The New York Times has digitized over 17,000 recipes by diet, cuisine type, preparation method, meal type and more in a new iPhone app. You can save your favorite recipes to your own bookshelf or share them via Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.
I think this app is beautifully done, with recipe intros by Times contributors. One of the more interesting features are daily delights where there are themed categories such as 12 veggie pizza recipes. The app presumes you know where your kitchen is and how to turn on stove. Beginners will really appreciate this app, but there are a number of elements catered for more advanced culinary specialists.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
|Below is a list of ten free highly-rated Kindle ebooks, along with current Kindle book deals, including some new Kindle magazine sales. Please note that these Kindle ebooks are free as of August 23rd, 2015. Most of these titles are free for a limited time and could expire in a few days or hours, so […]|
Sometimes you buy books on impulse or because you heard it was good. In other cases due diligence is necessary and maybe you want to read a few reviews first. There are many review sites out there that have spoilers that can ruin the reading experience, while others are really solid. Today, we are going to look at the best book review sites out there.
BookLikes – BookLikes, the Poland-based multi-national site whose eight month beta launch went public in 2013, does bring some new twists to book discovery. While still incorporating the same kinds of features that have made sites like Goodreads so popular and well-trafficked, BookLinks offers its users a greater scope by creating book blogs rather than profiles.
Goodreads – GoodReads is a book discovery site and online book club community. There are millions of reviews and people buzzing about new books coming out. It has a strong social media vibe, with some books generating thousands and thousands of comments. GoodReads is basically the Facebook of books.
Kirkus Reviews – Founded in 1933, Kirkus has been an authoritative voice in book discovery for 80 years. Kirkus Reviews magazine gives industry professionals a sneak peek at the most notable books being published weeks before they're released. Kirkus serves the book reviews to consumers in a weekly email newsletter and on the website, giving readers unbiased, critical recommendations they can trust.
Oomnivoracious – Omnivoracious is a blog run by the books editors at Amazon.com. They aim to share their passion for the written word through news, reviews, interviews, and more. This is our space to talk books and publishing.
From the Critics – New York Times Book Blog is different from the perennial New York Times bestseller list. You will find better crafted book reviews and interviews with authors. The New York Review of Books is a different site, but equally great and so is the London Review of Books.