Tech of the Week: Home Cooking Edition
As the air becomes a little bit brisker, we find ourselves wanting to get a wee bit cozier. And there’s really nothing like home cookin’ in the fall and winter months. So, for today’s tech roundup, we turn to the art of eating in. Whether you’re a shortcut chef, calorie counter, or farm-to-table junkie, here are 10 apps, gadgets and doodads that will make supper at home even more creative, efficient, and local.
Shortcut Chefand 2: You know we love shortcuts, especially in the kitchen. When you’re delving into the world of home cooking, these 24 tools will most definitely help your cause.
5. This Is A Cookbook: Featured last week here on Brit.co, This Is A Cookbook is a new kind of cookbook, for the digital generation. Brothers Max and Eli Sussman created an interactive cookbook complete with digital and physical versions, photos, and playlists.
6. Tablet Kitchen Stand + Wand: When you’re looking at recipes in the kitchen, it can be a pain to wash and dry your hands every 2 minutes because you need to use your tablet. This stand features a touchscreen wand making it a breeze to use even if your hands are dirty.
7. Chef Sleeves: Or if you really need to get those cookie dough-covered fingers on the screen, cover your tablet with a Chef Sleeve. Also helps protect your tablet from unexpected spills! Works for smartphones too!
10. Graze Herb Stripper: Finally, a new kitchen gadget concept. This doodad makes it easy to prep herbs for cooking. No one loves the task of pulling rosemary leaves off a rosemary stem. Graze makes it easy, and the comb-like shape has a variety of widths for all the herbs in your garden. Graze is currently in production over at Quirky.