Panna's digital magazine delivers world famous chefs into your kitchen
Panna's digital magazine delivers world famous chefs into your kitchen
                                       

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Panna Cooking App Gets Traction, Funding

allthingsd.com
Type “cooking” into the search field in Apple’s App store and you’ll get more than 3,700 results. But that didn’t stop David Ellner from launching Panna, a “digital cooking magazine” on the platform last year. Now Ellner, a former music executive, has convinced investors that he’s on to something: He...
Panna Cooking App Gets Traction, Funding

Magazine-Style Cooking App Panna Comes to iPhone

allthingsd.com
Oh, no, you’re thinking. Not another cooking app. But Panna is a little bit different from most cooking apps, blending text-based recipes with famous chefs with professionally-produced video content. Now the app, which launched on iPad late last year, is available on iPhone. This food-porn app includes a library of...
Magazine-Style Cooking App Panna Comes to iPhone

Use This App If You Want Famous Chefs To Tell You Where To Eat

www.businessinsider.com
Where do top-rated chefs, sommeliers and bartenders hang out during their time off? A new app uncovers their favorite restaurants, bars and shops in cities around the world, from high-end eateries to dive bars. The app, Find. Eat. Drink., for iPhones provides recommendations from industry experts. It includes suggestions from...
Use This App If You Want Famous Chefs To Tell You Where To Eat

Here's how you can help the Internet troll 50 Shades of Grey

thenextweb.com
50 Shades of Grey is a very popular piece of fiction about bondage and sadomasochism that every bored housewife in my Facebook feed seems to be reading this month. And last month. And the month before. They are really keen on getting value for their money out of that book,...
Here's how you can help the Internet troll 50 Shades of Grey

KeepRecipes creates an iTunes for cookbooks

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Online community cooking portal KeepRecipes launched an “iTunes for recipes” on Friday, in hopes of building an online marketplace for culinary ideas where cooks and gastronomic publishers can buy and sell individual digital recipe cards and eventually whole cookbooks. KeepRecipes is starting out small. It has signed deals to distribute...
KeepRecipes creates an iTunes for cookbooks
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