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For those who have everything: The Demy

With the Demy, home chefs can consolidate stacks of cookbooks but still keep thousands of recipes “at their fingertips.”

With the Demy, home chefs can consolidate stacks of cookbooks but still keep thousands of recipes “at their fingertips.” Enter recipes via your computer or choose from those that other cooks have entered at Keyingredient.com. The touch-screen device can store up to 2,500 recipes and includes a timer and conversion calculator, all enclosed in a splash-resistant case that can be easily wiped clean.
Price: $200
Contact: MyDemy.com
Source: O magazine

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