The WokMon turns an average gas range into a stir-frying machine. Instead of a spread out flame, the device concentrates all the heat underneath the wok.
The T-fal Balanced Living WO400852 Wok with Steamer features a stackable steamer basket. The double-duty appliance can lead to new culinary paths.
The Weber Original Gourmet BBQ System transforms the grill into a combination cooker. Through the use of removable inserts, the system allows for easy griddling or wok cooking.
Blue River is working on an agricultural robot that can ID undesirable plants and dispatch them. It could help reduce the cost of organic produce.
At the Google I/O conference this week, people jumped out of an airship above downtown San Francisco to demonstrate one of the many uses for Google's Glass technology, in a first-of-its-kind stunt.
Students at China's Yangzhou and Shanghai Jiaotong universities are developing a cooking robot that can whip up 300 kinds of Chinese dishes. Chefs are not pleased.
The Wolfgang Puck Electric Gourmet 6-Quart-Capacity Wok with Steaming Tray offers countertop convenience.
MIT grad student cooks up a robot that can bake chocolate chip cookies from scratch. We're a little afraid to see how the trey taste though.
The Thermador 48-Inch Pro Grand Steam Range is a shining example of a kitchen centerpiece. A wide variety of cooking methods can be used with the one appliance.
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