Demy, the digital recipe reader
I’m not sure this is a solution to the recipe-wrangling problem, and since it will cost $299, I’m not likely to find out. If you do, please report on the Demy, claimed to be the first and only kitchen-safe recipe reader. Not quite clear what that means, except wipeable.
Room for up to 2500 recipes, and sync-worthy with your account at keyingredient.com. Not available until May, but you can pre-order from Amazon.
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I dunno about you, but my treasured recipes are mostly not online. They’re either scribbled on scraps of paper or in elderly grease-stained cookbooks with collapsed bindings. So I’m wondering, could I download favorite cookbooks into a Kindle instead? And then just be very, very careful with the grease?
2 Responses to “Demy, the digital recipe reader”
It’s an interesting concept, and I think that if it was a lot cheaper it could really take off, but its the price and limitations on recipes that is a real put off. Is it really that much of a hassle to right down a recipe, or check it on the computer?
Very interesting. I like the idea, but it’s a bit over priced. But still, I’m sure that will be a pretty good seller….