The kitchen is a dangerous place for devices. But with all those nifty recipe apps for iPhone and iPad , what's a modern cook to do when her kitchen companion is completely defenseless against messes and spills? We've rounded up seven solutions to get your gadgets ready for any cooking adventure.
Joseph Joseph Cookbook Compact Folding Bookstand ($30)
Tough, collapsible, and dishwasher-safe, this Folding Bookstand  keeps your iPad in view without taking up valuable space when you're ready to store it.
Belkin Kitchen Cabinet Mount ($50)
Keep your tablet off the counter with Belkin 's Kitchen Cabinet Mount . This neat tool doesn't require any installation; the mount is securely suspended on any cabinet or shelf, and it has an adjustable rubber clamp that fits any seven- to 10-inch tablet.
FridgePad for iPad ($45)
This iPad refrigerator mount  is compatible with iPads 1, 2, and 3 and doesn't require any tools for installation. All buttons and ports are easily accessible, and it works in both portrait and landscape mode.
iGrill Grilling/Cooking Thermometer ($80)
The iGrill thermometer  works with the iGrill iPhone app using a secure, long-range Bluetooth connection to ensure that your food is perfectly cooked.
Philips In.Sight Wireless Home Monitor ($230)
You won't ever have to leave that boiling pot unattended with the In.Sight Home Monitor system . The Wi-Fi-enabled cameras feed live video onto your iPhone or iPad via a free iOS app.
iHome Kitchen Timer and Clock Radio Dock For iPhone/iPod ($100)
The iHome Kitchen Dock 's magnetic remote control keeps your iPhone or iPod away from messy fingers. Two independent timers keep your recipes from overcooking.
Chef Sleeve For iPhone ($20 for 25)
The disposable, recyclable, and touch-sensitive iPhone Chef Sleeve  keeps your device protected without compromising its portability.