It's a simple idea, yet it doesn't seem to exist on the market. A skillet with multiple, built in temperature sensors, and a display, and/or a smart phone app to show the data. This is as opposed to electric skillets where you set the temperature. These are rarely accurate and the user is still basically blind to the actual cooking temperature at any given point. Good cooks have lots of tools these days for knowing exact metrics as they cook. The goal of this idea is to give the cook real time temperature readings both of the surface of the pan, and at depth if needed. This would allow the cook to adjust as necessary for optimal accuracy. I see it as being marketed to a high end audience. Chefs, and experienced home cooks.
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