While the love for cooking is shared by many, the measurements used aren’t. With imperial units vs metric units, recipe books became a mathematical nightmare to some.
It’s beer month in Malaysia where Oktoberfest is pretty much the talk of the town, I thought we’d have a look at some beer app.
The Pastry Recipes seems to be a great place to check out new ideas for of which the app really does so, unfortunately it’s far from being perfect.
With the popularity of Korean entertainment and products, it’s not surprising to see the wide acceptance of Korean food as well, even when it comes to apps.
This is THE APP that solves most of the “what on earth is that?” question as we browse recipe books. After all, it’s not uncommon to come across an ingredient that you’re not familiar with.
The app doesn’t bring food to the table but helps you bring food to the table, not physically of course.
If you played the original Cut The Rope before then the game requires no introduction, if you haven’t ………. WHY HAVEN’T YOU!!!!!?!? 😀
A seemingly interesting app for people who love juices – now that doesn’t sound right and neither does the title but that’s what it is.
With the recent review of the Tefal Infiny Press ZC500 slow juicer, I realized that we haven’t cover any apps related to fruit so here it is, Fruit Recipe.
下厨 = cook 房 = room 下厨房 = cook room aka The Kitchen, and that’s literally what the app is called in English.