Most of the recipes I want to try are found through the internet. If you find your recipes on the internet too, chances are you’ve been cooking dinner with a tablet laying on the kitchen counter. Bing’s new Food & Drink App revolutionizes how we cook using technology, which has become an important part of our daily lives and for a lot of us- in the kitchen!
The features of this app simplify even the hardest of recipes for the home cook with easy to follow instructions, videos, cooking tips from chefs, shopping lists, meal planners and the best of all: hands-free cooking. The hands-free mode helps you navigate cooking with the swipe of your hand. No more spills or food fingerprints on your tablet.
When I’m searching for recipes, I’m looking for easy and healthy because I’m feeding three, active six year olds (and a husband)! Slow cooker recipes are my favorite. Using BING’s Food & Drink App, I can search for slow cooker recipes by course, cuisine, difficulty and major ingredients. If I only have chicken on hand I can search easy chicken slow cooker recipes to find exactly what I’m looking for. When I find a recipe I like, I can save it to my collection of favorites, add it to my meal planner and shopping list, or begin cooking with hands free mode.
You may be a foodie, or cooking may be a chore for you, or maybe you land somewhere in the middle. Whatever cooking skills you have, download the Bing Food & Drink App to start cooking delicious recipes in the kitchen.
I love how this app is another tool to make my life as a busy mom a little easier. Meal time shouldn’t have to be a chore.
This post was created in partnership with Bing. With a type or a swipe you can search the web, the cloud, apps, and your PC or tablet, all in one place using Bing Smart Search on Windows 8.1.