Your kitchen is the heart of your home. It’s the place you cook, create, bake and have all of your loved ones join together. Now is the time to take some of the stress off of yourself and let a new gadget do some of the work.
Sometimes all you need to get inspired in the kitchen are a few new, handy tools. Plus, there’s no better time than fall to start cleaning out your kitchen and investing in some new items to try out. One of my favorite gadgets I found is the Hiku Shopping Button. It’s a magnet that scans barcodes and recognizes your voice to create a list straight to your phone. This means you will never get to the grocery store and wonder what you need.
Whether you’re looking to help get the correct measurements in a breeze or get alerts sent to your phone when your meat temperature is correct, I’ve found a gadget for you. Below, I have rounded up a few kitchen gadgets to make your recipes much easier.
William Sonoma’s Sansaire Sous Vide creates a current throughout the water to cook food gently and precisely to your desired temperature with a touch dial. It controls cooking temperatures so that your food cannot overcook. Quoted from a review on Williams Sonoma “Whether making fresh foods or pulling meals from the freezer, it is fast and makes the taste and texture of everything so delicious, including some freezer burned chicken that I added a little sweet thai chili sauce to.” It has a price tag of $200.
The Kitchen Art 57010 Auto-Measure is the best way to achieve the exact amount of seasoning with just a twist of the dial. It features twelve removable plastic compartments and over fifty-five spice labels. Plus, it rotates for easy access and each compartment pops out. Lastly, it can be mounted under your kitchen cabinets to clear your counter space. The auto-measure is currently just $31.
The William’s Sonoma Bluetooth Thermometer features two probes for easy temperature tracking of meats, fish or any dish you need for just $80. Plus, get alerts on your mobile device when your temperature is rising or at the desired heat. Lastly, it’s great to use for barbecues in the summer to check ribs as well as turkey’s Thanksgiving dinners.
Create pasta from scratch with the Philips Compact Pasta Maker. It takes just a few minutes and you can make an abundance of different noodles such as fettuccine, spaghetti, and more. Plus, it features perfectly measured flour and water compartments to ensure you have the right amounts for excellent pasta. It currently is on sale for just $179 and ships free.
What is your favorite gadget in the kitchen? Let me know in the comments below.