa Pitha (Steamed Rice Cake) Steamed rice cake is locally known as Bhapa Pitha. While the history of Bhapa Pitha lacks extensive documentation, it has roots in the Bengal region of the Indian subcontinent. References to this rice cake are traced back to the early 19th century through Bengali cookbooks. Read more: 7 Tasty Cauliflower Recipes for Children This classic Bengali delicacy is made from rice flour, molasses, shredded coconut, and water. This popular snack or dessert is savoured in both the rural and urban areas of Bangladesh during the winter months. Bhapa Pitha is one of the most common winter street foods available during evening to night hours. Pakora (Fritters) Pakora, also known as fritters, is a beloved snack enjoyed widely in various cuisines. This crispy treat hails from ancient India, with early variations mentioned in Sanskrit and Tamil Sangam literature, although the exact recipes remain elusive. Today, pakora has transcended borders and become a popular snack and appetiser, particularly in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It can be crafted from an array of ingredients, including vegetables, meat, and seafood. It offers a versatile and tantalising addition to culinary traditions across the region. Read more: 7 Comforting Soups for Upset Stomach
Technology has revolutionized global networking, communication and traditional work procedures. Then came the Internet of Things or IoT which did the same all over again. In recent years the advancement of AI and robotic technology has reduced many workloads in our day-to-day life. Take cooking for example. Not all people enjoy cooking due to lack of time, skill, or interest. Now, what if we told you, you could get a robot to cook for you? Not just one dish but hundreds of them, all the while maintaining the exact taste every single time. Welcome to the age of AI robot chefs! Benefits of AI chefs and automated cooking robots Besides taking up the cooking challenge, AI robot chefs are also streamlining the process of food preparations. It’s making life easier with one less thing to worry about. For the culinary industry, AI robots are a game changer considering the efficiency they bring to the table. To sum up the benefits, AI and automated cooking robots can - solve the understaffing problem - bring smart kitchen collaboration - avoid the risk of food contamination - minimize food waste. Read more: AI & Future of Jobs: Will Artificial Intelligence or Robots Take Your Job? Best AI Robot Chefs of 2023 Most AI chefs today are made for industrial-scale operations. The main aim is to reduce human interaction and make the process of large-scale cooking easier. While a good number of AI cooking robots are still in the development stages, only a few have moved to industrial operations. Here’s our pick of the most advanced AI robot chefs operating in 2023. Flippy 2: The AI-powered frying chef Flippy 2 is the successor of Flippy, a robotic fry cook chef from Miso Robotics based in the USA. The new iteration brings AI integration to the already successful Flippy. And the results are incredible, to say the least. Flippy 2 is designed for industry-grade frying solutions. The robot uses separate baskets to fry different items at different temperatures. In this robot, the manufacturer has utilized a new feature called the AutoBin technology. This mechanism has been especially designed for low-volume specialty foods that cannot be fried in a large batch. For example, onion rings. The AutoBin automatically can efficiently monitor the raw material, frying size, and time. It can also decide the hot-holding time to wick away the extra oil after frying. Flippy 2 has undoubtedly reduced human contact ranging from placing the raw foods in the basket to preparing served portions. The closed-loop system increases productivity by 30% as claimed by Miso Robotics. Read more: Ai and Future of Content Writing: Will Artificial Intelligence replace writers? Nosh by Euphotic Lab: Automated cooking robot Healthy home food is just a NOSH away” – that’s the tagline of Euphotic Lab’s home cooking solution. What is interesting about Nosh is that its design has nothing like what we generally see in a robot chef. Usually, the robot chefs are large in shape bearing bulky robotic arms to move around stuff. Nosh is an automated robot chef featuring the design and size of a microwave oven.