At the 1964 World's Fair in New York, the high-tech kitchen of the future featured push-button appliances that assembled automated meals made by machines. Fifty years on, technology is giving us more individualized--and efficient--control of home food preparation.
Computerized blenders, juicers and coffeemakers have revolutionized our favorite beverages. WiFi-connected devices, such as the WeMo-enabled Crock-Pot smart slow cooker, can be operated remotely via a smartphone app. Three-dimensional printing has moved into the kitchen, thanks to a product called ChefJet. What else does the future hold? Here are seven products to try now.