September 24, 2021 By JD Wells 2 min read

Deconstruct your dish and your cloud.

IBMer JD Wells teams up with Le Cordon Bleu Chef Roze Traore to deconstruct various ingredients you’re familiar with at home and take different approaches to transform those traditional ingredients into something spectacular.
Similar to Chef Roze’s seared Chilean sea bass with celery root puree and golden mushrooms, IBM has approaches and solutions to leverage your familiar VMware foundations to create a modern, unique hybrid cloud ecosystem specifically suited to your tastes.

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Download and try out Chef Roze’s dishes at home.

Seared Chilean sea bass with celery root puree and golden mushrooms

Creamy charred corn with mint blossoms and herbs 


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