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You may have noticed that we're fans of food crawls on Serious Eats. So it's no surprise we're excited about the Rama Tours app on the iTunes app store, which includes a bunch of food tours and crawls—including some from our very own contributors.
Yet another newly-released app we're loving: Sara's Kitchen, by Sara Moulton. This iPhone app contains 60 recipes Sara selected from her three cookbooks accompanied by beautiful photographs. There are also ten exclusive instructional videos, such as "How to cut a butternut squash in half without killing yourself" and "How to peel and devein shrimp." Enter to win a free download code here.
Longtime SE contributor Nick Solares teamed up with Mark Pastore and Pat LaFrieda of Pat LaFrieda Meats to bring to you what is undoubtedly the most comprehensive, beautiful, easily navigable, and downright useful guide to meat that we've ever seen. Take a peek and enter to win a download code!
ITunes has plenty of apps for Asian recipes and cooking techniques, but how do you choose? We've compiled a list of recommendable apps for the iPhone and iPad apps that will definitely get you cooking more Asian dishes.
To stay on coffee's cutting edge, and because modernity requires us to never have to remember anything for ourselves again, there's now an app for locating the best quality-focused NYC cafe near where you are right now. Or where you're going later. Or if you like to drop in on roasteries, too.
Condé Nast, the publisher of Gourmet, is reviving the brand as an app. You can watch the promo video at live.gourmet.com, but in a nutshell, it looks like they're going to be adding to the existing archives with new content and packaging it all in a slick browsing experience. You'll be able to earn "rewards" (unlock hidden articles) and share the app's recipes, videos, and slideshows across social networks with your friends.