Just in time for a holidays, Food Network has launched a mint recipe chatbot on Facebook Messenger.
Through fun, accessible one-on-one conversations, users can now ask a bot directly for recipes, dish ideas and anniversary picks, culling from a collection of over 60,000 devoted Food Network recipes.
Think of it as your possess all-in-one, personal sous chef, food-based thesaurus and endless recipe box — right on your phone.
“We know that people are gentle regulating Messenger, and we know they rest on Food Network as their best crony in food, so this useful mobile knowledge is a healthy further to a digital offerings,” says Liesel Kipp, vice boss of product management.
So how does it work?
Within a Messenger app (just hunt for “Food Network” and strike “Get Started”), users can find recipes by keyword, ingredient, cook or show. Type in a word “Cookie,” for instance, to aspect a slew of tip cookie recipes. If it’s impulse we need, write “Browse” for a list of suggested filters. Or, try “Surprise Me,” a quirky curated underline that suggests kitchen tips and recipe ideas formed on stream events, holidays and fun daily topics.
You can even hunt by emoji.
Send a bot a Christmas tree to trigger a lovable intelligent response, along with Food Network’s best holiday recipes (and even an charcterised snowfall).
We live in a technological landscape where intelligent inclination like Amazon Echo and Google Home live a vital bedrooms along with a families. It’s no wonder, then, that this kind of culinary synthetic comprehension would make the approach into a kitchens as well.