Panasonic have recently embarked upon a singular crusade to make your kitchen look as stylish as possible and have bequeathed unto your granite surface a new range of incredible looking appliances. First up are the Panasonic NT-ZP1 / NT-DP1 Toasters. The sleek reflective surfaces looked amazing, although tended to pick up a lot of dust … Continue reading Panasonic New Design Icons for the Kitchen
Latest Gadgets got the chance to sample some space-food last week in preparation for National Science & Engineering Week (9-18 March). Although we didn’t get to leave the atmosphere to sample the amusing bouches, we did get to meet someone who has: Britain’s first astronaut Helen Sharman. Whether we were chowing down on the Mars … Continue reading National Science & Engineering Week
I won’t start with a coffee pun as they’ve all bean done – especially at comedy roasts (sorry) but I do love my coffee. In fact judging by the number of coffee shops around me pretty much everyone in Central London loves the stuff. But what if you’re out and about and dying for a … Continue reading Grower’s Cup: Coffee on the go
Healthier chips! That’s the promise from Tefal, which has recently launched the latest version of its number one selling kitchen appliance, the Actifry. Now, I’m always a bit wary of kitchen gadgets – in most houses (even in ours where I’m always experimenting in the kitchen) they get used a couple of times and then … Continue reading Healthier frying from the Tefal ActiFry Plus
It’s easy to make fun of celebrity chefs, especially Jamie Oliver – ask any lazy comedian. But it’s also worth noting that as a nation a lot of us eat *terrible* food when we really don’t need to. There’s a fallacy that good food is expensive and time-consuming and Mr Oliver has gone out of … Continue reading Jamie’s Recipes for iPad
As any London-based gourmand knows, the capital offers an amazing range of eating options, which can at times be over-whelming or even obscured by numerous steak houses and burger bars. Apps like Urban Spoon and Yelp are great for listing nearby eateries but have a tendency to swamp you with choices when you hit Zone … Continue reading London on a plate iOS app
From apps that can turn your iPhone into a stethoscope so that you can listen to your own heartbeat, to an app that encourages you to lick the screen to curb pangs of hunger, there’s an app for just about anything these days, although the latest app press release to arrive in the LG inbox … Continue reading The Wild Jam Maker App: Possibly the most ‘fruitful’ app in existence
Seeing a man chow down on his cheese and herb pizza and take out his BlackBerry to use Twitter might be about to become normality after details of a new unique restaurant review website emerged. TwitReview, which begins with a private beta launch in March before a full public unveiling later, spins on the idea … Continue reading TwitReview: It’s rude to eat and tweet at the same time. Or is it?