One out of five people bring their laptops into the kitchen to access recipes and the iPad has emerged as as a great tool for cooks to access recipes on the go. Via both the browser and apps, the device can serve as virtual and portable cookbook that’s easy to read (as opposed to accessing recipes off of an iPhone or Android). And with protective screens covering the device, the iPad can be easily… → Read More
Cooking and recipe community Allrecipes is launching a new iPhone app for pro users today, called Dinner Spinner Pro. The app, which costs $2.99 in the App Store, allows users to access the complete Allrecipes.com recipe library, add recipes directly to personal Recipes Boxes, create interactive shopping lists, and more.
Allrecipes launched a free iPhone app last year which has seen 2.8 million… → Read More
How many cooks does it take to produce the perfect recipe? I’d say one, a really good one. Barnaby Dorfman thinks that 1,000 cooks can come up with a better recipe than any single chef, and earlier today he launched Foodista around that premise. It is a Wikipedia for food. Each recipe can be collaboratively edited and improved. Scrumptious photos for each dish are pulled in from Flickr, and… → Read More