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  • Skip The Paper & Use Some Of These Apps At The Grocery Store

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    I love going to the grocery store, whipping out my iPhone 4s and finding a great recipe with my app. With the many different apps out there, you can easily find one that is perfect for finding recipes or organizing foods into groups. Here are the best apps for cooking and grocery shopping:

    In a moment of geekiness the other day, my friends Melissa, Tany and I sat around a table and compared the apps we’ve installed on our respective iPhones. They weren’t at all surprised to see a multitude of cooking apps on mine. It’s so convenient to be able to readily access recipes, tips and shopping lists whether I’m in the kitchen or at the grocery store. And now that I’m the giddy new owner of an Apple iPad, I’ve begun to explore the feature-rich apps for that device as well.

    “This app from award-winning food site includes over 28,000 delicious, professionally tested recipes from renowned magazines such as Bon Appétit and Gourmet, popular cookbooks, top chefs, and leading restaurants.”

    Great For: Cooks of all skill levels and interests; fans of the website

    Special Features: This cooking app is definitely one of the best, with all of the features I value most: easy navigation, lots of recipe ratings and reviews, great photos, shopping list, kitchen-friendly format (i.e., easy to read while juggling multiple tasks).

    It’s Great Because: It’s an immense-yet-portable library of recipes that are not only professionally tested but also reviewed and rated by many users. This takes a lot of the guesswork out of determining whether the recipe is good or not. It also features excellent navigation, with an extensive variety of options to browse and sort recipes. Best of all, it’s FREE! Other apps with far fewer recipes charge quite a bit.

    What Would Be Even Better: The shopping list does a great job of allowing you to combine ingredients for multiple meals, but I wish it were possible to edit the list (e.g., add other grocery items you might need to pick up or adjust the quantity of individual items, based on what you might already have on hand). I find it’s easier to use a separate grocery app (see GroceryIQ below).

    Read more at Cooking On The Inside

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