Technews 4 everyone: Google 'gets' the chef in you

Google 'gets' the chef in you

Google will put the recipe ingredients you. The technology installed a new function within your browser, entitled 'Recipe View', with which you can find cooking advice.
"Before you had to look exactly the recipe you wanted on our search field. Now you can filter your results by your favorite ingredients, the time you have available to cook until the total calories," says Kavi Goel, director of Google products .
This new feature is currently available only for the seeker in the U.S. and Japan, although the manager revealed that it could appear soon in other markets worldwide.
As an example, look up recipes on the terms "chicken pasta", users can choose to have your dish ingredients such as gorgonzola cheese, peanuts, lemon, tomatoes and Parmesan cheese until melted.
Likewise, they may choose from a range of 15 minutes to 1 hour for cooking time and up to the amount of calories, from 100 to 500.
"Recipe View is part of our recent efforts to enhance the user experience by doing a search and provide more structured data. This is a very exciting launch even from a technical standpoint," said Goel.

Google is a technology based in Mountain View, California, and was founded in 1998 to facilitate the search for terms on the Internet. He has more than 12 products in addition to the search unit, including Google Docs, Gmail, Picasa, Google Maps, Google Earth.
Source: Google Recipe View


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