With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, it's time to start planning that big Turkey Day feast. Whether you're a novice cook or a semiprofessional chef, CNET's Kara Tsuboi has some app and tech recommendations to ensure a seamless -- and delicious -- holiday dinner.
Whether you're running the kitchen on the big day or just bringing a side dish or wine, I've got the perfect apps to make your holiday dinner better.
The Pantelligent frying pan on Kickstarter is way smarter than an average pan. It monitors temperature and knows when your food is done.
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Lamps that follow you around. Tables that bring you your dinner. They might one day be coming to a room near you.
Watch out. This sea monster is out to destroy humanity -- and your meal -- in Calamityware's latest geeky Blue Willow-themed dinnerware.
Whether you serve a nerdy turkey for Thanksgiving or a gingerbread AT-AT for Christmas, you've got plenty of options for boasting your geek pride at the holiday table.
All right, procrastinators: If you haven't made your Valentine's Day dinner reservations, don't despair. Technically, you still have time. CNET's Kara Tsuboi is here to save the day -- or at least your love life -- in this Tech Minute.
From smart cooking gadgets to ingenious small appliances, these six kitchen solutions want to come to your culinary rescue this holiday season.
The iDevices Kitchen Thermometer allows for remote monitoring of temperatures so that you can stay on top of what's cooking. Available with two probes or one, the kitchen helper comes with an app for smartphone and tablet communication.