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Top Cooking Apps for the iPhone, iPad, Kindle and Android


A new year is upon us. If you’re like many people, you’ll be thinking of New Year’s Resolutions and considering what yours will be for the coming year. May I urge you to consider cooking dinner more often? Did you know that “…Americans spend more time watching cooking on the Food Network, than actually preparing their own meals,” according to Dr. Hyman.

So, get off your duff, turn off the TV and get in the kitchen this year. Your family and your health will thank you. Plus, these apps for the Kindle and Android make it easy to get in the kitchen and have fun while doing it.

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  • Ratio 1 of 6
    Ratio
    A great app for Michael Rhulman's book of the same name. It will give you the building blocks to make just about anything.
    Get All Recipes Dinner Spinner on the iPhone, or your Android
  • All Recipes Dinner Spinner 2 of 6
    All Recipes Dinner Spinner
    Pick and ingredient and out pops a a recipe for dinner tonight.
    Get All Recipes Dinner Spinner on the iPad and iPhone, or your Android or Kindle
  • Epicurious 3 of 6
    Epicurious
    With its massive library of recipes, Epicurious boasts a shopping list with their straightforward app to get you motivated and cooking in no time.
    Get Epicurious on the iPad and the iPhone or your Android or Kindle
  • Jamie Oliver’s 20-Minute Meals 4 of 6
    Jamie Oliver's 20-Minute Meals
    If you have 20 minutes, Jamie has a recipe for you.
    Get Jamie Oliver's 20-Minute Meals on the iPad or iPhone or your Android or Kindle
  • Big Oven 5 of 6
    Big Oven
    It's all about the pictures here. Pictures and more pictures.
    Get Big Oven on the iPad and iPhone or your Android or Kindle. Also available on Windows Phones.
  • Whole Foods Market Recipes 6 of 6
    Whole Foods Market Recipes
    If you're a fan of Whole Foods, there's a whole app dedicated to eating organic and responsibly.
    Get Whole Foods Market Recipes on the iPad and iPhone or your Android or Kindle

Of course, there are a few apps that aren’t available for anything but the iPhone. Such is life. However, if I had an iPhone, this is the one I would download without hesitation: How to Cook Everything from Mark Bittman.

Want more? Check out the Top 50 Food Apps for Moms.

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