Yes, this is just another weapon in my arsenal for The Fight to Buy Amanda an iPhone.
The tech revolution has been a long time in coming to the kitchen. Our coffee machines are so advanced that they can practically drive us to work, but Internet-controlled toasters and Web-enabled refrigerators became punch lines.
One high-tech cooking tool, however, has transformed the kitchen lives of many Americans: the cellphone.
It has become the kitchen tool of choice for chefs and home cooks. They use it to keep grocery lists, find recipes, photograph their handiwork, look up the names of French cheeses, set timers for steak and soft-boiled eggs, and convert European or English measurements to American ones.