24 Jun 5 Cooking Apps You’ll Appreciate
You might be a foodie if you spend lots of time in the kitchen area everyday. You may be a foodie if, when you’re in bed during the night, you’re already cooking up ideas of what you’ll make for dinner the next night, or the ideal mix of flavors for a dessert you’re making for a get together of friends this weekend. You might be a foodie if you can talk flavor combos and you get ridiculous inspired (not to mention sucked in for hours) when you look at food photos and peruse recipes. You could be a foodie if you find that people talk about you when it comes to food: they ask your insight, they would like to know how you make certain things, and basically, peeps know you for your food. And you just might be a foodie if you can’t taste food without making an effort to separate the flavors in your mouth, identifying what’s in it and what it is about that flavor unique blend that is really paying off.
Do you find yourself in one of the above examples? If so, the kitchen is probably among your happiest places, the place you escape to when you will need to regroup after a crazy day, eat some comfort food, and feel as if everything is right on earth again. Cooking is creative thinking and common sense combined: being able to look into endlessly, while also tapping into things that just make sense– like thyme and rosemary, for example, or mushrooms and onions.
If you enjoy to leave into that warm room and knead bread, cook pasta, make pies and explore new sauces, we think you might take pleasure in some of the following apps. From apps for folks that might want to expand their cooking awareness and experience (and need variety!) to inspiration and simple helps, we bet you’ll find at least one that you’ll be glad to learn about.
If you’re that person that pores over photos of food in Martha Stewart Living, Bon Appetit and Cook’s Illustrated, check out this app. For real … talk about photos that will make you want and salivate to put the apron on right now!!! This is a great go-to app for inspiration when you’re trying to decide what to make– whether you need a great new cookie recipe, some pasta, a crowd-pleasing beef dish, or something tasty to eat for breakfast.
No matter if you’re an aspiring cook that prefers to learn steps to mix flavors together or a seasoned cook that is bored of having to produce new ideas of what to make for dinner, Blue Apron’s idea is an awesome one. They give new procedures each week that make use of seasonal ingredients. You can receive meal plans every week for a party of two, or for a family of 4. Sign up for their service and get the ingredients for the week’s recipes provided in a box to your door– no hassle of ascertaining what you’re going to make, and no need to go to the grocery store to do the shopping. Everything comes in the box, all set to go. If you’re planning to be out of town, stop the service for when you’ll be away, and resume when you get home. The app boasts yummy photos, one by one instructions, and videos for various instructional points, too. One of the things we think is neat about it? You’ll get to try many different recipes each week, and thus helping you to grow your flavor palate and your tried and true recipes won’t lose their favorite status by being made too often.
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Think of this app as the Instagram for food, and nothing else. Where Foodgawker’s app brings you tons of yummy photographs and you can search by category and have access to tons of recipes, Food52’s app is like an IG feed where users upload photos of stuff they’ve made and simply list the ingredients.
This app totes comes in handy. You can set a separate timer for each burner using the app, as well as the oven, and you’ll get reminders when it’s time to take things off (or out of) the heat. This great little app removes the stress of trying to keep track of everything in your head, and streamlines everything to a cinch instead!
This is an effective site to put your faves all in one spot: from importing the ones you love from the Internet to manually entering the recipes your family has loved for several years. Moreover, the app keeps it easy to plan menus for the week or month and set together shopping checklists so you don’t forget those things you need for the next time you’re in the kitchen.
We basically think you can’t go wrong with these kinds of apps. Wonderful photos, endless inspiration, scrumptious flavors, and features that will make your life a lot easier. From the novice to the expert, there’s a thing here to delight everyone’s inner cook!