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    foodgawker

    by gawkerverse

    The term "food porn" describes a spectacular visual presentation of food. It is often shown in the form of food photography and is meant to tempt palates and whet appetites. This app is full of food porn. It is the mobile counterpart to foodgawker.com, which collects recipes from various food bloggers, and presents them in a mouthwatering photo gallery format. One of the best ways to become a foodie is to learn from other foodies. Whether you want to make good food, or just look at it, foodgawker is an excellent resource. It's also a great way to discover your next favorite food blog.

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    How to Cook Everything

    by Culinate, Inc.

    "How To Cook Everything," by Mark Bittman is a national bestseller. Its content is found on the iPhone in multiple apps. There is an iPhone-only app and a universal app, both of which feature numerous recipes and how-tos. The universal version runs the same as the iPhone version on the iPhone, but has iPad-optimized features on the bigger screen. There is also a free sampler version of the app called How To Cook Everything Essentials, as well as iPhone and universal versions of Vegetarian How To Cook Everything. For new cooks, the section entitled "Kitchen Basics" is helpful and informative. The app also has some practical tools built-in, such as a kitchen timer and shopping lists. How To Cook Everything is an excellent resource for foodies who want to learn about food, and not just eat it.

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    Jamie Oliver's Recipes

    by Zolmo

    For a foodie, famous chefs are like rock stars. Just as music fans love to watch musicians perform, food lovers love to watch chefs cook. Jamie's Recipes lets you get up close and personal with rock star chef, Jamie Oliver. The app is free to download, but you have to pay for recipe packs beyond the included sampler. There are plenty of detailed how-to photographs, as well as many videos from Jamie himself. Some may complain about the in-app purchases, but from a pure app standpoint, this is one of the better cooking apps available.

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    Foodie Recipes

    by Glam Media Inc.

    Foodie Recipes is a another app full of recipes and a rather great one, too. This app differs a little from the rest because it is constantly being updated with Editions that are relevant to the time of year it is. Editions in this app are, in hindsight, digital books that contain recipes that all share the same theme. All Editions are free and packed with recipes. The recipes are easy to follow and the app is definitely aesthetically pleasing.

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    FoodieTV

    by Glam Media Inc.

    Another fantastic recipe app (as if we didn't have enough) is FoodieTV. This app features video instructions of recipes that are put together very well. It's a fairly simple app that looks good doing what it's supposed to be doing. Videos are sorted by season and episode number, but trending videos also show up at the top of the app based on what has been trending that day. All in all, this app contains some very entertaining and mouthwatering videos that you could end up watching for hours without knowing!

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    Urbanspoon - Restaurant & Food Reviews

    by Urbanspoon

    If you want a fun way to choose your restaurant without any research at all, try Urbanspoon. Click on the shake option and you are presented with a virtual slot machine. The first column shows a local city, the second column shows a type of cuisine, and the third column shows different price choices, ranging from cheap eats to fine dining. Give your iPhone a shake and it picks a place for you. You can also lock a category to narrow down your search. In addition to the slot machine, Urbanspoon offers some additional search options, which are laid out nicely on the iPhone. This app is particularly fitting for a foodie on the run.

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    Chefs Feed - Local Food and Dining Reviews by Top Chefs

    by Credible, Inc.

    It's one thing to read the reviews of restaurants written by others like us. It's a completely different experience to read the reviews of a restaurant and its dishes written by another chef. Chefs Feed is such a treat (pun intended) when you read the chefs' reviews and recommendation of star quality dishes served in restaurants of different calibers. At the moment, this app only supports 25 major cities, but any foodie will appreciate the pictures and how the top chefs describe these restaurants!

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    OpenTable

    by OpenTable, Inc.

    For many restaurants, you’ll need a reservation. That’s what OpenTable is for. Choose your date, time, place, and party size. It’s quick, convenient, and free.

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    Matchbook - Save and Remember Great Restaurants and Bars

    by Matchbook FTW, Inc.

    Matchbook is an app that lets you organize restaurants around you by keeping track of the places you loved and the places that you want to try. Matchbook is easy to navigate and has a fresh interface. It does experience a little lag when looking for nearby places, but that's not a big deal for such a nifty app. This is one that most foodies will benefit from.

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    Food Network On the Road (Official)

    by Television Food Network G.P.

    Media has played a large part in spreading the love of food. Food Network has been a been a particularly good ambassador. How often have you watched a show like "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," and thought, "Man, I wish I could eat what Guy Fieri is eating"? Now you can, and you can make a foodie excursion of it. This app helps you locate the food featured on popular Food Network shows. You can browse by show, chef, cuisine, or city. You can also simply use the iPhone's GPS to find places near you. The app has some helpful categories like city guides and best of lists. You can even plan your own road trip. Even if you're not a fan of Food Network, this app is a great way to find new places to eat.

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    Hello Vino - Wine Assistant

    by Drive Thru Interactive

    Food lovers often love their wine, as well. Hello Vino is a simple way to find a wine pairing for your meal. You can choose a wine that matches what you're eating, or for a specific occasion. In addition, the app has wine reviews, different search options, and a wine label image recognition feature, which you need to buy credits for. Even if you don't normally drink wine with your meal, Hello Vino is an app that all foodies should appreciate.

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    Evernote Food

    by Evernote

    The beauty of good food is that it creates memories, which far outlast the experience itself. Evernote Food is designed to help you capture, organize, and share those memories. You can add tags and captions to your pictures, jot down notes, and input the date and location of your meal. The best part of the app is that it instantly syncs to your Evernote account, which allows you to access your information in the main Evernote app. This adds an element of versatility, as Evernote is one of the premier services to help you remember things.