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Cuisine launches its first app, How to Cook

Cuisine launches its first app, How to Cook


On the back of the launch of its new beginners’ cookbook, How to Cook, Fairfax Magazines’ Cuisine is excited to introduce the How to Cook app for iPad, in association with Gaggenau.

Twenty app-exclusive extra recipes bring the total to 120, ranging from simple soups and salads to delicious mains you’ll cook time and time again, plus irresistible desserts and baking. In addition to fantastic recipes, there are more than 20 how-to technique videos in which Cuisine food editor Ray McVinnie shows you how to chop onions like a chef, prepare a roast chicken, sharpen knives and more.

“The idea behind How to Cook was to cover simple cooking techniques to help novice cooks master the all the popular basic recipes,” says Cuisine editor Sarah Nicholson.

Key features of How to Cook iPad app:

- 120 all-new beginner recipes

- 20+ ‘How To’ technique videos by Ray McVinnie

- All supermarket ingredients

- Tips with every recipe

- Symbols for gluten-free (more than 70 recipes), freezer-friendly, vegetarian (more

- Many step-by-step photographs

- A glossary with more information for many ingredients

Whether you are just starting out in the kitchen and need to build your skills and confidence, or merely looking for fuss-free, affordable, delicious food, How to Cook is your essential guide. The How to Cook app is on sale now at the App Store for just $6.99.

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