Abstract: According to one example, a system includes a computing device having a processor that is operable to display a first portion of a cooking recipe. The system further includes a heat source system having a heat source operable to provide an amount of energy to be used to cook a food item in accordance with the cooking recipe, and a processor operable to adjust the amount of energy provided by the heat source based on one or more communications with the computing device. The system further includes an auxiliary button system having an interface operable to receive an instruction to move from a first step of the cooking recipe to a second step, and a processor operable to transmit, via a second communication link with the computing device, an indication of the instruction.
Abstract: A stackable cookware article system may include a stackable handle having a grip portion including a projection and a hole configured for stacking with similarly configured handles. The hole may be adapted to receive in at least an upper inner surrounding portion a complimentary downward extending projection that extends from a substantially similar grip portion. When stacked, cookware articles, such as a series of vessels having progressively decreasing diameters, deploying the handle may stably stack in nested arrangements external portions of an inner nested vessel contacting the internal portion of an outer surrounding vessel in which it nests.