Blogging the NY Times: Your Cell Phone Is An Indispensible Kitchen Gadget

Blogging the NY Times: Your Cell Phone Is An Indispensible Kitchen Gadget

Ryan
Jan 23, 2009

We have always known that someones cell phone is one of, if not the most important gadget that they own. You pretty much always have it on you, you can surf the web, it carries all your contacts, your appointments and now it also makes sure that your vegetable lasagna is on the right track. That's right, the Dining and Wine section of The New York Times had a recent article proclaiming the cell phone as an indispensable kitchen gadget. We completely agree.

Image via Matt Cutts

It's almost scary to think about how much we rely on our cell phones. Most of us don't even have landlines anymore. But it is also great to know that you can look up a recipe, ensure the proper meat to salt to spice ratio, and keep a running grocery list on your trusty companion so that you always know what you need when you happen to find yourself popping into the grocery store. Picky about having the perfect hard boiled eggs? There's an app for that too. If only my phone could make sure dinner was ready when I got home....

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