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Thermal vision microwave shows when your food is cooked just right

For all the time they save us in food preparation, burnt tongues and frozen centers are an all too common occurrence when dealing with microwaves. But former NASA engineer-turned-inventor Mark Rober reckons nuking our food shouldn't involve so much guesswork. His take on the everyday kitchen appliance offers a thermal vision display of your food as it cooks, so you know exactly when it's time to chow down. Read More
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Cooki robotic chef whips up meals at the push of a button

Some claim that cooking is becoming a lost art, with many in Gen Y relying on frozen pre-packaged meals or eating out rather than learning the required skills from their parents. The Cooki from Sereneti Kitchen might not do anything to reverse this trend, but it could at least enable the cooking-impaired to enjoy a meal made from fresh ingredients. On display at CES in prototype form, this ambitious culinary contraption uses a robotic arm to whip up meals from pre-portioned ingredients. Read More
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Key Ingredient serves up its latest recipe tablet

If you're a meat-and-potatoes kind of person, the idea of a dedicated kitchen tablet could seem a little excessive. But if you consider yourself a one-person culinary sensation and spend hours trawling blogs, scribbling notes and emailing yourself exotic dishes, then storing recipes on the one device might seem like the best thing since the creation of Saran wrap. Key Ingredient's Recipe Tablet is built to endure the most chaotic of cooking environments, tapping into its massive online database to put an endless array of recipes at your grease-covered fingertips. Read More
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Bruvelo coffee maker is designed to automate your morning ritual

There was a time when all you did to make a cup of coffee was put in the grounds, add the water and press a button. Now, with the advent of 21st century technology laden machines such as the Arist, brewing the drink that gets your day started is looking more and more like a Silicon Valley project. Another recent entry into this new high tech coffee lifestyle is the smartphone app-controlled, wireless-enabled Bruvelo. Read More
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