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May 3rd, 2020

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It turns out, kitchen nightmares can be averted with just a pinch of technology, and of course, a splash of Sriracha. πŸ‘Œ

If staying at home has you cooking up a storm, you might be logging some fails by now. In the wise words of Julia Child, β€œNo matter what happens in the kitchen, never apologize.” Lucky for you, the PH community is your perfect sous-chef.

First things first, if you’re fresh out of ideas on what to make, let Cook Magic be your friend. Launched last week, you can text the ingredients you have on hand and get a reply in seconds with tasty meal recommendations and recipes.

If you’re on the bread-baking bandwagon, you can get a fitness tracker for your sourdough starter. Monitor the height, temperature and humidity of your starter with Sourd.io.

Your oven can be smart, too. June created a computer-based oven to take the guesswork out of cooking times and temperature control.

And an oldie but a goodie, the New York Times has a free cooking app with over 17,000 chef-tested recipes.

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HIGHLIGHT
Cooking might be one the best perks of working from home, and one of the biggest challenges can be working from home with kids around, if you’re in that boat.

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