All of us Snapchef love to cook, love to introduce fresh young professional talent to the industry, and – of course – love good food. Here are our recommendations for 10 cooking apps that can expand your culinary horizons and creativity, and make your life easier.
- The Good Fish Guide
The definitive guide to sustainable seafood from the Marine Conservation Society. Learn which fish are good to eat and which to avoid, along with great seafood recipes
- EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry
Quick, nutritious recipes with lots of nutritional facts. Because the recipes are pre-loaded, you don’t need internet access to view them
Quick and easy way to find recipes with ingredients that you have or want. Try other users’ recipes, provide your review and join discussions with fellow food lovers
- Saveur Magazine
Free app version of the food magazine allows you to search for it print food content without a subscription
- How to Cook Everything
New York Times food writer Mark Bittman offers 2,000 recipes, equipment recommendations and cooking techniques
- Food Network in the Kitchen
Thousands of recipes from all of your Food Network favorite celebrity chefs, searchable by chef name, food type, course and other filter options.
A meal planning app with – Yes – 350,000 recipes! Select recipes for each day of the week and the app generates a detailed shopping list to cook all of them.
simple recipe management tool for everyone: from aspiring cooks to professional chefs. With ingredient scaling, grocery lists and meal planning, Paprika is the perfect kitchen companion.
- Jamie’s Recipes
Features 65 recipes that take around 20 minutes to make, plus videos with useful tips, tricks and kitchen skills.
- The Perfect Egg Timer
A simple to use app that calculates the exact cooking time based on egg size, altitude and temperature.
- Bonus app: SnapApp
If you’re an aspiring chef or seasoned professional, our app allows you to provide your profile for temporary and permanent placement career opportunities throughout New England.