Just like the first businessmen to carry briefcase-size cellphones through the streets of Manhattan, so-called Glassholes have become the scourge of society (as if we needed to be any more nervous that the Eye of Google is on us wherever we go). It’s impossible not to look a little goofy rocking Google Glass, but chef-philosopher Roy Choi demonstrates a less douchey side of the technology in this new Google Glass Explorer video.

While discussing the philosophy behind the legendary Kogi BBQ truck, Choi uses the Internet-enabled glasses to look up Irish recipes, chat in Korean with his mom, and record a delicious-looking recipe for a St. Patrick’s Day-themed burrito.

Now that we think about it, the potential applications of Google Glass for home-cooking are actually pretty cool. If only people would stop wearing it to bars

[via Eater]