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soup cooler

cools samples of cooking food
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Tired of burning your tongue. Too hungry to wait. Too lazy to blow on it yourself. Get a small box with a fan and a motion sensor to blow on your spoon. For a deluxe model it can have digital temperature control. The super deluxe model would have a counter on it , so you could count portions and calories consumed while cooking.
andkad, Oct 12 2001

How different is it from this? http://www.halfbake.../idea/food_20cooler
Or, to put it another way, half-baked already. [angel, Oct 12 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Fully baked. http://www.chindogu...chindogu/chin3.html
Easily adapted to soup. [StarChaser, Oct 12 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       wouldn't it be easier for the lazy people to just blow on it, rather than getting out this complicated device everytime thay ate soup???
finklestein, Oct 12 2001

       Or add cold milk/cream.
pottedstu, Oct 12 2001

       Or wait for five-to-ten minutes.
Guy Fox, Oct 12 2001

       Or have a liquid hydrogen supercooled spoon. In this case though, it maybe necessary to preheat the soup to 2000 degrees F to offset the absolute zero cooling.
Mojo, Oct 12 2001

       You could perhaps expand on [Mojo]'s idea and have a dry ice (CO_2) spray to cool the spoon before you eat your soup with it. Note that you'd probably only want a very small amount of the spray, because it's _very_ cold stuff.
cp, Oct 13 2001

       Already baked, see link.   

       "But today, when time is money and money is scarce, not everyone can afford to wait around for noodles to cool. Frantic blowing is both undignified and limited in its effectiveness. The Automated Noddle Cooler is the answer. " <Note: spellings as original.>
StarChaser, Oct 13 2001


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