Five Kitchen Gadgets That Every Geek Should Own

Five Kitchen Gadgets That Every Geek Should OwnThe geek community isn’t exactly widely known for spending much time in the kitchen. In fact, the stereotypical geek only goes to the kitchen to grab a Mountain Dew and some Cheetos before retreating back into their cave to continue their marathon of mayhem in their MMO of choice.

The reality is that geeks are about as diverse as any other cultural group. There are beer geeks, gaming geeks, Apple geeks, and even cooking geeks. If you don’t believe me, just take a look at the massive amount of kitchen gadgets available on infomercials and eBay.

Either way, there’s no reason our kitchens shouldn’t be fitted out with the latest and greatest gadgets. After all, if cooking is a science, shouldn’t we geeks consider the kitchen to be our own personal laboratory?

Here are five kitchen gadgets that every geek should own.

Article Written by

Ryan Matthew Pierson has worked as a broadcaster, writer, and producer for media outlets ranging from local radio stations to internationally syndicated programs. His experience includes every aspect of media production. He has over a decade of experience in terrestrial radio, Internet multimedia, and commercial video production.

  • http://twitter.com/davidclare1 David Clare

    The toaster is the winner for me! :-)

  • Matthew Arevalo

    I think I’m going to get this toaster.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bwilke1164 Bob Wilke

    I have the Aeropress. It’s the Best money I have spent on coffee. Nice and rich and clean up is a breeze. Now if that Toaster did bagels i’d be set.

    • http://twitter.com/ZachSB Zach Solomon-Beloin

      Bob — the toaster does appear to do bagels, according to the amazon link above.

  • Curtis Coburn

    Samsung has a refrigerator that can basically be used as a Tablet. It stores recipes on it, plays Pandora, has a Timer, and also has social networks on it.t I think it is pretty cool, because you will not even have a tablet in the way. That’s especially good if you have a small kitchen.

  • Alex

    How about the Cylon toaster?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XOVD2ZULVUS5XCZTHNJ66YBQNM Rocco

      I love those well toasted Cylons myself, but nothing beats a warm, heapin’ bowl of Loosner’s Castor Oil Flakes!

  • gizmo4me2

    The toaster look and sound great, no more burnt fingers or cold toast. I may try that one

  • http://www.facebook.com/gregalderco Greg Alder

    Fun. I especially like the ingenuity of the lasagna pan

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OUBPKL3BV6OT42TENFFL2IC56A Greg

    the lasagna pan is pure genius – a non complex shift in design thinking that actually improves the end product by a huge margin. Compliments to the inventor – maybe a potential Nobel nominee….

  • http://twitter.com/LindaBl63487293 Linda Blair

    You can use that tablet computer as a cutting board.

  • http://twitter.com/LindaBl63487293 Linda Blair

    I paid 10 dollars for a one cup coffeemaker with permanent filter, love it.

  • http://twitter.com/LindaBl63487293 Linda Blair

    I went to your link on the toaster….all the reviews are bad.