One of the best food apps of all time is back and brand new for iOS 12! The all-new Epicurious app makes it even easier to find the world’s best recipes, watch incredible food videos, and cook delicious meals.
Our top-to-bottom overhaul includes weekly content updates to inspire you, along with videos of your favorite recipes. You can still explore over 35,000 tested recipes from publishers like Bon Appetit, Gourmet, HarperCollins, and more, plus recipe reviews and ratings from home cooks like you. We’ve refreshed all of your favorite features and added a few new ones, like:
Latest Recipe and Video Feeds: New content added every day — never miss another new recipe or video.
Recipe Box: Save your favorite recipes so that they’re only a tap away.
Shopping List: Easily create shopping lists on the fly.
Smart Kitchen Timer: Know exactly how long it takes to cook salmon, chicken, and 40+ other items — without a recipe.
Seasonal Ingredients Finder: Eat local and find out what foods are fresh at farms near you right now.
Ingredients Toggle: New mode lets busy cooks view ingredients with just a tap of a button — no need to scroll.
* Fixed: Improved stability
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Prepare delicious meals and maximize your grocery trips with this beautifully designed cooking app. Epicurious hosts thousands of searchable recipes across a wide range of categories, and you can easily save them to an organized recipe box or generate handy shopping lists. The more we use Epicurious, the more we love its timely content, mouthwatering photos, helpful customer ratings, and overall presentation.
So handy, so good, what else do you need?
Love this app. Been an Epicurious fan for many years, long before the app came out. I love the ability to save recipes, make shopping lists, read reviews, and the ingredients/instructions flip back and forth is so easy — you’re not constantly scrolling to look at steps then amounts then steps, etc. I use this app every time I cook. I have so many favorite recipes saved in the app. Also, the videos are great and I like the meal planning ideas. I wish the app allowed me to search multi course meals or sides — sometime you get the side pairing in the recipe but often not. Other times, I’m making a 6 course meal for ten with a theme and I just wish I could search “French feast with fish” or something like that, the way you can online. Only three main challenges: 1) sometimes search queries aren’t accurate unless the search lingo is phrased just right; 2)the recipes haven’t always kept up with modern techniques, like sous vide — I use sous vide all the time, and have to go elsewhere for recipes; 3) you can’t post recipe reviews via mobile app — you have to go online desktop and login...if this could be fixed there’d by 10x reviews.
One of my favorite apps but...
I use this app multiple times a week. As a Bon Appetit subscriber, it’s a great way to find and save recipes from the magazine. It’s also a terrific reference and source of inspiration, especially on those ‘what’s for dinner tonight?’ days. The search tools and photography are great and help to sort through a massive database of recipes. I own over 100 cookbooks but use epicurious more than any of them.
That said, there is room for improvement. Most notably the app keeps crashing and giving me a blank white screen shortly after the initial content load since the most recent update. Also, I’m surprised that the developers have chosen to only allow reviews to be submitted through the website. I find reviews of recipes to be a very valuable feature since many of the reviewers are knowledgeable cooks, but I rarely contribute to this community because the app doesn’t allow it. Please fix the bugs and enable reviews Condé Nast!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.