The VIA Modular Cooking Unit Makes Any Meal on Your Countertop

 - Oct 24, 2012
References: coroflot & tuvie
Anyone confused about how to best use the various appliances throughout one's kitchen might be less intimidated by the VIA Modular Cooking Unit. Its small size and its specialized components make it easier for an amateur to prepare a wide variety of meals with the one gadget and none of the confusing buttons, knobs, racks and dishes.

The innovative culinary contraption integrates a heating element into its top and three removable trays. These can be pulled out and connected to the sides and used to grill, griddle, fry and heat foods by induction. A separate steaming chamber provides ample space for preparing a substantial meal and hooks up next to the central VIA Modular Cooking Unit as well. Buse Ustun's invention is easy to clean and, overall, less confronting than many modern ovens and stoves.