Digital recipe reader is another high tech tool for the kitchen
There isn’t a “foodie” around who doesn’t have their own collection of hardly used cookbooks, or a file filled with food stained recipe cards that were passed down from their mom. Me, I have an accordion file filled with printed up sheets from foodnetwork.com. Out of order, messed up and tossed together. I’d love to have a PDA style device which could not only call up a recipe at the touch of a button, but print me up an ingredient list for a trip to the mega mart.
That leads to the Demy Digital Recipe Reader. With a 2500 recipe database capacity (with photographs), the Demy can be updated via USB. Users can upload their own recipes, or download via keyingredient.com. Clean-up wise, the Demy has a splash resistant exterior for easy cleaning with a damp cloth, and thanks to it’s 7″ LCD screen and accelerometer the home chef to switch between portrait and landscape modes.
Also, there are three built-in cooking timers, a conversion tool and substitutions database should you be out of a certain ingredient. Sadly though, it doesn’t appear to have that printing ingredient list feature. But there’s always hope for vs. 2.0!
It may seem like frivolous, but if we can have a paperless office, why not a bookless kitchen?
Coming in October for around $300.
Hat Tip – Oh Gizmo