6 New Essential Food Apps

Food & Wine: 6 Essential Food Apps
6 Essential Food Apps Photo courtesy of The Joy of Cooking
By Chelsea Morse Posted August 19, 2014

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.

4. Sosh
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.

5. Storehouse
With this visual storytelling app, users compile photos, text and videos into shareable digital scrapbooks. Free; storehouse.co.

6. Zurvu
Elusive NYC restaurant reservations sell for $5 per person, $1 of which funds F&W’s Grow for Good campaign. Free; zurvu.com.

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