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Waitrose & Partners Food is the award-winning monthly magazine from Waitrose & Partners, packed with inspiring recipes every issue.

This foodie bible, celebrated for its beautiful design, is the go-to title if you’re looking for inspirational ideas, step-by-step cookery tips and restaurant news and reviews. Drawing on the country’s best cooking talent and featuring great writing and award-winning photography, it’s the must-have food magazine for every kitchen in the country.

Containing more than 40 recipes each month, ranging from easy midweek meals to stylish but achievable entertaining menus and special dietary options, Britain’s best-loved food magazine also offers tips and advice on how to improve your skills in the kitchen. Its expert columnists and contributors include regulars Lucas Hollweg and Jordon Bourke, plus guest stars Thomasina Miers, Nigella Lawson and Jamie Oliver. With restaurant news and reviews and the latest books and gadgets, Waitrose & Partners Food covers the foodie gauntlet.

The app version of the magazine, which is free to myWaitrose members, has been specially designed for tablet and mobile phone screens and features handy recipe cards with step-by-step cooking instructions. Perfect for busy families or those looking for speedy (but still delicious!) eating solutions, the Waitrose & Partners Food app also includes easy weekday suppers plus the option to create shopping lists from recipes, which can be sent straight to your email. There’s also bonus content, including recipe bundles and seasonal specials.

You can search for recipes by ingredient or key words across all of our magazine issues for instant make-it-tonight recipes, or create your very own recipe collections to save your favourite dishes.

The smartphone and tablet app features recipes, features and more from the award-winning Waitrose & Partners Food magazine. It includes:

• Recipe search functionality across current and back issues
• The ability to create your own bespoke recipe folders
• Stunning recipe cards featuring beautiful photography and step-by-step cooking instructions
• Useful shopping list function
• The best of British cookery talent
• Wine pairing recommendations
• How-to techniques, step-by-step tips and expert advice
• Fully optimised and engaging design for both tablets and smartphones
• Easy-to-use and intuitive navigation
• Enhanced features with bonus app content

What’s New

Version 3.0.4

Minor update to improve performance and check for content updates more accurately.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
195 Ratings

195 Ratings

amyhatedictionary ,

Please fix

Always been a loyal fan of waitrose because of its high quality products/service/magazines/apps. This app was an awesome way to read waitrose magazine and I love the save and search function so much.

However after an update the app became so slow, and I could no longer view the previous magazines and had difficulty even to open the new ones(verrrry slow...). Very inconvenient especially in this time of pandemic (don’t want to pick up virus by picking up the printed copies in shop!)

Please could you fix this waitrose? I have faith in you!

Ukgroucho ,

Why no landscape mode?

It’s iPad compatible so it should support both portrait and landscape mode. Does not appear to respond to rotating the iPad and I could not find an option to rotate to use landscape orientation.
For those of us that use iPad cases with stands (where propping the iPad up in landscape orientation is more stable) or keyboard cases this app is a pain to use.
There are enough examples of how to do this properly - Apple Books, Kindle etc.
And why do you need my email address to save recipes, you already have my myWaitrose number surely you can tie that to the email I registered it with? Lazy developing.
Uninstalling

Jaybirds gamer ,

Not an improvement!

I downloaded the update with optimism as I really enjoy the waitrose magazine and frequently reread previous on line magazines for inspiration. However after looking at the new version I was absolutely gutted that I no longer had access to my library of previous magazines.

In my opinion this update is not an improvement but a backwards move and from now on I will collect the hard copy from the store and this will then enable me to reread previous content when I feel like being inspired. It’s sad that I now have to resort to this. I am also concerned about the environmental impact this will inevitably cause.

App Privacy

The developer, Waitrose Limited, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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