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  • 4.4
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  • Category: Food & dining
  • Published by: Culinate Inc. ?
  • Size: 113.2 MB
  • Permissions:
    • Access your Internet connection
  • Supported processors: x86, x64, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
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  • Notes:
    * This update fixes potential issues with devices updated or running Windows 10 Mobile.

How to Cook Everything

This first-of-its-kind app of the bestselling cookbook—How to Cook Everything® from New York Times columnist Mark Bittman—has 2,000 recipes, 400 how-to illustrations, and a host of features that appeal to cooks on the go. Here’s some of what’s on tap: • From this award-winning book: Mark Bittman’s 2,000 recipes and recipe variations—as well as his no-nonsense cooking guidance, including hundreds of how-to illustrations; equipment, technique, and ingredient information; and meal-planning ideas. • Easy-to-use and flexible search capabilities, as well as the ability to browse recipes and reference information. • Cooking inspiration: Bittman’s Picks, Featured Recipe, Quick Dinners, and Favorites, which provide quick access to selected recipes. • All recipe and reference content is embedded in the app, which means that you can use the app even if you don’t have a network connection. • Handy built-in timers, placed throughout the recipe steps, which run even when the app is not. • Well-organized shopping lists that make it easy to buy ingredients—and whatever other groceries you need at home. • Feed your friends: Integration with Facebook and Twitter allows you to share what you’re cooking with your social network! • Be global: Automatically convert temperatures and quantities to metric if that’s your preference. • This app is the perfect complement to the book and an invaluable reference.


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8 April 2017

This is the most polished and professional-looking cooking / recipe app on the Windows Store. Content on the main page rotates regularly, and there are multiple sections and ways to find recipes (by dish, most popular, Mark's picks, and even search). The grocery list feature is useful, although it feels a little clunky at times. I wish it would not send a notification every time I save something to my grocery list. The best part of this app, though, is the content. HTCE has been a NYT bestseller for a long time for a good reason: the recipes are good-tasting, easy to follow, and simple enough for a beginner. The 'variations' concept makes finding similar recipes a cinch, and the app cross references recipes so that nothing feels difficult to find. Personally, I like Bittman's recipes (your opinion may vary), which is why I use this app a lot.


22 January 2017

not what is expected!


15 December 2016

Very few pictures of the actual dishes. The title says "Everything" yet there are very few casseroles and most of them are based on couscous. This should of had the word "Mediterranean" in the title.


23 April 2016

Great recipe and cooking app. Search could be improved though.


23 February 2016

Very good, but every once in a while they don't have something I'm looking for. Still, I'm glad I have it.


5 February 2016

This app ran fine on my windows 10 computer. However I found the recipes very basic and lack of creativity in the how to do section. Frankly your still better off with google search. Sorry but for $9.99 I expect a lot more than what this app offers.


5 January 2016

Great for looking up all kinds of recipe needs. Love it.


30 November 2015

App opens but you can't access any recipe. They just open to a black error page with coding


8 November 2015

Easy to carry around


21 October 2015


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