It is quite a sober and sensible idea in that for £4.99 (bit pricey Jamie) you get access to a load of recipes (with accompanying imatges and video) which apparently only take 20 minutes to rustle up. The fun bit is that if you can't be bothered to decide what to cook you simply shake your iPhone or iPod touch to generate a random recipe.
For me Noel Edmonds lost the plot sometime after the Multi-Coloured Swap Shop ended (not that I'm suggesting for one minute he is mad of course, I know how litigious he can be). So to hear that he's launched an iPhone app for his belief in the crazy-sounding philosophy of Cosmic Ordering is no real surprise.
Perhaps more of a surprise though is that he thinks people will pay £1.20 for it. I guess these are probably the same people who check their star signs in the newspapers and really think that one twelfth of the population will act. Apparently, according to today's Metro, Edmonds used to keep a record of his cosmic orders on 'small scraps of paper - not the ideal way to keep a record of such an important part of one's life.
Apparently the 60 year old has attributed the revitalisation of his career to his new mindset which encourages people to think positively about the goals in life. "The cosmos exists solely to help those who want to help themselves. It is an incredibly powerful force and a wonderful friend," he said.
To find out more about Cosmic Ordering click here.
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