Top 10 Culinary Apps Available On Your Smartphone

Anova Culinary


Cost: Free

Get alerts sent to your phone to tell you when your food is cooked to perfection! The Anova app pairs with the Anova Precision Cooker through WiFi and Bluetooth models, making it possible to slow or speed your cooking from a cell phone. The app features a number of free recipes with a full set of ingredients, directions with pictures, and finishing tips, making all your meals a grill masterpiece.

 

BreweryMap


Cost: $0.99

All beer lover and drinkers, this is your new favorite app. Find breweries anywhere by entering your location. Create a road trip to find all breweries to visit along the way. The app offers directions and the option to record or rate a visit. Be sure to plan your next weekend outing with BreweryMap.

 

 

Cookpad


Cost: Free

A social app to connect people who love to cook together. Cookpad is amazing because you can share your recipes with friends and people nearby who also have the app. Cookpad is unique since you can save recipes, publish photos, and share your recipes. This app allows chefs to interactive with other chefs and foodies, to learn about new techniques and styles of cooking.

 

Food Network In the Kitchen


Cost: Free

The ultimate app for Food Network fans. Personalize your app with all choosing your favorite celebrity chefs and get instant access their recipes. Whether you need inspiration for your next meal or you want to look up a recipe you say on TV. Food Network In The Kitchen is your one stop shop.

 

 

Food.com


Cost: Free

Save unlimited recipes, weekly emails with sales near you, and view your account on the go from any device! Finding high quality dishes and recipes with real reviews and ratings from people who have tried making the recipe themselves. Reading the reviews will help determine if the dish is something you want to cook.

 

 

Joule


Cost: Free

Learn sous vide basics with instructional videos and explore step-by-step guides for newbies and experts alike. The app features a Visual Doneness aspect, where you can see how your food will come out before it’s actually made! Joule is meant for cooking in 2017.

 

 

Kitchen Stories


Cost: Free

Never lose inspiration with this beautiful and polished app with a variety of recipes with photos and helpful videos with tips on cooking. Kitchen Stories allows you to save a recipe and generate a grocery list for the ingredients you still need to pick up.

 

 

Seasonal Food Guide


Cost: Free

This app makes it easy to find out what produce is in season in a chosen state. Seasonal Food Guide monitors over one hundred and forty different fruits, vegetables, herbs, and nuts across the United States. You work the app by looking up a particular product or entering a specific location and time of year. The layout of this app is easy to navigate, meaning you don’t have to be an expert to use it.

 

Tasty


Cost: Free

Created by BuzzFeed, this app allows you to search over two thousand recipes with along with a step by step videos for each. The app offers features to show recipes catered to your specific diet needs. For instance, when you first download and open the app, it will ask if you’re vegetarian or not. This app is perfect for those who love watching and getting inspiration from a quick how-to cooking video.

 

Vivino Wine Scanner


VIVINO WINE SCANNER

Cost: Free

Perfect for wine lovers! This app will satisfy wine experts and beginners, by revealing the best one to buy. All you have to do is open the app, scan any bottle of wine, and see ratings and reviews before you make your purchase. This app allows you to contact and purchase specialty wines from wine merchants who’ll inform you on weekly wine offers.

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