Top Food & Wine Apps

Jan 14, 2010
Collections I’m a blog where chefs talk about the tools they’ve loved, the tools they crave, and the tools that got away. Chief Knife Wielder Lisa Rogak is a New York Times bestselling author and writes about food and wine for Wine Enthusiast, in addition to talking to chefs.


Celebrated food author Michael Ruhlman made a splash when his book Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind The Craft of Everyday Cooking was published. The iPhone version of Ratio helps cooks and shoppers prepare the basics using critical ratios, a calculator, and offers other features, including storing your own recipes.


Urbanspoon – Restaurant & Food Reviews

is already an urban legend, helping foodies on the road to narrow down a restaurant by price, category, or location, but also provides a helpful nudge for those who lean towards more adventurous eating: Give your iPhone a hearty shake, and Urbanspoon will randomly provide a restaurant choice.


Seafood Watch

If you’re concerned about overfishing, check out this app before you buy fish in a supermarket or order it in a restaurant. You’ll find out if it’s a Best Choice, Good Alternative, or Avoid.


Tip Calculator

is a no-brainer for the mathematically-challenged. You can split the bill three ways to heaven, and it allows you to calculate different tip percentages for each diner.


Eating East LA

helps foodies find the underbelly of restaurants, taco trucks, and other eateries in East LA. Thankfully, many of the locations that author Kiran Puri features are low-budget.


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