Cooking three meals a day every day can become monotonous, especially if you’re juggling kids and work. It’s easy to get in a rut where you’re making the same meals over and over again. If you’re looking for some fresh inspiration but need meals to be quick and simple, check out . A branch of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Everyday Food is famous for pairing the aesthetic of Martha Stewart Living with practical recipes any home cook can execute, no matter how busy life is.
, a cooking and lifestyle magazine from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, is now available on iPad. Featuring simple, easy-to-prepare recipes, the digital format of the publication transforms the how recipes are used in the kitchen. For example, readers are able to view videos used to illustrate a cooking concept (I learned how to prepare Mushroom and Black Bean Tortilla Casserole). Additionally, you can swap out ingredients and see alternate preparations of a recipe by tapping on an animation button. Also embedded in each recipe is the option to email the recipe text and share with a family member or friend. Ingredient lists can also be emailed to read while on-the-go or at the store. The first issue (January/February) of Everyday Food includes 74 recipes and is free. Subsequent issues are $2.99 and available through Apple in-app purchase.
|Everyday Food for Windows 10 220.127.116.11 14/02/13||Free||English|
We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To buy and download Martha's Everyday Food: Fresh & Easy Recipes by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc, get iTunes now.
Open the app and the you immediately recognize the familiar style of Martha Stewart Omnimedia’s Everyday Food brand: bright and cheerful colors paired with photos of fresh and simple meals. The home screen is a slide show featuring daily articles by Everyday Food editors. Topics include Healthy Eating, In Season, Cravings, On the Side, Sweet Spot and Weekend Chef. Tap a photo to view every article on the topic for the past week.