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Here are the latest digital innovations for making restaurant reservations, learning how to cook and planning a travel adventure.
1. Joy of Cooking
Cooks can search all 4,500 recipes of the classic cookbook on the iPad by ingredient, cuisine or diet. $6; joyofcookingapp.com.
2. My 10 Best
Alain Ducasse’s app gives step-by-step pictures of signature recipes by chefs like Eric Ripert and Daniel Boulud. $5; alain-ducasse.com.
3. Resy This NYC reservations app offers tables for a fee; prime-time spots at the hottest restaurants cost the most. Free, resy.com.
Indicate a love for food to get “pinged” for things like barbecue festivals, pie-baking classes and secret supper clubs in your city. Free; sosh.com.
With this visual storytelling app, users compile photos, text and videos into shareable digital scrapbooks. Free; storehouse.co.
Elusive NYC restaurant reservations sell for $5 per person, $1 of which funds F&W’s Grow for Good campaign. Free; zurvu.com.