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Kosher Cookbook iPhone Application Debuts for Jewish Holidays

posted by mconsoli

Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News – September 17, 2009
Sep. 17–iPhone application developer APPSolute Media and gourmet and food writer Gloria Kobrin announced today the launch of the Kosher Cookbook application which provides kosher recipes, which can be sorted by course, cuisine and type of food. The application also offers custom meal plans and the ability to create personalized shopping lists.
Users can choose recipes and add the needed ingredients to the one-click shopping list on any iPhone or iPod Touch. The shopping list can also be viewed by store aisle or by recipe.
Kosher Cookbook includes kosher culinary delights by well-respected New York-based gourmet and food writer Gloria Kobrin. Kosher Cookbook also offers 52 customized meal plans for every Shabbat of the year, plus additional menus for the Jewish holidays and every special occasion in between.
Kobrin’s recipes include kosher adaptations of culinary classics not always found in most kosher kitchens because of ingredient and dietary restrictions. Examples of her signature dishes are spare ribs with orange hoisin sauce, moussaka and cream cheese cake.
Gloria Kobrin said, “Releasing my recipes on the iPhone complete with all the fantastic capabilities that the application affords is a very exciting step for me and a very powerful tool for the modern Jewish household. I hope that my recipes will offer a step-by-step guide that will help even the novice home cook to prepare a gourmet spread.”



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nnmns

posted September 17, 2009 at 8:33 pm


An app for every day, a day for every app (well, not really; way too many apps).



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Kauko

posted September 17, 2009 at 10:22 pm


Oh come on, nnmns, you know you can’t wait for the Beliefnet app :P



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nnmns

posted September 18, 2009 at 2:13 pm


So many, many parts of B’net and I’m almost never in any of them but here. I doubt it would serve me well. And I doubt I’ll ever become good at typing long missives on that keyboard; much better for reading than for extensive writing. But it sure is handy to get info in a lot of places.



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