While experienced cooks might be able to measure by eye, most of us are better off using a weighing scale. Drop is a smart scale and accompanying app that will measure any ingredient you desire.
It’s more precise than using a regular kitchen scale and the app lets you select recipes and the scale will detect when you’ve added the right amount of each ingredient, as well as telling you when to add the next one.
Samsung’s refrigerator comes complete with an 8-inch WiFi connected touchscreen display, which lets you access all the cooking apps you need, as well as music and radio services like Pandora for some in-kitchen entertainment.
The display also acts as an interactive memo pad, so there’s no need to stick post-its on this fridge.
There’s nothing worse than deciding what you’re going to make for dinner then realizing you’ve run out of the ingredients. Neo smart jars can help curb that by monitoring what you’ve got left in the pantry.
The jars recognize how much is left in them, the nutritional content and best-before dates. If you are running low or it’s going out of date, the connected app will notify you and add the items to a shopping list.
If you’d rather a beer instead of a cocktail, grab yourself a PicoBrew. The clever machine lets you brew your own 5 liter kegs using licensed recipes from over 400 craft and home-brewers around the world.
Interestingly, you can also use the brewer as a sous-vide machine to cook.