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Friday, August 27 2010
I spend a lot of my time in the kitchen with either a laptop or iPhone handy to look up recipes, so whenCulinate released Mark Bittman's How to Cook Everything iPhone App earlier this year I had a moment.  You know, one of those moments that bring together all of those things that you love.  Yeah, it was intense.

At first I thought the price was a little high for an iPhone app (I generally stick to the free or below $2 price tags), but when I realized you get the entire volume of How to Cook Everything crammed into a tiny app for $4.99 I was sold.

And so began my obsession with cooking apps (you should see my cookbook shelf).  Since then, I've invested in a few more cooking and recipe guides on my iPhone.  They all have their own personality so pick one that suits your cooking style.  Personally I prefer How to Cook Everything (it's just so comprehensive) and Martha Stewart's Everyday Food. 

What is your favorite recipe resource?

Recipe Apps for iPhone:
  1. How to Cook Everything from Culinate and Mark Bittman. ... $4.99
  2. Martha Stewart's Everyday Food ... $0.99
  3. Rachel Ray's Tastybytes ... $1.99
  4. Epicurious ... free
  5. Food Network Nighttime ... free
  6. Ratio from Michael Ruhlman $4.99
  7. Jamie Oliver's 20 minute meals $7.99
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