Allthecooks has over 150k recipes and a vibrant community of cooks. It's like getting recipes from friends and neighbors! Find or submit your favorite recipes from your tablet or phone. It's home, sweet home, for people who love cooking and sharing their ideas! Follow and get followings from people all around the world! Easily scan through 150k free recipes just by saying ingredients you have and discover great recipes! Use the search filters. We let you upload your recipe pictures and get instant love back from our community! Ask questions and someone will reply within minutes! Our real-time chatting platform is constantly evolving.
Tons of recipe categories; including main dishes, appetizers, drinks, side dishes, desserts, ethnic recipes, soups, stews and diet recipes. Find recipes for cooking what you have in the fridge by typing the singular ingredient. Ask questions to the user community and get notified of a response.
Just like it's named, search for complete recipes, directions, ingredients and reviews by ingredients and food title. Save recipes for quick access. The social feature of the app is what makes it unique. You can access forums on related food and health topics, share recipes via email, sms, twitter, facebook and others, as well as sharing within the application to other users. Create your own recipes to share with friends and the user community. Finally, save and share your shopping list to help you later when doing grocery shopping.
The recipes are great but the app itself needs to be more consistent. The swipe menu can only be accessed on the home screen which is very cumbersome and not necessary. The database is also huge, so you often have to browse through a few recipes before finding the one you want.
Since the recipes are user submitted, you have to take the recipes and photos with a grain of salt (pun intended!) The design is a little bit cluttered and overwhelming - not artistically designed like some of the other food porn apps and websites out there.
Good for the user who never knows what they want to make for dinner. It gives pictures of many random dishes and you just pick whatever strikes your fancy. As for the actual recipe you use, I would still go look online though.