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Qooq recipe and cooking tablet PC

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2009

Qooq recipe and cooking tablet PCCooking tablets and recipe readers are usually very blah, but this one looks like it might actually be great for cooks. The Qooq is a 10.2-inch kitchen helper that features the usual recipes, along with meal prep videos, instructions and even advice on choosing the right ingredients, shopping lists, meal planners and more.

All of that info can be updated monthly with a subscription. It sports a touchscreen, Ethernet and USB ports, SD slot, WiFi, and a built-in stand. There’s no browser, but it does have built-in weather, digital photo viewing, and internet radio apps, which is cool.

Star Wars cookbooks

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

Star Wars cookbooksYou’ve got your Fancy replica lightsaber, your pajamas and you attend all the conventions. You cross dress and wear your hair in Leia buns. Remember that surgery you considered to make yourself look more like Jar Jar? Despite all of that you can’t actually live in the Star Wars universe. But you can eat like you do.

With the help of the Star Wars cookbooks, you’ll be making Wookiee Cookies, Jedi Juice Bars, Dark Side Salsa, Boba Fett-Uccine, and more. Rachael Ray ain’t gonna show you how to make these dishes. Two volumes full of recipes from a galaxy far far away.

Demy Digital Recipe Reader for the kitchen

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2008

Demy Digital Recipe Reader for the kitchenIf you do a lot of cooking, you’ve probably thought about getting a laptop or other device just for your kitchen so you can always have recipes on hand. The Demy Digital Recipe Reader is all you need for your recipe needs. It will show you all of your ingredients so you can make light Martha Stewart. The device is small so it won’t take up much room and it has a touchscreen display.

If you’re looking for something new to eat, it features a recipe database as well. The built-in memory will let you store 2,500 recipes. You can transfer them via USB. As you might expect, it’s splash resistant and even has three cooking timers, a substitutions database and a conversion tool. You can pre-order it for $299 and it will be available by the end of the month.