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September 11, 2005

MorphWorld: Cooking Thermometer into iPod


When I turned the page in the Williams–Sonoma catalog earlier today I stopped, transfixed, when I saw the device pictured above.

What's this?

An iPod knock–off at Williams–Sonoma?

I mean, what's with that click wheel–like thing and screen and overall shape and proportions?

Turns out it's a digital cooking thermometer that's got intelligence.

    From the website:

    Our digital thermometer ensures perfectly cooked meats and poultry.

    It precisely monitors cooking temperatures and counts down cooking times, automatically adjusting itself if the cooking process is faster or slower than anticipated and alerting you with a voice or beep alert when your meat is almost done.

    Reminder intervals can be set from 30 minutes to one minute from completion.

    Use preset doneness ranges from rare to well-done for beef, pork, poultry and veal, or program your own preferences.

Requires 3 AAA batteries (included).

$29.95 here.

Tell you what, if you get confused or punchy and mistake it for your iPod you'll get a rude surprise when you put on the earphones....


How do you spell 911?

September 11, 2005 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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