Become better in the kitchen: Android cooking apps
What we, cooking-challenged individuals have always needed is a guide to the complete experience of cooking. And you know what? There just isn't an app that can give you that. There are recipe apps, groceries apps, timer apps, conversion apps, but there isn't a single, simple solution that would let us finally get going in the kitchen. But just because a developer out there hasn't thought of such a complete solution doesn't mean that we're giving up. Nope. Quite the contrary - we here folks at PhoneArena, whose cooking abilities reach as far as playing Dinner Dash (Cooking Dash is just too complicated), will NOT... GIVE... UP! That's why we decided to cook up this complete, yet extremely to-the-point guide that will finally learn you (and us) how to prepare real food. No more boiled eggs! No more noodles! Hello, Bourbon Street Chicken! Hello, Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy!
Okay, let's tone the excitement down a little bit, because we still have a lot of work to do, before we end up with an actual meal. Now, fellow nerds, please proceed by exploring the slides of the following gallery, for at the end of it, you will be able to proudly call yourselves... real chefs!
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Become better in the kitchen (with a little help from your Android phone)
Please note that PhoneArena doesn't assume any responsibility for damage caused to you or your home due to failed attempts at cooking!
Useful tip from your friendly neighborhood chef: Better try this at a friend's house first, and then at your own!
5. shimmyx20 (Posts: 280; Member since: 03 Mar 2009)
Hell yeah. It is always good to impress the lady-folk with good cooking skills.
3. protozeloz (Posts: 5188; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
I kinda like the Allrecepies app in herehttp://goo.gl/MEMWU they have a pro with more featureshttp://goo.gl/3k5xO it comes with a useful shopping list so no extra app need for that (and looks much more nice)
for clock I have kitchen timer to get the job donehttp://goo.gl/X36Ty