STIR IT UP WITH THESE TOP PICKS
BY LEANNE HAYS
Copy Me That Recipe
This is the modern
equivalent of the binder
we used to save recipes in. Add the
Copy Me That button to Safari, and
save and view recipes in the app.
through the recipe-filled
Cook’s Illustrated magazine? Every
article, picture, and illustration is included in the app version, along with
tutorial videos and pictorial guides.
CrockPot delivers hun-
dreds of recipes from
slow cooker fare like beef chili to new
and unusual offerings such as
Chipotle-Cheddar-Pumpkin Tacos with
This is my go-to app
MASTER THE BASICS
when cooking with my kids; we love
the professionally shot and edited vid-
eos for inspiration and ideas.
I was initially interested
in this app because the
name means cabbage
head in German, but now it’s become
a go-to for vegetarian, vegan, dairy, or
gluten-free recipes. Wunderbar!
BBC Good Food
Traditional British favor-
ites including Steak and Kidney Pie,
Bangers and Mash, Yorkshire Pudding
are all here, along with modern favor-
This app includes
quick, expressive, ele-
gant videos that teach
culinary skills. It also features a Profile
sections for saving favorite recipes.
Serious about improv-
ing your culinary skills and want to
learn from the best? Check out the
Panna app, with over 600 videos of
master chefs from around the world.
offers weekly Indian
meal plans for snacks,
dinners, and even lunch box ideas.
Select your color, style,
TRY SOMETHING NEW
and price range, then
let this sommelier app
offer you complimentary wine and
food pairings for the perfect meal.
IT’S TIME TO
MIX IT UP!
Fallen into a bit of a rut in
the kitchen? Explore a few
of these apps for some bold,
new recipes to keep your taste
For Family Fun
TRY BRITISH FAVORITES
LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS