Saturday, September 29, 2007

Smart Kitchens, Part 2 of 3, Ovens

It seems so much of the world is on the go. Everyone is happy to save a little time. But, in the interest of saving time, real food has suffered. No one has time to cook real food anymore.

This oven is here to change it. With the smart oven, you can mix up a casserole in the morning, put it in the oven, which also has a refrigerator setting, and then call your oven on the way home and tell it to cook your food. By the time you’re home, dinner is ready to eat.

Honestly, though, how much time does it take to turn on the oven? If you can’t spare a couple of seconds to push a button or turn a knob, how much time will this oven save you? You can still mix a casserole and prepare a turkey ahead of time and keep it in the fridge. The only thing the oven saves you is the few calories it costs you to lift whatever you’re having for dinner. And even then, it doesn’t really save you that either.

Now a really cool oven would also prepare the food for you. It would be like out of the Jetsons, with a robot maid and everything.

So, overall, this oven is not a timesaver, so don’t waste your money.

Thanks Answers for the picture!

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