Chefman

22 Jan 19
market research reports

Global Electrical Wine Bottle Opener Market 2019 Industry Research Report provides important statistics, analytical and comparative data to give a complete understanding of the market Size, Share, Growth, Rising Trends, Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost Structure and Cost Market Electrical Wine Bottle Opener analysis.

16 Jan 19
Viral Gads

Wine is like a passion for some people. But struggling to open a bottle can never seem passionate. With a sleek design, Chefman Electric Wine Opener brings you the comfort you are looking when opening a bottle of wine. So you weren’t able to open that bottle. The screw did not even move a little […]

13 Jan 19
debexpert

Celebrate the big game with this prize pack that includes a TV, a Chefman air fryer and $125 in CBS All Access gift cards. This giveaway ends Feb. 3. via CNET Blogs https://cnet.co/2FnfXgV

13 Jan 19
Cutting Edge Host

Celebrate the big game with this prize pack that includes a TV, a Chefman air fryer and $125 in CBS All Access gift cards. This giveaway ends Feb. 3.

13 Jan 19
Best Reviews Online

Celebrate the big game with this prize pack that includes a TV, a Chefman air fryer and $125 in CBS All Access gift cards. This giveaway ends Feb. 3. Source: https://www.cnet.com/news/win-this-lg-65-inch-oled-tv-giveaway/#ftag=CADf328eec

13 Jan 19
News Trends & Tech

Celebrate the big game with this prize pack that includes a TV, a Chefman air fryer and $125 in CBS All Access gift cards. This giveaway ends Feb. 3. from CNET https://cnet.co/2RmwmIR

12 Jan 19
Ultimate Pocket

Today only, Best Buy is offering the Chefman Express 2.5L Analog Air Fryer for just $49.99 as part of its Deals of the Day. If your home is still lacking one of these helpful kitchen appliances, now’s the time to snag one as this deal saves you 50% off what it sells for otherwise. In […]

