How do you learn to cook a steak? Some people might say "attempt to cook a steak." Those people are living in the past! What you should do is rig a system of wires and pulleys and augmented reality cameras and projectors so you can toss and turn a digital projection of a steak and onions with a digital projection of a spatula while feeling simulated resistance that mimics the weight of a steak. Duh. Video after the jump.
This is the most extreme light saving calories diet I have seen! WoWzers!
I would think that making 'mistakes' with real Kobe beef would be cheaper and more forfilling.
So, how much solar energy have you used today?
I'd still bet on 'cook a steak'.
This is neat but they need a real cooks feed back. I am a chef but no longer cook for money because it doesn't pay enough in my opinion. No cook would be caught constantly shifting the pan. You need to leave the pan sit to cook evenly and let the heat do it's magic not too mention if you want any sort of seared or crispy outside behavior you need to leave it alone and only shake the pan to flip the steak or make sure it isn't sticking to the bottom... Good work though. Ask cooks how they learned and what works best, best feedback you'll get.