It’s that time of year everyone looks forward too! The potatoes, the stuffing, every pie imaginable. Are you the one hosting the whole family and have to cook for 15 people? Take a look at the Top 5 ways Technology can make your Thanksgiving easier.
The Electric Carving Knife. Have you ever had to cut up a turkey with a semi-sharp blade? It’s not the quickest or easiest process. Get yourself an electric carving knife! Electric knives are handy small appliances that deserve a spot in every kitchen, especially during the holidays. This is a time-saver and is one of the best devices for a hassle-free Thanksgiving.
Video Calling Services. Are you in Boston while your kids are in Colorado? Well, we can solve that issue with video calling services. Apps like Skype, FaceTime, Viber, or any other video conferencing service make is easy to see and converse with your loved ones while hundreds of miles away. Don’t let distance keep you from spending time with your family or friends.
Wireless Thermometers. It’s very easy to overcook your turkey if you’re not careful. Oven temperatures are always different and vary depending on brand, age, even type. A meat thermometer will make cooking your turkey a much easier task. A wireless thermometer can offer much more flexibility. You don’t need to sit there staring at the turkey waiting for the thermometer to pop! You can take a break, and invest in more time with the family. You can be sure your turkey will be turned out perfect!
Football Game or The Parade. What happens when the game is the same time as the Parade? There’s a simple fix! DVR, Tivo or any of your favorite streaming service allows family members to record any holiday TV and save for it later. So you can watch the game live and the Parade later!
Smart Devices. A smart assistant not only plays your favorite Holiday playlist with just a voice command but can also make your life a lot easier. Whether it be Amazon’s Alexa, Google Home, or any other smart assistant you can ask each device to set a timer for your potatoes, give you a great recipe for stuffing, or even ask which wine will pair best with your meal. A smart assistant isn’t essential but nice to have for such a busy time.