NYT Cooking

NYT Cooking 2.12.1

Gain Access to Over 17,000 Recipes for Free

There is a reasonably good range of recipes in the NYT Cooking app. There is enough variety to suit many different tastes, and the meals are put together by professional chefs. You are able to organize your recipes into collections of your favorite meals. View full description

PROS

  • The app doesn't allow your phone to go to sleep when you are using it
  • Collect your favorite recipes together for easy future access

CONS

  • Some of the meals are exotic and weird for the sake of being exotic and weird
  • The ads for their news apps are very annoying

There is a reasonably good range of recipes in the NYT Cooking app. There is enough variety to suit many different tastes, and the meals are put together by professional chefs. You are able to organize your recipes into collections of your favorite meals.

Learn How To Cook With The App

There are cooking videos on the NYT Cooking app. They range from videos about cooking techniques, to videos on how to cook a full recipe. The New York Times may send you to sleep when you read it, but the app itself will resist sleep mode. This means your phone will not go to sleep while you are trying to read your recipe, which is what tends to happen when people display and use online recipes from websites. You may save the recipes that you enjoy, and you may start a collection of the meals you have cooked and enjoyed so that you may try them again another day.

A Recipe App With Enough Variety For Most People

Not matter what you think of the political views of the New York Times, you have to admit that their chefs know how to make a tasty meal. The NYT Cooking app may be suitable for people who have very little time to cook, and for people who consider themselves beginners. It may be worth staying away from their more exotic meals and sticking to the guides on how to make food we all recognize and enjoy.

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NYT Cooking 2.12.1