Demy touchscreen digital recipe device debuts

I remember my mom and my grandmother both had big recipe collections that they kept on 3 x 5 index cards. When it came time to cook dinner for a special occasion they would go to the box and pull out something to make that was usually good.

Today’s moms and grandmothers don’t have to mess with a big box of index cards for their recipes with digital alternatives available. A new device from Key Ingredient has been unveiled called the Demy digital recipe reader.

The device has a 7-inch touch screen that automatically changes orientation to landscape or portrait mode depending on how you place the device on your kitchen counter. Demy measures 5 x 7 inches and the maker says when standing upright it takes up about as much counter space as a 3 x 5 index card. You can enter recipes manually; download them from other sites, and copy and paste into its memory. The device is set to ship in May for $299.


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