We know there are plenty of budding chefs among the HEXUS readership, so for the latest instalment of our question of the week we're opening up the debate on high-tech kitchen gadgets.
It's a whole new world out there with WiFi-controlled slow cookers, egg trays that send alerts to your phone when your free-range are on the turn, and connected scales that claim to bring recipes to life. Some are quirkier than others, but reviews aren't easy to come by so which are genuinely useful in the typical home?
I've recently picked up an induction hob that works really well and I've ordered a new oven with pyrolytic self-cleaning. I'll find out soon if the latter is worth the cost, but I've gotten the bug and can see myself buying something I really don't need.
And it is that time of the year when sales and holiday festivities lead to purchases, so before we wake up on Christmas morning to self-heated butter knives, let's hear some honest-to-goodness feedback: which high-tech kitchen gadgets are actually worth buying? Share your thoughts and recommendations using the comments facility below.