Travel Apps :: Epicurious

epicuriousTravel and food go together like savoring a croissant and petite cafe in Paris. It's just meant to be.  I can't even think of a destination I've visited without salivating as I remember it's food---unless that destination is Venice. Just ask Rachel Ray, who before her talk show and magazine fame, combed the globe eating in international hotspots for only $40 A Day. Coming to you from the geniuses at Conde Nast, the epicurious recipe app helps you reconnect with "that" pasta you savored in Tuscany or "that" tres leches cake from Cabo.

Epicurious App Details

  • free
  • works with iPhone, iTouch, iPad and Android (no word on if/when it will be available for Blackberry)
  • 28,000 professionally tested recipes from renowned magazines such as Bon Appetit and Gourmet, popular cookbooks, top chefs and leading restaurants
  • browse recipe collections from "Weeknight Dinners" to "Cool Cocktails"
  • search food or drink recipes by keyword, or swipe through icons to filter by what's in your fridge, what's healthy, what's in season, and more.
  • access hundreds of thousands of recipe ratings and reviews from Epicurious members
  • like what you see? save the recipe to your personal Favorites list
  • take it to the grocery store with interactive shopping lists that let you check off items as you find them at the store
  • email "that" madeleine recipe you cherished in Paris to your friend in San Fran

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