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App review " My Recipe Book For the iPad "
A few weeks ago, my mother gave me a stuffed mushroom recipe that I had always loved through the years and wanted very badly to make on my own. Of course she gave it to me on an index card (she's a non tech person) but I immediately wanted to put it into my iPad since I always have it with me in the kitchen or on vacation (where I would be making these little delights). My main cooking/recipe App to this point had been epicurious but as I started looking through it to add my own "homemade" recipe I couldn't find an easy way to do it. After much searching I found that you can add your own recipes however you have to sign up with their online service etc. I decided that this was as good of a time as any to find a recipe App for you guys that lets you natively add your own recipes. I went through three or four before I settled on My Recipe Book. What I like about My Recipe Book is it's simple UI, yet powerful inner workings. Let me explain. For those of you that have been following B.A.S for a while know that when it comes to Apps I'm always looking for the cleanest, simplest User Interface possible. I want the App to work, and work well but it needs to keep from having the extra buttons and things that aren't really necessary. Recipe Book does that. Recipe Book includes all of the things that you would expect from a top notch recipe App, but then adds a few more things to really make it great. While it includes a lot, it still manages to categorize and place those things in smart locations to really make it easy for the user. So I mentioned must haves. What are they? Here are a few things that this App has that I feel are necessities. Online source of recipes. It is important to have a place to search for recipes online. It is also important that the database of those recipes be very large and diverse. Recipe Book has accomplished this by making it possible to search several popular recipe websites and automatically importing recipes that you would like to have. Categories are a must. There must be a simple way to separate your recipes. Recipe Book does that. You are able to separate into the standard dish types as well as dietary needs categories. Another option is sorting your recipes by the ready times. And last but not not least is a grocery list. Select your recipe or recipes and move down to the grocery list tab. All of the ingredients will be shown with check boxes to the left to mark bought. I went looking for an App that allows me to add my own recipes. This App obviously has that, but the ease in which the recipes are added really makes it a joy to use. With intuitive, easy to use buttons it's really simple to add your own recipes to be filed away with your other favorites. The next feature that I really enjoyed was the "surprise me" button. It does just what you would expect, surprises you. It will randomly pick a recipe from your collection. The more recipes your have in your collection, the better the chance that you will get a wonderful recipe that you will love. When I set out, I wanted to find an App that I could add my own recipes to as well as download recipes from the internet. With My Recipe Book, I can do all of that and more. You can get My Recipe Book for the iPad from the iTunes store for $2.99 -JCRiley's NEW favorite position...
Due to ACL... With the bedroom on the second floor, 19 steps up, the plan all along was for me to spent the next few weeks with her inthe living room near her. From day one she has always insisted on staying "near" so naturally besides spending many a night at my side here at the computer while I beat on hibbies or watch the Pats try to make it to another Superbowl while she chews a rawhide on the couch she also spent every night near the bed-on the second floor. Her first day back she looks beat and spent most of the day resting while an ocassional drink and a light supper. In her condition I thought I could spend perhaps one more night in a nice warm bed while she sleeps in the kitchen, on her bed, with Tobie (her bud) and a nice bowl of water by her side. The first problem arose when she drank, and drank, and drank throughout the day and her refusal to go to the bathroom outside. Her usual spot to "go" is approx. 50 yards behind the house, into the edge of the woods. In her condition I thought for sure she wasn't able to make it so the day was spent trying to get her to go a few yards outside the door on a nice spot of green grass as NH has yet to see winter yet. Her gimping on three legs assured me she couldn't make it to her usual spot and the day went with her showing signs she had to go yet her refusal to show an interest while outside. That only solified my thought that it would be best for her to stay in the carpetless kitchen for her first evening home. To be sure she would stay in ther kitchen a few precautions were made, a child's gate was put up to keep her in the kitchen and another was put at the bottom of the stairs just in case she made it through the first defense, after all this works for the cocker spaniel, and to be extra sure she would show no interest in making the journey upstairs two baskets of clean laundry was put in front of the child gate in the kitchen to make is seem impossible to get through. Off to bed I go after seeing her starting to dose off on her bed. Fast forward to 6:30 am, I awake to sounds of a dog panting near the bed. In horror I see Riley moving about in the bedroom. Sometime during the night two baskets of laundry piled on top of eachother were moved aside as well as two childs gates and 19 steps were taken so she could lay near her friend. In horror I jump up to see if she is ok and all looks fine. I carry her down 19 steps and carefully put her down in the kitchen being careful not to step in any "mistakes" only to find none anywhere in the house. We make our way outside to a nice nearby spot for her to do her thing. As she glances up at me I know what is meant and we make the trek/hop all the way to the edge of the woods to a familiar spot and with a sigh of relief on her part she squats. We soon make our way indoors to breakfast. Tonight, we sleep in the kitchen together. Those that own Labs know what I mean.
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