January 26, 2015
I was reminded of the brilliance of NYT Cooking again, by this roundup list. It’s a monstrous site, with a huge amount of pictures, videos and written word to help you cook and eat better.
How could this content make itself more useful in the kitchen?
Here’s a lil mockup (pictured above) of a basic “seeing space” for food prep.
Already, this creates a lot of questions.
Where’s the input? Voice? If information is projected, can we touch and manipulate, or are the controls separate, more like an Apple TV than an iPhone?
More helpful, would be direct input and feedback from the tools, and objects that you’re using.
“The point is, most of us struggle throughout our lives by giving too many fucks in situations where fucks do not deserve to be given.” - Not Giving
Pernil especial roast pork, mayo, onions, sweet plantains & Sophie’s special green sauce - $7.99