We're avid cooks and unlike most people, we don't mind admitting that about 75% of what we cook is from closely following other peoples recipes. Keep in mind that we only own one cookbook (Julia Child's The Way To Cook &mdash which is not an everyday cookbook), so we turn to our iPhone and the several cooking apps we have downloaded.
There have been many a time when we've washed and dried our hands over 15+ times during one preparing just because we had to keep looking at the recipe on our iPhone. But you know what &mdash it's worth every ounce of hand soap and water because those cooking apps were free and take the fuss out of finding recipes.
If we weren't renters (we aren't able to make too many changes in the place) and had a larger kitchen, we would most definitely install a Touch Screen Kitchen Computer right into the wall. Such an easy way to pull up your favorite kitchen blog and get to work. There are so many protective skins you could place on the screen to limit the amount of times you'd need to wash your hands.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to use tech in the kitchen:
&bull Using Kensington's Car Mount as a Kitchen Aid
&bull The DIY Touch Screen Kitchen Computer
&bull Waterproof Your iPhone for the Kitchen
&bull Mac Fits Right In with MonoChrome Kitchen
&bull DIY: Turn an Old Laptop Into a Kitchen Computer
There are so many other ways to incorporate tech into your kitchen besides a computer or iPhone and we love that that is where technology is heading.
Do you use tech in the kitchen?