We’ve all allowed a meal to burn at some point in our lives. Whether you’re an experienced cook or a beginner in the kitchen, burning a meal in the oven is going to happen at least once. Now, a new appliance aims to prevent that from ever happening again.
The Cinder Sensor Cooker has been developed by a team of engineers and cooks. Eric Norman, a former product developer at Toyota, and Jim Reich, a Lockheed Martin engineer, thought up the idea in order to help make people better cooks in their own homes. Norman and Reich have put their engineering expertise to use in a new capacity by creating an innnovative new cooker that ensures perfect results for any meal.
This new product aims to cook ‘restaurant quality’ meals that are prepared to perfection every time. The secret to doing so is ensuring even heat distribution across the entire surface of the Cinder Sensor Cooker. Using ‘smart sensors’, the appliance is able to adjust its own temperature based on the cooking profile of the ingredients you that you cook.
As such, you can ensure that your dishes will turn out exactly to your preferences. This will stop a rare steak from becoming medium and caramelised onions from being burnt. It is an impressive piece of technology that helps to eliminate split-second mistakes in the kitchen.
“Cooking is a uniquely human experience. A delicious expression of creativity and love. With Cinder, cooking is still hands-on, just with a freer hand,” reads a statement from the manufacturer. “It’s about empowering you to master the craft. It’s about helping you take your food—and the entire home dining experience—to the next level”.
The Cinder Sensor Cooker also works with an innovative iTunes application. You can use this app to control the cooking of your meal, customising it to ensure that it is exactly to your specifications.
This new cooker is available for presale. It will be released in Spring 2016. Read more about it here.