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Why not using iCookbook?

The application is a very good cooking assistant which helps you innovate, prepare and cook your meals. It has been named the best lifestyle iPad app in App Store Rewind 2011, in the US. It has reached Version 2.1, being now available for all iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and being on-sale in the iTunes Store at only $4.99. Beside the over 2,000 recipes, excellent functions and layout, one of its greatest features is the Voice Command support, which let your hands free to do whatever needed and avoids messing up your devices’ screen.

You can add your own recipes with photos, rate existing ones and see the most popular dishes. For every dish you are aware of the level of difficulty, the amount of time and the ingredients needed. More, you can save your favorite recipes, use the Meal builder for easy meal planning, sync your recipes and shopping lists between your devices through iCloud, watch recipes and videos on your screen TV via Apple TV and Airplay.

I personally like very much the prepare mode, with the recipe being nicely displayed and remotely read by a cook and the kitchen tools such as timers, substitution lists and measurement convertors.