While many people may like the "pop-in-your-mouth" texture of caviar,
not everyone likes the taste ... or the price. That's why Montreal
entrepreneur Naor Cohen created the grandly-named Imperial
Spherificator. It takes a liquid of your choice, and converts it into
fish egg-like pearls. Sriracha caviar, anyone?
Preparing food in the kitchen can be a messy and cluttered task. Conscious of this, two German brothers have design a chopping board that seeks to bring order to the kitchen. The Frankfurter Brett has extensible brackets into which kitchen containers can be slotted.
If you can't cook toast without burning it then pay attention: help may soon be at hand. The June Intelligent Oven is a computer-based countertop oven that's aimed at letting anyone produce restaurant-quality meals. It can recognize food, cook to preference and help plan the shopping.
Whether you need to spread it, measure it or slice it, a new device is claiming to make the process of using butter simpler. The Butter Boss is described as being like a "Chapstick for your butter," gradually dispensing it for easy use.
A new miniature cooker from Israel called the Genie is set to spark a
revolution in meal preparation – it's able to turn pods of freeze-dried
ingredients into full meals in as little as half a minute. Everything
from chicken and rice to a chocolate soufflé can be whipped up, and the
chefs working with the Genie inventors say that they're just getting
A group of Lund University students has created a kitchen that can be hacked to the preference of its users. The Ikea Hacka was a response to the "Concept Kitchen 2025" project that sought ideas for kitchens of the future. It is aimed at allowing for modification and personalization.