From the article: 8 Best Thanksgiving Recipes from iPhone Cooking Apps
IPhone apps can help make cooking much more fun. From great recipes, detailed videos, cooking timers, and shopping lists, these apps are terrific for accomplished cooks or beginners. Let us know what your favorite iPhone recipe and cooking apps are. What's Your Favorite?
Cooklet App - everything that you need
- I think a person who made the list should make some upgrades :D For me, the best is Cooklet app. I like Jamie's app but the I don't know why the navigation is not that handy for me. But I love Jamie ;D The app that I mention before is nice because there are so many recipes. From really hard to easy. Many foodies from different countries, so I can get to know recipes from Australia, US or...from Poland haha ;D And it is touch less so I don't need to touch it with my dirty fingers ;)
Try My Own Cookbook for iPad
- It is your own cookbook for your own recipes. You can also share them. And there are gourmet recipe sets for sale, very high Michelin-star quality.
- —Guest Funde
Social BBQ app
- Social BBQ app is a great app, fun to use, and very useful!
- —Guest AJ
I Love a good Social BBQ
- This should be on the list, great for BBQ enthusiasts...
- —Guest Ron
- Have you seen Just Cake? Has a more computer-based approach to recipes, allowing you to make up your own ideas around basic cake-making skills. Good for dyslexics and possibly easy for non-English speakers.
My Kitchen Buddy
- Totally free trial. Store recipes locally. Easy to add recipes manually or from web, photos, personalise, special event meal planner. Try it.
- You can store your cooking recipes on your iPhone with CookIt App. Features: — save your recipes with photos, ingredient list and cooking time — view recipes, rotate your device to landscape mode to focus on one step — shopping list
- —Guest dinAlt
- Once the initial setup is complete, the Meal Planner app is amazing!!
- —Guest Luv2 cook
What about iRecipes?
- First of all, thank you for the effort in testing and writing about all of these apps. It's really helpful (and cost saving) reading good reviews before buying. By the way, I've found an app from what it seems to be an indie spanish company called iRecipes HBIT, that is able to import recipes from many webs or even add your own "legacy" recipes with the keyboard. Graphics are a little ugly, but the functionality it provides is outstanding in many other aspects, like iCloud and Facebook integration, or the advanced searches and full offline database with your captured/entered recipes. Just my 2 cents...
- —Guest Angel
- Database, shareable, pictures, tweakable - what's not to love? And a shopping list and planning feature too.
- —Guest Bre
- The only good recipe app for your OWN recipes! This is a recipe APP not a recipe COOKBOOK. I don't want to have to go through someone else's recipes to find mine.
- —Guest cschreppler
Veggie Meals for iPad
- I've tried a few vegetarian recipe apps for iPad and the best I could find was VeggieMeals. It has a huge selection of recipes including vegan recipes, and the app itself has a beautiful UI making it very easy to follow. I've only tried 2 of the recipes so far, but they have been beautiful. I recommend you try it out!
- —Guest Oliva Michaels
Veggie Meals for iPad
- I also found Veggie Meals for iPad a wonderful app for vegetarian recipes. It contains 55 recipes in a beautiful and easy to use interface.
- —Guest Robert
Nice selection + One more more specific
- From the ones I tried, I believe the best is Jamie Oliver's. How to cook everything as well as AllRecipes are also good! Also, if you're interested by Lebanese cuisine or Midde-Eastern recipes in general, check out the app called "100 Lebanese Recipes". Easy to use and high quality pics ;-) It complements the other apps mentioned there. http://tinyurl.com/100-lebanese-recipes
- —Guest Karim