Palate Smart Grill: Cook Food To Perfection Using Your Smartphone

Palate Smart Grill: Cook Food To Perfection Using Your Smartphone

Investing in an expensive culinary degree doesn’t guarantee you’ll be a great cook. It takes years of practice to hone kitchen skills needed to create elaborate meals. Is it worth going through the painstaking process?

Not with the Palate Smart Grill around.

Palate Smart Grill with official app.

The smart kitchen device cooks food to perfection using detailed sensors, electric heat and complex algorithms that detects when to stop cooking. Like most smart home gadgets, the Palate Smart Grill is controlled using a dedicated app. Recently launched at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2014; the impressive kitchen tool boasts an easy 2-step cooking process that can be executed by virtually anyone.

The superior grill can cook meat, fish and vegetables. The versatility of the device alone will catch your attention, but perhaps the most jaw-dropping feature is its ability to cook food based on personal preference or doneness. Using precision cooking, the Palate Smart Grill can fire up a steak to medium-rare without going over. It can also lightly cook vegetables without charring the outside.

Palate Smart Grill official app cooking meat.

After a long day, the last thing you want to do is wait for your food to finish cooking. The device can’t cook your food in a blink of an eye, but it can do something better. It can hold your meal until you’re ready to eat it. This means you can setup a dish in the Palate Smart Grill, accidentally forget to do an errand, do the errand and come back to a perfectly cooked meal. For individuals with unpredictable schedules, this kitchen tool is essential.

The creators of the device obviously put a lot of work into this product. It’s simple, powerful and comes close to a gadget that you absolutely need to have in order to cope with the increasing pace of the modern world.

Palate Smart Grill slowly being opened.

Is it finally time to replace your clunky George Foreman grill? We think so.

Meet Michael Cheng

Michael is a writer, tech enthusiast and marathon trainer. He enjoys building connections, fiddling with new gadgets and spending time outdoors.
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