And here are four great foodie apps that I recommend:
For all the wine connoisseurs (or wannabe connoisseurs), this app can help you match that perfect wine with your perfect meal.
I am a huge fan of fish–any variety–so this app really educates fish eaters on the ocean-friendly restaurants and stores in your area. It also lets you share your fish insight with the masses by marking great fishy eats in your area to the communal interactive map.
For a cooking novice like myself, I am just now learning all of the optimal seasons for various produce and fruits. Locavore has made the process so much easier by indicating the various farmers’ markets and farms in my area that are currently growing seasonal foods.
Now that I have found a passion for the culinary arts, I like to showcase my grand feats in the kitchen through pictures. Evernote allows for the interactive sharing of food photos through their app and online community.
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