Written by Ruqing Pan.
Whether you plan to cook your own meal at home or to go out for a feast of meat, there are countless hi-tech tools to help you maximize your experience: you can either check out one of the many cooking guides, use an online ordering service like Seamless, or seek for advice on social media and review sites such as Yelp, OpenTable, and Zagat. And yet, I’m not here to tell you about these apps since you might already have them on you phone.
Wondering which wine would go along with the chicken pasta you made? Go to Hello Vino for some help. This free app will help you pick the right wine by giving recommendations for meals, occasions, holidays, and by taste preference. You can rate a brand, add a tasting note, and even label a photo.
This is a free app that shows you where to find locally grown produce and when it’s season. The app includes four features: “In Season,” “I Ate Local,” “Markets.” “Browse,” “About.” These features allow you to find the closest farmers’ markets as well as to view a list of comments made by other users. You can also choose to read the comments using the map view.
If you are looking for a recipe, this free app is a great resource for you. It aggregates recipes from a wide variety of sources including Bon Appetit, Gourmet magazines, and many other cookbooks. After you download the app, you will have access to more than 30,000 recipes as well as a shopping list feature that would enhance your shopping experience. You can also share a recipe via Facebook, Twitter, or email.
The best part of Evernote Food is that it allows you to create your own journal that documents your food experience. By taking photos and adding notes of your meal, you can make all your food adventures memorable. The most recent version (Evernote Food 2.0) has added more recipes and restaurants for you to explore.
This app is basically food porn. Just like what it’s called, this free app will allow you to gawk at good-looking food and read about new food trends. It publishes food photography submitted by food bloggers from all over the world is updated multiple times. Download the app to feed your eyes and heart your favorite recipes.
Written by the Fueled team, a leading mobile app development company in New York