Belling's Interactive Digital Cookbook: Cooking Made Easier

Belling's Interactive Digital Cookbook: Cooking Made Easier

Range Govindan
Oct 6, 2009

We knew that when the first ebook reader arrived on the market, it wouldn't be long until the digital revolution touched every part of our lives. It's taken a while, but digital cookbooks are also appearing, and no, they aren't just ebook readers, they are a whole lot more, helping you make complicated dishes in a cinch.

When you're cooking, there's nothing like seeing an example of someone doing it well. We know from Jacques P├ępin and Gordon Ramsay, that cooking is a great art. It can be easy, but it can also be tough. Luckily, Belling has come up with a digital cookbook called the Media Chef. It's an interactive cookbook, designed thin and filled with lots of cooking ideas. It's apparently good for cooks of all abilities and enables you to create culinary masterpieces. The Media Chef comes preloaded with 48 cook-a-long recipes, including exclusive content from top chef Brian Turner. It allows you to watch, follow, as well as master the recipes on its very handy 8-inch screen.

The digital cookbook comes with a remote control, letting you play, pause and rewind the demonstrations so that you can get them just right. It can also be used as a calendar, mp3/media player, and digital photo frame. It will sell for around $270. Sounds a bit pricey, but it's about the same price as a premium digital photo frame. In our opinion, it might be worth it if you can download additional content, preferably via a wireless network. It's also unclear if it is splash-resistant. If it isn't, you might be better off using a netbook.

[via Appliancist]

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