APP OF THE DAY: Great British Chefs (iPhone/iPad)

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I’m not much of a chef. I make a mean cup of tea, but instant noodles are about as far as my repertoire of culinary delights stretches. Helping me up my game considerably this week has been the Great British Chefs app for iPods, iPhones and iPads.

Collecting 180 recipes from 12 UK chefs (with a total of 15 Michelin stars between them), the app holds your hand through the process of making some posh nosh.

It’s a pretty ambitious menu, featuring the likes of stuffed tulip to bubblegum panna cotta, with top chefs such as Marcus Wareing, Nuno Mendes and Tom Aikens touting their dishes.

“I am excited to be a part of this new venture,” said Wareing.

“A unique concept which will connect people at home to the very best recipes and ideas on the net. I have always wanted my favourite dishes to be accessible to the masses and Great British Chefs is now making this possible for me and I hope the public take full advantage of it”.

Packed full of videos, a shopping list function and voice search controls for when your hands are sticky with ingredients, it’s definitely worth a look.

Pick it up from iTunes now for £4.99 by clicking here for iPhones/iPods, and here for iPads.

Gerald Lynch
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