Best iPad apps: food and drink (January)
We round up the top five food and drink apps for iPad in January, including Jamie Oliver's Recipes, Weightwatchers Kitchen Companion and CROCK-POT Recipes
Want to cook like a pro? Jamie Oliver's new app takes cooking to the next level, with step-by-step recipes with beautiful photography to lead you to become a kitchen whiz.
In addition to stunning photography, there are also sneaky tips from the chef himself and with more than 200 recipes to try your hand at, there's something for everyone.
If you're battling the bulge after some holiday binge eating, Weight Watchers will lead you to body satisfaction.
Brimming full with healthy recipes, it provides a whole load of recipes to get you eating better -- and feeling better.
Extra tools include a shopping list function so you can add all the ingredients for your shopping trip and set cooking timers using your iPad's timer.
As the weather gets cooler, you'll be reaching for your Crock-Pot to make warming stews and meals for all your family.
The official CROCK-POT Recipes application will help you make nutritious and delicious meals using this essential piece of kitchen equipment, from chilis to curries, sandwiches to soups.
The app features step-by-step instructions, timers, measurement conversions and how to videos to help you make each dish to perfection.
With in-app purchases, you can add recipe extensions, for example soups and stews, Asian-inspired dishes and Party starters.
The country's number-one restaurant booking service has an iPad app, with more than 200,000 restaurant listings.
You can view restaurant availability in real time, view places close to you on a map, search for available restaurants nearby and add upcoming reservations to your iPad's calendar.
Existing members can gain points for booking via the iPad app.
Food an Wine is an awesome looking iPad magazine with a whole lot more than just recipes.
The magazine includes features, gift guides and food and wine advice for any food lover.
Every iPad issue of the magazine includes all the same content as the on-shelf magazine with more photography to get your mouth watering.