Technology has changed the way we do most everything and cooking is included in that. Many times we look toward our gadgets rather than old fashioned cook books or magazine reviews of food related topics these days.
It turns out there are some very good apps for cooking.
Food Network In The Kitchen is a great app because it appeals to all levels of cooks. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced cook there is something here that you can use. You can save your favorite recipes on this app to come back to when you have time to make them.
Jamie Oliver 20 Minute Meals is another awesome app. This app is great for people who are short on time but long on a craving for home cooked meals. As you work your way through each recipe little videos from Jamie will pop up to offer you instruction on how to complete the recipe.
Epicurious is an app that gives you vast array of recipes at your fingertips. This app includes more than 28,000 recipes to choose from. All the recipes included have been tested professionally and proven to pass the taste test. This app also allows you to save recipes to your wish list for you to come back to when you are ready to try them out.
Allrecipes.com Dinner Spinner is a neat little app that gives you thousands of recipes to choose from. There are vegetarian and gluten free options for those that have special dietary considerations. You can even specify how long you want to spend cooking and see what recipes are an option. Allrecipes.com Dinner Spinner app even gives you other people’s thoughts on the recipes and how they rate them.
The information that can be available to you through an app is amazing and the special apps offered in the cooking category are no different.