I'm a recipe clipper. I read several newspaper's cooking columns, I subscribe to Sunset magazine, a bunch of cooking newsletters and I follow some awesome cooking blogs. I've got 1,232 notes in my Recipe Notebook in Evernote, my largest notebook.
Almost always, I read the recipe I'm following on my phone. I have a 3 inch ring binder with recipes printed out, but many times, I just go back to the website on my phone.
My phone usually has coconut oil smears and spices in the case. I've even learned that drips of water (yes, dangerous) are read as a finger touch on my phone's screen.
I was given a Belkin Tablet Chef Stand + Stylus to use in the kitchen and an tablet to try out with it. It's pretty awesome, it holds the device two ways and the stylus helps keep my messy fingers off the phone. And to make it even better, it all wipes clean, maintaining its shiny finish.
It's great having my recipe from some of my favorite Paleo cooking blogs, like Nom Nom Paleo and PaleoOMG on a big, easily readable device, angled so that I can best see it while cooking. An internet connected device is a great cooking tool, it ranks up there with my Santuko knife.
|Paloe Pumpkin Pie Granola Parfaits from PaleOMG.|
Another one of my foodie passions is coffee. I recently purchased an Aeropress and attended a workshop at Caffe Vita for different methods to brew coffee. There is a lot of science to the art of brewing, but brew time is an important factor. My phone has become my kitchen timer and the stand works great for that!
|Using my phone as a kitchen timer.|
And if any of Santa's Elves are reading this, that Galaxy Note 8 in the pictures was a loaner. I don't actually have a tablet but AT&T offers $100 off any tablet with two-year service agreement. Hint, hint!
Disclaimer: While I've got to return the Galaxy Note Tablet, the stand was mine to keep for reviewing it in this post. I think its pretty cool and wouldn't have written about it if I didn't really think that was cool.