Friday, January 21, 2011

When Lazy Cook goes High -Tech

Before going to the title of the blog I need to share this info first. I've been using for other interests (photogarphy)  and that's where I  found out about this new blog entry. So from their own blog:
What interesting links, blog posts, videos and photos are being shared on Twitter by Bill Gates, TechCrunch, the WWF, Stowe Boyd, Fred Wilson, the New-York Times AND the people they find of interest? This is what SmallRivers' project is all about: turning a Twitter stream into an easy to read daily newspaper.
Twitter is currently a simple and fast way to point others to content of interest on the web. Twitter users do so millions of times a day, effectively giving their followers a glimpse of what they think others should see or read. Next to having followers, any Twitter thus follows others, generally a group of people they deem of interest and want to keep track of what they have to share. Any Twitter user is thus a kind of editor in chief, with the people they follow being trusted journalists. The sum of what is shared by them is thus a unique perspective of what is deemed of interest on the web on any given day. A bit like a newspaper.

So I created my own newspaper with the tag - food and cooking :

An important development that is sure thing to happen soon... Lazy cook goes high tech. Well perhaps the kitchen will soon be run by a robochef. Imagine your robochef is programmed to be an international chef that can cook all the best Italian, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, European-Asian, Pinoy dishes and cuisines, well that's for a software cost and upgrade...

So what's the topic all about for now it is a mobile phone or a smartphone:

LG has detailed a future where you’ll be able to download a recipe on your smartphone and then send it to one of the company’s microwave ovens to set the cooking instructions.
“A simple user scenario is that you have a smartphone, download a recipe and instantly the microwave oven recognises the temperature and cooking time and all you have to do is put in your food and press start”, explains James Choi, marketing strategy and planning team director at LG Electronics global, to Pocket-lint in a one-to-one interview.

So more reason to be lazy cook?  So keep it to your robochef to do the cooking, leave it to the androids and smartphones to help you decide what meal is best for your health (by checking and pushing the health/mood button to verify on your blood pressure/sugar, mood swing, temperament, psychological/emotional make-up for the day). Then you get prompted what is available on the ref and how the cooking/non-cooking - re-heating should be done. That's high tech cooking, lazy cook days are soon to come...


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