Ever since I bought my Instant Pot it has become a staple for my household. With the ability to do everything in the kitchen except set the table, any kind of kitchen appliance that gets a great home cooked meal on the table is great with me. There are also double points if said meal can be cooked in a healthy manner.
As I was scouring Product Hunt, I came across this nifty device called the Tasty One Top by Buzzfeed.
Ben Kauffman, the creator of this nifty gadget says that “The One Top isn’t just a hot plate… it can do everything from Sous vide, Simmer, Saute, Pan Fry, Deep Fry, Stir Fry, Poach, Slow Cook, Sear & Grill. – All in one device, while following our growing collection of Tasty recipes with incredible precision.” Judge for yourself. –
So let me get this straight – this special pot connects to recipes on Buzzfeed and cooks whatever is in it to the correct time and temperature as specified on the app – Get out of Town! I don’t have to think or use those elementary school math skills – But I’ll miss those. At any rate I would buy this as a gift for myself and my extra special loved ones. I say add this as a gift list, wish list item. Currently in reservation mode and when available it will retail for anywhere between $149 to $175 and will be available in November 2017.
You must also get the Tasty App
I happened to find this device while I checked out Buzzfeed’s Tasty App. You know those viral cooking videos that make your mouth water – those are part of Buzzfeed. Get a new recipe and instructions right on your phone. I cook in the kitchen with my phone so it only makes sense. Putting the Tasty One Top with the Tasty App and you see the future of technology and cooking.
This has quickly become one of my favorite cooking apps that I use a lot.
I hope to see even more recipes on this app. Here’s a sneak peek of a screenshot of the app on my phone
Honorable Mention: Fondoodler
I don’t know if I can get used to that name. Sounds like something Austin Powers would name his little friend. The Fondoodler is cheese expelling tool. Another product by Buzzfeed which is in fact very real. Retailing for around $30 to $40 the Fondoodler helps you build your own nacho bar with easy clean up.
Looks a little cumbersome. Great novelty gift but loses the essence of picking up messy nachos and getting cheese on your shirt.
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