For a mere $10,600 in 1969 (the price of a modest home at that time) , one could lug home this beauteous white elephant. The Honeywell Kitchen Computer could store recipes in binary code for the most elite of housewives. It could also tell you what you could make based upon the ingredients you had on hand. It also featured a large protruding cutting board. How useful for a computer! Data was input using a series of switches on the front panel, and data was interpreted by the user from a small row of lights. That's right... And to really learn how to use it, the purchase price included 2 weeks of programing lessons. Again... how useful!
But seriously, if anyone is thinking "Hmmm, Douglas could really use a new addition to the Zughaus kitchen..." I would happily accept.