10 Jan 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1569465-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1569465-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1569465-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1569465-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ The Albicchiere Smart Wine Dispenser, shown at CES 2019, will serve any wine you put in it at the right temperature. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) PicoBrew’s PicoC uses ingredient packages paired to recipes from 160 breweries around the world to brew 5-liter kegs of beer. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Fridgecam from Starter can help reduce food waste and allows you to see the contents whether you’re home or not. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Whirlpool’s oven-glass display shows the time and date and provides schedule reminders for every member of the family. It will even tell you when to start dinner and when it will be ready. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Even the most dedicated culinary do-it-yourselfers will soon find it quicker and easier to achieve professional results, judging from the array of devices showing at CES this week. Manufacturers from around the world are dreaming up ways for kitchen appliances to respond to voice commands or learn to conduct processes automatically. Mega-manufacturer Whirlpool has many innovations in various stages of development. Most striking may be the oven-glass display that greets you in the morning with the time and date and provides schedule reminders for every member of the family. It will even tell you when to start dinner, and when it will be ready. Through a partnership with Yummly, users of Whirlpool smart appliances will be able to scan ingredients in their refrigerators and get a recipe suggestion from Yummly, followed by preparation tips, timers and more. Whirlpool also is introducing a countertop oven with all of the features of a conventional one. The Fridgecam from Starter can help reduce food waste by keeping an eye on your refrigerator — literally. The camera mounts inside the fridge door and takes a picture, sent automatically to your phone, every time you close the door. That enables you to see the contents even when you’re away. Other features include a best-before tracker to reduce spoilage and a shopping list that users can ask Alexa to manage. Currently available only in the U.K., it’s expected in the U.S. market in about a year for $200. With the Albicchiere Smart Wine Dispenser, you’ll put any still wine into the smart bag and the device, about the size of a coffee machine, will serve it at the right temperature. It’ll also store an open bottle of wine for up to six months. Use Alexa or Google Home for pairing suggestions or to check your supply Expected to be available in the U.S. within about a year, it will retail for around $280. PicoBrew’s PicoC uses ingredient packages, paired to recipes from 160 breweries around the world and containing milled grains, hops, yeast and water amendments, to brew 5-liter kegs of beer. Existing packs can be customized or your own recipes can be used. Grain to glass, it’s ready in 7 to 10 days. The new Picostill device, which works in conjunction with the brewer, can distill various types of liquors. The combo currently is $549 at picobrew.com. Various smartphone-linked devices at the Chefman booth included a pressure cooker with a built-in scale, a sous vide calculator that provides time and temperature with a few clicks, a toaster oven air fryer and a dehydrator. Chefman products are available at local stores and online. Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at Hrinella@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0474. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.
10 Jan 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1569959-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1569959-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1569959-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1569959-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ The Albicchiere Smart Wine Dispenser, shown at CES 2019, will serve any wine you put in it at the right temperature. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) PicoBrew’s PicoC uses ingredient packages paired to recipes from 160 breweries around the world to brew 5-liter kegs of beer. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Fridgecam from Starter can help reduce food waste and allows you to see the contents whether you’re home or not. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Whirlpool’s oven-glass display shows the time and date and provides schedule reminders for every member of the family. It will even tell you when to start dinner and when it will be ready. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Even the most dedicated culinary do-it-yourselfers will soon find it quicker and easier to achieve professional results, judging from the array of devices showing at CES this week. Manufacturers from around the world are dreaming up ways for kitchen appliances to respond to voice commands or learn to conduct processes automatically. Mega-manufacturer Whirlpool has many innovations in various stages of development. Most striking may be the oven-glass display that greets you in the morning with the time and date and provides schedule reminders for every member of the family. It will even tell you when to start dinner, and when it will be ready. Through a partnership with Yummly, users of Whirlpool smart appliances will be able to scan ingredients in their refrigerators and get a recipe suggestion from Yummly, followed by preparation tips, timers and more. Whirlpool also is introducing a countertop oven with all of the features of a conventional one. The Fridgecam from Starter can help reduce food waste by keeping an eye on your refrigerator — literally. The camera mounts inside the fridge door and takes a picture, sent automatically to your phone, every time you close the door. That enables you to see the contents even when you’re away. Other features include a best-before tracker to reduce spoilage and a shopping list that users can ask Alexa to manage. Currently available only in the U.K., it’s expected in the U.S. market in about a year for $200. With the Albicchiere Smart Wine Dispenser, you’ll put any still wine into the smart bag and the device, about the size of a coffee machine, will serve it at the right temperature. It’ll also store an open bottle of wine for up to six months. Use Alexa or Google Home for pairing suggestions or to check your supply Expected to be available in the U.S. within about a year, it will retail for around $280. PicoBrew’s PicoC uses ingredient packages, paired to recipes from 160 breweries around the world and containing milled grains, hops, yeast and water amendments, to brew 5-liter kegs of beer. Existing packs can be customized or your own recipes can be used. Grain to glass, it’s ready in 7 to 10 days. The new Picostill device, which works in conjunction with the brewer, can distill various types of liquors. The combo currently is $549 at picobrew.com. Various smartphone-linked devices at the Chefman booth included a pressure cooker with a built-in scale, a sous vide calculator that provides time and temperature with a few clicks, a toaster oven air fryer and a dehydrator. Chefman products are available at local stores and online. Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at Hrinella@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0474. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.
07 Jan 19
Hizdamnuyot

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06 Jan 19
Alexandre Beaudoin Bonotto Blog's

Chef IQ adds app control and cooking guidance to Chefman’s line of smart appliances. from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8193176 https://www.cnet.com/news/chef-iq-app-brings-smart-cooking-guidance-to-chefman-appliances-at-ces/#ftag=CADa08b18a

06 Jan 19
debexpert

Chef IQ adds app control and cooking guidance to Chefman’s line of smart appliances. via CNET Blogs https://cnet.co/2TyPLTC

06 Jan 19
News Trends & Tech

Chef IQ adds app control and cooking guidance to Chefman’s line of smart appliances. from CNET https://cnet.co/2Ax8Iid

04 Jan 19
I Heart Vegetables

My husband questioned the need for an additional appliance but when I saw a good deal on an air fryer, I couldn’t resist. I didn’t totally understand what an air fryer was but the promise of crispy textures with minimal oil won me over. So let’s start with the air fryer basics. What is an […]