Demy – The Digital Recipe Reader

by Jessica on July 12, 2009

Last year, my Mother’s Day gateau was featured on Key Ingredient. And just a few short months after that, I was asked to test out KI’s new Demy, a digital recipe reader made to set up shop on the kitchen counter. It took almost a year, but the Demy finally arrived on my doorstep for me to try out!

In a sleek, splash-resistant design and sturdy plastic exterior, you can hold up to 2,500 recipes by syncing up to your computer through the enclosed USB cord. It even features three built-in timers and a conversion tool for those tricky measurement issues! Don’t have any buttermilk in the fridge for those cupcakes? Click on the substitution tab and save a trip to the store.

Demy

It took just a few short minutes to sync up to my KeyIngredient.com account and load recipes onto the Demy… and took up just a tiny bit of space on my kitchen counter. This was so much better than lugging the laptop and all the cords into the kitchen! Easy to use and technologically-forward!

If it sounds like the Demy’s for you, it’s available at MyDemy.com, Amazon and now, Neiman Marcus.

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1 nutmegnanny July 12, 2009 at 11:51 am

Wow that is so cool! It reminds me of the Kindle. I have tons of recipes that seem to either get lost or all shoved into a file that is never organized.

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2 Tracey July 12, 2009 at 5:00 pm

So cool!! Maybe someday…

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3 JoVonn July 12, 2009 at 9:34 pm

Sounds like something I need to put on my Christmas list…

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4 Katrina July 13, 2009 at 9:03 am

I’ve been wanting one of these ever since I came across an article for them.

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5 Nic July 13, 2009 at 4:17 pm

Genius! I want one!

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