Technological advancements have impacted almost every facet of our day to day life, including our time in the kitchen.
Windows Recipes Apps and Resources
By now most of us have our favorite operating system, device(s), and software options. Technology will certainly continue to evolve, but here is a rundown of solid recipe applications for all culinary artists to try for their Windows devices. Below them is a key feature to heavily consider.
Okay, itís not new for a quite a few of us. Yet, itís a tried and true free site that many of us started with and have watched blossom like a child into an adult. With 30 million cooks in the network and 50K recipes to sift through, itís still lovable and has kept up with the times. The even have how to videos for various topics: or knife sharpening or even making a fondue.
Where it stands out: excellent review section from a gigantic network of users. Quickly sifting through comments from those who have tried the recipe can take a 4 star dish to a 5 if you consider suggestions accordingly.
2. Now You’re Cooking (internet or CD, $69.95)
Sure, it’s more than a few bucks to spend, but it also comes with a nice mobile app. The app is fantastic too on the latest OS from windows – it looks very sharp! While its user interface isn’t the most pleasant on the eyes compared to others with a somewhat ìspreadsheet-ish look and feel to it – it’s great for the cook with ADD or OCD in keeping things very efficiently organized.
Where it stands out: for international culinary artists, it has the ability to translate recipes from 14 different languages! Itís a very handy feature for those looking to really expand their boundariesÖ..a valuable and rather unique feature, indeed.
3. Big Oven (internet, $2.50 a month or $20 annually)
A favorite of many. This product has a pleasant interface and all the bells and whistles like nutrition and allergy information accompanied by fantastic help/support should you encounter any issues when using.
Where it stands out: gives users the ability to import worn and beloved, handwritten recipe cards into your cookbook via scan. First 25 are free and are $1 a piece thereafter. It can get pricey, but it is well worth it to the millions out there looking to convert that old, stout index card collection into the digital age.
So thereís just the tip of the iceberg to start within the Windows realm. If price is a key factor most sites have a free trial version for a sampling, too. So, try out these great Windows apps that easily enable anyone to tantalize old and new taste buds alike!
Others to consider: Pepperplate and Living Cookbook