A couple of weeks ago I thought of a solution to those who usually overcook or burn their recipes. The thermometer sauce pan will be a solution to those who are really “in” the cooking process, and can stay near their stoves while preparing their food.
But world is not that simple. Life either.
Many of us work, need to have fun, watch a movie or some match, and decide (or simply need) to cook. Then you got this gorgeous countdown clocks that kindly tell you that your time is up. You need to move your a*s and rush to the kitchen to set the stove (fire or induction) off.
If you have an induction stove, why can’t it come with a remote control? You can turn off the heat from wherever you are in your house. And you can continue with your movie, your blogging, knitting whatever, while you food rests in the due heat, and gets even more delicious.
- Burnt toast (sueghosh.wordpress.com)
- Fed Up’s Manly Kitchen Essentials (fedupfood.com)
- And this year’s Lifetime Achievement Kitchen Inspiration Award goes to . . . (mycookinglife.com)
- 10,000 Improved Cookstoves – The Beginning of Eradicating Open Fire Cooking in Mexico (greenreview.blogspot.com)