Plate Cooker Heats Meals for Lone Diners
December 2nd, 2013
As the old saying goes, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” At the rate people are skipping meals these days, I think you can tweak that to, “Three square meals a day keeps the doctor away.” Skipping meals is unhealthy and basically messes with your digestive system. But with people so busy these days, who has the time to cook and eat three (or more) proper meals a day?
Working with that in mind, designer Ranhee Chung came up with the Plate Cooker concept.
It basically looks like a sandwich maker, except it doesn’t have grills on the inside. Instead, it has a plate with compartments to hold meat, soup, and veggies that’s just perfect to hold a balanced meal.
It’s essentially designed as a food heater, so it could individually heat frozen foods that you prepared earlier. A lot of people actually do this, and by this, we mean cook a big batch of good over the weekend and freeze it to be eaten in the succeeding week.
What do you think? Would you use something like this?
[via Yanko Design]