The price of over $10,000 also included a two week programming course. I can see it now, as the clueless husband announces on Christmas morning, "Honey, I got you a new computer recipe holder and it'll only take two weeks of an intensive programming course for you to use it!!"
The Honeywell Kitchen Computer not only stored recipes and planned menus...according to the description, it also could be used to balance the family checkbook.
In case you were wondering, the most expensive item in that year's catalog was 100,000 gallons of Aramis men's cologne which would be delivered to your home in fifty 5-gallon jugs...for the bargain price of only five million dollars!! (see picture)
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