Cooking with iPad

You’ll be amazed what you’re capable of with iPad as your sous-chef. Make prep a little easier, master new culinary techniques, and explore recipes that inspire you.

Try something new.

You’re never far from the inspiration you need to make something different. Lose yourself in a video cooking magazine on Panna for ideas straight from James Beard–awarded chefs. Dive into NYT Cooking for thousands of delicious recipes and personalized recommendations. And check out the farm-to-table creations and stunning photography of Green Kitchen for dishes vegetarians and omnivores alike will love.

NYT Cooking

Create and share your own cookbook.

When you’re ready to draft your own recipes or curate a collection of meals from your favorite chefs, Cook is a great place to start. Personalize your cookbook with a selection of eye-catching colors and covers, then share it with friends and family.

Make prep a whole lot easier.

Once you’ve decided what to make, Epicurious can track down the freshest local produce and instantly generate a shopping list based on the dish’s ingredients. Want to get the most out of that bag of heirloom tomatoes? Yummly finds related recipes so you can work with what’s on hand. Or if you’re strapped for time, place a quick grocery delivery order with Instacart.


Save counter space.

Make room for your mixing bowls and cutting boards with the Smart Cover. When it isn’t protecting your iPad screen, it folds into a useful stand so you can prop iPad up when following a recipe.

Smart Cover

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Cook like a chef.

Get pointers from Jamie Oliver with his signature app. It’s filled with hundreds of his favorite recipes accompanied by helpful tips and how-to videos. Follow detailed step-by-step photos in Kitchen Stories, where you can browse by themes like “20 Minute Dishes” and “Summer Recipes.” And to learn the difference between a julienne and a coarse chop, try Look & Cook for dozens of videos to help you master pro cooking techniques.

Jamie Oliver’s Recipes

Use Siri hands-free.

While your iPad is plugged in, you can say “Hey Siri” for extra help in the kitchen. Set a timer, convert measurements, or even text someone to pick up an ingredient from the grocery store.


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