The Suvie robocooker is a fancy piece of tech that is sure to take most of the work out of a well-cooked home meal. Developed by former Apple engineer Kevin Incorvia and Reviewed.com's Robin Liss, the Suvie robocooker is meant to work for those with tight schedules that lack the time to cook. The convenient counter-top device boasts the ability to boil starches, steam and roast vegetables and can even sous-vide and broil protein. The ability of the Suvie to cook food is incredibly impressive, but the true innovation of the product lies in the cooling ability of the Suvie. The machine is capable of keeping food cool before cooking, this allows users to simply place the food in the proper compartments and then set the timer on the machine to cook.
While users can build their own meals in the device, Suvie takes convenience another step further by offering recipe kits built for the device. The recipes were designed by home cook, and entrepreneur Michael Ruhlman. The advantage to these meal kits lies in the NFC tag attached to every kit. The tag can be scanned by the Suvie robocooker and lets the machine do all the work. Each NFC tag comes with instructions for the device that result in a perfectly cooked meal.