he iPhone and iPad quickly found a place in the kitchen when they became available, with dozens of apps providing recipes and nutrition information to help you become a better cook. There have also been some weird and (not so) wonderful kitchen gadgets released over the years.
Recently, we’ve seen the Hapifork (about £74, hapi.com), which monitors how quickly you eat to help avoid overeating and stomach issues, while Kickstarter brought the world the SmartPlate (about £112, getsmartplate.com), which has a camera and sensors that enable it to analyse everything you eat. Even Jamie Oliver’s been at it, using the pukka Google Glass techno-specs to record videos while he prepares dishes so you can watch the process from the chef’s point of view. We all have to eat, and there are plenty of smart gadgets that can help you cook up a storm at home