How many ways do you know to make coffee? I found more than forty on only one site. If there is a desire to indulge in culinary delights, we turn to recipe books. But recently, more and more often on the Internet, there is much more information here. Two applications “Talerka ” and “Buy a loaf” will become good helpers in the kitchen and in the store.
Culinary experts who respect traditional recipes and modern technologies will definitely love the Talerka app. This is the author's project of the designer and concurrently culinary specialist Andrey Azarov. Talerka is a wonderfully designed cookbook with instructions for over 500 dishes. There are several categories for easy search: national cuisines of different countries, food processing method (fry, boil, stew, steam), the time you have to prepare lunch, the type of dish (appetizer, dessert, soup, drink). Each recipe is supplemented with an illustration, a list of ingredients and informative comments from users of the application, as well as the author himself. In addition, many of the recipes come with HD video tutorials filmed in an interesting minimalist manner. There is a convenient timer on the page with the recipe, otherwise, wandering around Talerke, you can completely forget about the saucepan on the stove! Each dish can be added to the favorites list in your menu. In addition, recipe products can be turned into a note or SMS with a shopping list. The Talerka app is Russian-language and free, but you will have to pay extra for additional recipes. Video tutorials and recipes are updated regularly. The program will suit chefs who own Iphone, Ipad and Ipod Touch with iOS above 4.0. Install from AppStore
Buy a loaf
A good addition to the i-book is a shopping list program. One of the most popular of these applications can be called 'Buy a loaf', especially since it is focused specifically on the purchase of products. Products can be entered manually or you can use names from a ready-made list. You can also specify the quantity / weight of the item separated by a colon. To mark a purchased item, tap it once and it will cross out, just like the good old paper lists. When you touch it again, the item will return to the list of not purchased. The application allows you to create several popup lists – up to 8, giving them any names. An interesting feature of 'Buy a loaf' is its synchronization with several Apple – devices: you can create accounts for yourself and family members, for example – now you can shop at the same time without fear of buying the same thing twice. Works on Iphone, Ipad and Ipod Touch with iOS above 4.0 and costs $ 0.99. Install from AppStore