Just last week, I was looking at the recent updates on our iPad 2, when I found the most intriguing update. The update is for Food Network’s In The Kitchen App. Here’s a screenshot of the Food Network’s app update outlined, and Cook With Me’s description in the app store:
The update description.
Cook With Me app description
As you can clearly see, Food Network’s app uses the same “Cook With Me” tagline as the Cook With Me app, proving that it is a good tagline. This tagline also serves as Cook With Me’s name. Also, Food Network In The Kitchen has a feature that prevents the device from locking, validating the “no sleep mode” feature we offer in Cook With Me app. Furthermore, they now have organized their recipes into collections, which, is a feature that Cook With Me had since it’s release on December 15, 2014. Here are some screenshots of the Food Network In The Kitchen’s new features, and a comparison to Cook With Me. Please note our cooking step does include ingredients required for that specific step and heat if required for the step.
Food Network’s In The Kitchen iOS app validates our theories about clean, simple, and easy to use design.
A Cook With Me step with step specific heat, time, and ingredients.
This screenshot shows the new collections in the In The Kitchen app.
A Cook With Me collection
The Cook With Me collection switcher.
The new Cook With Me recipe collection, with the new simple, easy to follow format.
Strange similarities. Well, that is all for today. Happy cooking!
Finally summer is here. However, we get hot and humid days here in Ohio. The best way to beat these hot days is to make cool drinks. I like to use different fruits to make drinks. Peaches are my new favorites after moving here. I use them all the time to make cobblers, cakes and other desserts when they are in season. Most of all I like to use them in sangria.Sangria is a spanish alcohol based beverage. It is wine based drink mixed with chopped fruits, fruit nectars and sometimes adding different alcohol mixtures. My recipe of sangria is a lighter version. Fresh peaches gives it beautiful orange color. Here is how I make sangria:
- 2 Cups white wine
- 1 Cup peach green tea ( I use Tazo iced peach tea )
- 1 Cup lemonade
- 3 Peaches, sliced
- 1 Lemon, sliced
- Ice for serving
In a big pitcher mix the white wine, peach green tea and lemonade. Stir them together to mix.
Slice Peaches and lemons. Add them to wine+tea mixture in the pitcher. Let the fruits steep into the mixture.
Cover the pitcher with a plastic wrap and refrigerate it for 8 hours or overnight.
Before serving, fill the glass halfway with ice and pour the drink over it. Garnish it with a lemon or peach slice and serve.