Raise your hand if you’ve found the perfect recipe that you want to try but the thought of cleaning up afterwards got you stopped dead? Consider me guilty. My Instagram feed is usually filled with baking recipes I want to try or the latest dumpling baking technique, but the thought of wasting my pristine kitchen space and then spending more than 2 hours cleaning up any mess is enough. too much to do on a Sunday night. The greatest chefs are the ones who have experienced the most in their kitchen and armed with those kitchen appliances – like a hands-free timer, a kitchen purifier disguised as a lamp, or even a kitchen with a hidden vegetable / dishwasher – I am willing to spend more time cooking than cleaning. Now if only someone invented self-cleaning plates but until then let’s not wait to cook up a storm!
Vita Neo was designed and built to create space in the kitchen by merging the sink and the dishwasher. The countertop sink features a stainless steel finish that mimics the jet black and reflective nature of classic induction hobs. When inactive, the surface of Vita Neo is continuous and unobtrusive, creating more counter space when cooking or cooking. Whenever users choose to activate the dishwasher, a sensor LED display screen will light up to reveal the various functions of Vita Neo, including washing vegetables and shellfish as well as washing the dish. washing up. Built with what appears to be a soft-close lid, Vita Neo uses built-in pivot hinges and a padded and vacuumed liner to open and close.
The contactless timer gives you the option to set the timer in hands-free mode. When in its default mode, the device works like a clock, but when you bring your hands together, the device turns into a kitchen timer. You can set the timer for hands-free mode by bringing your hands together to wake up the clock. You can set the hands remotely and the further away your hands are, the more time is added to the clock.
Gökçe named its design the Fortido induction cooker – an innovative yet practical solution for quick and tasty meals in all types of cuisine. The lower level cooktop slides out like a drawer for convenience and is a godsend to have as an accessible feature. The radical induction cooker design makes it perfect for modern homes that have a small footprint or even our favorite tiny homes! Fortido makes the difference between a hot comfort food or a cold, crushed convenience store sandwich for people who move apartments frequently.
Chopbox is a smart cutting board that has many unique features, but most relevant in these “unprecedented times” is the fact that it can actually kill germs on your kitchen utensils and space! Get rid of countertop clutter and those extra kitchen accessories with this must-have upgrade. You can easily sanitize your knives and cutting surfaces, embrace your inner quarantine chef with germ-free cooking thanks to Chopbox’s built-in sanitizing UVC light – you see, I told you, this board is on and literally! We clean our knives but do we ever think of germs in knife blocks or crevices in our cutting boards? With Chopbox, all you have to do is place your knife between the two cutting surfaces and activate the small but powerful 254nm UVC light which can disinfect up to 3 knives at a time as well as both surfaces. cutting. “Just one minute of exposure to UVC light is guaranteed to kill 99.99% of germs and bacteria.
Every kitchen is different, there is a great variation in the depths and heights of the cabinets and drawers; the design of this Guttman hob has therefore remained light without compromising on advanced technology and materials. It was important to highlight the drawer during use and to assemble all the components in one central area for an intuitive user experience – optimizing storage and making cooking a stress-free process. Cooktops are used every day and they need to be durable to withstand constant cleaning and cooking. It can wear down even the most enthusiastic chef and owner to maintain devices. To facilitate this, all components have been manufactured with precise dimensions so that they fit directly into the dishwasher. This cooktop setup should go straight above your kitchen wishlist!
We’ve all wanted to open the windows at some point in cooking not because of the smell but because of the particles that would otherwise circulate everywhere. The ‘Keling’ is a conceptual air purifier combined with a kitchen lamp. The bottom is designed to absorb fine dust generated during cooking while the top emits purified air. The height is adjustable and filter replacement is more convenient than cleaning bulky exhausts. You can also sync it with your smartphone to control lighting, fine dust, cooking, filter and wind direction through the mobile app.
Rather than living with that old, rancid, smelly garbage for 3-4 days, the Alone Food Waste Processor offers a discreet way to dispose of small amounts of food at a time. Its unique right-angled triangular shape allows it to fit easily into a corner of your kitchen, and its tall design makes it easy to remove the trash and toss your things in without bending over too much. The Alone Food Waste Processor then breaks down your food, turning it from waste material into a harmless, odorless, nutrient-dense fertilizer that you can use in your own backyard or backyard.
Cooking for the first time can be scary – all literally playing with fire! The last thing you need are any splashes and spills to clean up after. This is where the Frywall comes in. Secure Frywall around your pan and it always stays on its toes, protecting your stove even when you stir with a spoon or flip with a spatula. Still, it lets the steam escape, so the proteins roast without getting soggy. You get the freedom of an open pan, with much less mess. And just roll it up and put it away when not in use! Now experience fearlessly in the kitchen!
There is something simple and beautiful about this cutting board with storage box designed by Dewel. It ticks all the boxes of a good product design, solving problems without creating new ones. You cut up your veg or any other food that needs to be sliced, then store the sliced pieces in the container and use it to empty the contents directly into your cooking container, or use the board to peel and store any leftovers. and peels in the container, which then empties into the trash.
The Cheat Sheets are essentially, and this reference couldn’t be more apt, social distancing containers for your ingredients. You use the same griddle, but the silicone Cheat Sheets cookware sit ON the griddle, giving you miniature compartments for cooking your food. Vegetables like asparagus that require shorter cooking times can be added in the same pan as salmon, which needs more time in the oven. Once you feel like the asparagus is cooked, just enter your cooking mitt and remove the asparagus container from the oven and let the salmon cook inside again. It’s easy, simple, and here’s the best part: your hob never gets dirty!