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App of the week – NYT Cooking

App of the week – NYT Cooking

Cook Like a Pro with the NYT Cooking App

 

NYT Cooking

Food enthusiasts have been clipping and bookmarking recipes in the New York Times for many years. The newspaper has a team of exceptional food experts contributing to their recipe section which turned into a successful website. Naturally, the next step for the Times was to create a dedicated recipe app. The NYT Cooking app is an exceptional recipe app that has quickly become my go-to for discovering recipes.

The app is available and easy to use on both iPhone and iPad, depending on your preferred screen size. Personally, I prefer the iPad version and find that an iPad is the ideal kitchen companion. NYT Cooking not only features food recipes but also includes recipes for great cocktails. Basically, it’s a one-stop-shop that can help you prepare to entertain armed with over 17,000 of the Times’ winning recipes.

 

All the recipes are easily searchable and the app even learns what types of recipes you tend to search for and suggests others you might like. You can also filter recipes by cuisines, diets, meal types, and even authors. You’ll find “Featured Collections” within the NYT Cooking app containing compilations of recipes recommended around a theme.

If you create an account within the app, you can create your own collections within the recipe box.

NYT Cooking is well designed with beautiful images and easy-to-follow recipes. It even flags the “easy” recipes, so you can quickly identify them if you’re just starting out with cooking or pressed for time.

Do you have a favourite cooking app?

 

iOS | Free


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