This holiday season, take the stress out of cooking your family's celebration by eliminating all the menu planning and grocery shopping. Several new services can send you meal kits to take the guesswork out of holiday hosting. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us the details in this Tech Minute.
Hot Logic appliances are designed heat or cook a meal and then maintain that temperature until you are ready to eat.
On the menu: Kobe beef, French onion soup, roast pork belly, and a whole lot more. You don't even need a can opener.
The Viante Home Products Intellisteam coordinates mealtime. Three individual cooking compartments all complete the cooking process at the same time.
Our dreams of snack delivery by unmanned flying machine didn't die with the Tacocopter. The Burrito Bomber has stepped up to fill the void.
The Aroma NutriWare Rice Cooker uses a saute function to help develop flavor. The countertop appliance can also steam food.
The Cuisinart Elite Griddler is a versatile countertop appliance that allows for easy cleanup. Reversible cooking plates make cooking a variety of ingredients easy.
Free new iOS app is meant to be an Instagram of sorts, only for food. Users document their meals by uploading photos with information such as place, type, and time.
Take the work out of planning meals or creating shopping lists by using this app.
Evernote Food is a free iOS app that lets you take photos and notes of meals you don't want to forget.