It isn’t a real iPad, and it came out way before the actual Apple IPad, but it serves an important service in this New Zealand household. It holds recipes, makes shopping lists by using a barcode scanner that keeps an eye on supplies, and has a few other bonus features included.
It can’t be purchased it was handmade with love from a loving husband to his wife. It is fitted into the wall in the kitchen and when not in use it serves as a photo screen. The iKitchen as it’s called was created for about $1400.00.
Learn Something Fun: Kitchens have been around for centuries, however, it was not until post-civil war period that the majority of kitchen appliances were invented. The reason was that most people no longer had servants and housewives working alone in the kitchen needed culinary help.