One of the things that I love so much about the iPhone is the fact that it be used as a learning tool. iTunes has plenty of how-to and guide applications that can teach you anything. That includes cooking too. iPhone cooking apps can be handy no matter how great of a cook you are. Using these apps, you can go through recipes, mix and modify them, and even learn how to cook for people with allergies.
If you are looking to do some cooking with the help of your iPhone, you should check out these cooking applications:
Grill It!: has a ton of recipes to get you going with grilling. New recipes are downloaded to your iPhone as soon as they are available.
Kitchen Calculator PRO: a great tool to help you keep up with your recipes and do conversions using your iPhone. Volume, weight, distance, and temperature conversions are supported.
Ask The Butcher: it’s a powerful meat cooking application for iPhone that can help you improve your game and discover new recipes. The cooking timer feature is very helpful too.
SnoozeBot: a free timer application that you can use to time your sleep or your food. Based on a very simple concept but powerful nonetheless.
Cook IT Allergy Free: the perfect application if you are allergic to things. It has over 200 recipes and lets you swap out things that you are allergic to and prepare the meal your body can actually take.
HarvestMark Food Traceability: a handy application for those of you who want to know exactly where you food is coming from. Just find the HarvestMark logo on your food, and you are all set.
20 Minute Meals: a stunning cooking application that has plenty of recipes and tips you can take advantage of to prepare delicious meals for yourself and friends.
AllRecipes.com: AllRecipes.com is my favorite website for recipes. Thanks to this app, you can access those fun recipes using your iPhone.
What’s your favorite cooking app for iPhone?
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