Sook is one of the winners of a new concept in the Electrolux Design Lab 2008 competition. It was designed by Adam Brodowski. The device is an interactive wireless cookbook. Although it’s not that easy. Not only does it show and share various recipes, it also connects you to various social network services like Facebook. Sook uses a number of sensors to detect what foods are kept nearby or on the cutting board. In addition to measuring weight and moisture, it also contains an electronic tongue that tastes and examines food so that all ingredients can be better mixed.
The concept is pretty futuristic thanks to features like the electronic tongue. With this feature, you can cook your favorite restoration dish at home, you just have to give it sook to attempt. I can’t imagine how long it will take to develop something like this, but even without this feature, it will make a great addition to any foodie’s kitchen.