iPad is a great kitchen companion. You can easily tap the screen with any clean finger and it will respond. Learn new recipes, discover new combinations. Record your favourites as you go along and you'll be creating your own recipe library to reference whenever you need it. It's handy to have around.
How can your iPad be a family recipe book?
iPad is Granny's recipe book. It could be your mum's. It might have your brothers, uncles, best-friend's or even great-grandpa's favourite meals in there!
Pad can give you the recipe you need for tonight.
Or remind you of the meala few weeks ago that everyone loved...
Take a photo of your favourite recipes, one by one. Organise and store them on your iPad. Back them up to iCloud.
Next time you're at Grandma's eating cookies, photograph that hand-written recipe on an index card she has.
Store it on your iPad for later.
She's love to share it with you.
Ask her if you can forward it to your sister, Auntie and Nannie.
They love her cookies too.
Once photographed use your iPad Photo Albums to organise them.
Once you get used to that, try using an App like Adobe Ideas to sketch on the photo! That way you can make any notes she mentions that aren't on the written version straight onto your digital copy!
"A dash of this, a pinch of that..." makes it turn out just right.
It's great to have good family recipes when you need them most.
On your iPad, a family recipe is always easy to find.
iPad's has Apps that ARE recipe books. Take your iPad into the kitchen and follow recipes others have found to be delicious and nutritious. There are hundreds of recipe Apps on the iTunes Store to suit any diet.
Here are the top TEN most popular Food and Drink Apps on the Australian iTunes Store right now:
There's nowhere like the internet for recipes! There are millions of them for literally everything. Look one up, find the one you need, then keep a link to your favourite ones on your iPad. Visit them again the next time you're going to make that 'yummy recipe' again.
If it's nutritions and everyone enjoyed the meal, it's good to have access to that recipe again.
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