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Martha Stewarts Everyday Food App

Get Your Cook On With Martha Stewart's New iPhone App

You can get all the recipes and tips you could ever need over on YumSugar, but if you're partial to Martha Stewart (and who isn't?) then you should consider downloading the Martha's Everyday Food app ($1) and keep all her great recipes in your pocket.

The iPhone is already a handy cooking tool, so pairing it with Martha's app makes it a match made in cooking heaven. It's easy to tote your smartphone in the kitchen, and utilize the app, which contains all of the recipes you find in the Everyday Food magazine. Plus, the app is updated monthly with new concoctions found in the physical mag, so you never get bored and the app won't go stale! Get it? Stale? Yeah, I thought that was pretty funny.

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suziryder suziryder 7 years
I just downloaded it, because, seriously? It's a dollar. And it's pretty darn good. You can save recipies, which I love because I'm always losing my issue of Everyday Food and then panicking that some amazing recipe will be lost forever. I wish it had a browse feature, instead of just a search feature, but I guess a very general search accomplishes that. And a section for recipes from this months' issue would be awesome! But overall, I think this will be worth the $1 for me. I always use my iphone when cooking, I think it's a lot easier to deal with than a magazine where I'm always losing my page.
glowingoasis glowingoasis 7 years
wish there was a free version!
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