Find Your New Go-To Recipes

Cooking can be an adventure, but sometimes you just want tried-and-true recipes. Here are our go-to apps when we need quality recipes for everything from simple weeknight meals to family gatherings.

From trusted chefs

Both Panna and Food Network feature chefs who have perfected cuisines from around the world. (You may recognize some of them from TV—or maybe you’ve even eaten in their restaurants.) Bonus: With each recipe, the chefs reveal a bit more about themselves and their families.

    Panna: Video Recipes & Classes

    Transform the way you cook.


    Food Network Kitchen

    LIVE cooking classes & recipes


From experienced editors

NYT Cooking and Epicurious present beautiful, curated selections of current recipes—and they’re constantly updated to reflect holidays and seasons. Browse through them to find fall comfort food, recipes for your slow cooker, or just a broad overview of what’s popular right now.

    NYT Cooking

    New York Times Recipes



    Food & Drink


From pop culture

We probably spend too much time lusting after images and videos of food we see on the internet, and we’ve made our peace with that. BuzzFeed’s Tasty app means anyone can follow their simple, step-by-step video recipes IRL. Pinterest is still the best place to save recipes you’ve spotted online—take this occasion to revisit some of your pins from last year.


    Food videos and recipes



    Home design, DIY, recipe ideas