How to Cook Everything for iPhone
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This first-of-its-kind app of the bestselling cookbook—How to Cook Everything® from New York Times columnist Mark Bittman—has 2,000 recipes, 400 how-to illustrations, and a host of features that appeal to cooks on the go.
Here’s some of what’s on tap:
• From this award-winning book: Mark Bittman’s 2,000 recipes and recipe variations—as well as his no-nonsense cooking guidance, including hundre...
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iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Lifestyle, Food & Drink
Updated: June 06, 2012
Publisher: Culinate, Inc.
Version 1.9.8 [29.963694 MB]
I was always wary when it came to e-cookbooks. I had no tangible reason for my avoidance; it just seemed to me that cooking should be done with the big cookbook open on the counter like the family bible for food. How to Cook Everything by Culinate ($4.99) for iOS devices completely changed my mind. If you cook a lot, I would recommend this app. If you don’t cook very often, I would recommend this app. If you are like m...Read full review »
Good Start by jessicadally
So let's just say that there's nothing wrong with this cooking app. It's functionality, the way it allows you to browse recipes, all of that is great. But it's missing some things that mean I likely won't keep the app. What? Calorie information for starters. In an age when that is easy enough to calculate and with an obesity epidemic it just makes sense to have this kind of information in a cooking app. More importantly however you can't search by recipes that are low fat, low cal or even recipes that are vegetarian. Funny enough the little letters that tell you about a recipe include vegetarian, but browsing by that distinction? Not so much. If you're just looking for recipes or don't know how to cook this is probably for you. If you're a bit more picky skip this.