What's the last thing that's NOT connected to the Internet? Cookware!
Your TV? Internet-ready. Your wall clock? Internet-ready. Your washer? Your fridge? Your beehive? Your doorbell? Your water cooler? Your coffee maker? Your dog collar? Your sunglasses? The can of pumpkin pie mix you bought at the local farmer's market? ALL OF THESE AND MORE connect to the Internet now that we are in the 21st Century!
But cookware? Cookware is still just what it always was: a tool that stands alone. Add food, apply elbow grease, follow recipe, eat. That's just how they worked back when "e-" wasn't a prefix. You don't have to worry that your pans are going to post your secrets to Facebook or that you'll get spam-tweets to your saucepan. You can just enjoy living IRL for a small amount of time, and enjoy the fruit of your labors.
And then, as you eat, you can surf the web. It's about balance, you know?