UNOWHY, French digital company, announced the U.S. launch of “La tablette QOOQ”, the first interactive touch-screen tablet made especially for the kitchen. This device will delight, as well as people who already cook and those who do not getting along the kitchen as well. Next time if you don’t know what you are going to cook the QOOQ will help you decide. With more than 1200 recipes already entered QOOQ, boasts a well-organized interface so that the dishes are in order of seasonality, dish type, ingredients and themes.
This 10-inch French made tablet contains fun facts about each produce, their popular use and what to look for in order to get the best quality when buying from the market. You can click on diary-free, gluten-free, vegetarian etc to suit your specific requirement. Each recipe will show the estimated time to cook, the difficulty level, number of calories, nutritional facts, and the estimated cost.
QOOQ contains catalog of over 4,000 exclusive recipes from more than 100 of Europe’s most acclaimed chefs. QOOQ provides a interactive guide to create delicious appetizers, meals and desserts through HD video, photos and text as tools to guide users. Also, unlike other tablet computers, QOOQ is designed to be spill-proof, non-slip, and survive the wear and tear of the kitchen.
You can improve your own talents with the QOOQ and making life simpler in the kitchen with help from some of Europe’s leading and most celebrated chefs in their field, including:
- Emmanuel Renaut, of the three-Michelin-starred restaurant “Le Flocon de Sel” (Megeve, France)
- Francois Adamski (Bocuse d’Or and “Meilleur Ouvrier de France”), of the Michelin-starred restaurant “Le Gabriel” (Bordeaux, France)
- Rouguy Dia, of Petrossian’s “Le 144” (Paris, France)
- Amandine Chaignot, Michelin-starred chef at the Parisian Palace “Le Raphael” (Paris, France)
- Guillaume Gomez, youngest “Meilleur Ouvrier de France,” at “Le Palais de l’Elysee,” the official residence of the President of France (Paris, France)
- Nicolas Sale, Michelin-starred chef at the restaurant “La table du Kilimandjaro” (Courchevel, France)
- Thomas Boullaut, of the Michelin-starred restaurant “L’Arome” (Paris, France)
- Mikael Feval, of the Michelin-starred restaurant “Antoine” (Paris, France)
- William Lamagnere, pastry chef of the restaurant “La Closerie des Lilas” (Paris, France) and former pastry chef of “Laduree”
Additionally QOOQ’s personalized features allow users to input their own favorite recipes and share with friends, create weekly menus and shopping lists, and automatically adjust ingredient quantities. QOOQ’s provides Internet access, Web browser, access to email and social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, video and MP3 players, online radio, weather app, and digital photo album capability.
This tablet will be especially useful for newcomers, because it gives step by step instructions on every little thing you’ll need the right ingredients, spices, and even accessories. Each component also has a screen images to help you in case the name is confusing, and If you want to get a little more fancy meal then tablets may suggest wine pairings.
You will also be able to purchase additional recipes, individually or in themed recipe packs, or subscriptions for $99.00/year. QOOQ’s price in the U.S. is $399, so it’s cheaper than some restaurant per night.