The holiday is over. It’s time to get off your bed and start cooking. We have gathered some cooking apps to help you with that.
1. Jamie’s Recipes by chef Jamie Oliver
Price: Free, but can purchase a version with more recipes for $1.99.
Jamie Oliver’s cooking app will take you all over the world. This application includes ten recipes and three videos for newbies.
2. Giada Daily Bit by chef Giada De Laurentiis
Available for: iPad, iPhone, iPad or Nook
Everybody knows Giada de Laurentiis for her Italian inspired recipies. This app includes more than a dozen dishes, and what is interesting is that you can learn how to pronounce all of its Italian foods. So make sure to check out the “sound bite” section.
3. Nigella Quick Collection by chef Nigella Lawson
Available for: iPhone or iPad
This app features 100 recipes and 20 videos. Nigella Lawson’s collections like “Food moods” and ”Why not try?” makes you get off the couch and start cooking. So what are you waiting for?
4. Martha Stewart Cookies by chef Martha Stewart
Available for: iPad and iPhone
Martha Stewart’s cooking includes 90 recipes and many photos that will help you with your cooking lessons. Also you can find some amazing cookies recipes.
Price: Free app includes one free recipe per issue. Each issue $4.99
Available for: iPad
Panna is a video cooking magazine app. Each issues has about a dozen recipes and about 200 minutes of video. It featured many chef starts like Jonathan Waxman, Anita Lo, Rick Bayless and many others.
Which one of these cooking apps is your favorite? Leave your thoughts below.