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4.3
Find recipes for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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4.3
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3.7
Find recipes that include your favorite ingredients
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3.7
Small Beer Trivia
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3.8
A short trivia game about beer
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3.8
Japanese Cuisine test
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3.0
Learn about Japanese Cuisine!
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3.0
Hunger man
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5.0
Hunger Man lets you to know how some of the indian food dishes are been prepared
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5.0
Sous Chef
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3.6
This assistant is for the modern home cook who uses their phone as their primary recipe source. The problem with using your phone as a cook book is that you constantly have to use your hands to turn it on. This usually involves having to wash and dry your hands, then you have to enter your password because your fingerprint reader doesn't work with damp digits. It's a huge pain, but no more! Now you can access your recipes with simple spoken commands. Simply use the Sous Chef Recipes App available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play to enter your recipes. Then use your Google Assistant device to interact with your recipes in a natural way. First start up the assistant. “Ok, Google, talk to Sous Chef.” Once you've linked your email address to the app and this assistant the first thing you'll want to do is add a recipe. The app allows you to easily load recipes from the most popular food websites. Note some websites may require their own login. You can also load recipes from smaller websites like blogs or enter your own recipes manually as well. Once you've added a recipe you'll need to go shopping. The companion app has a built in shopping list which allows you to select the ingredients you'll need for each recipe. You can type in other shopping items as well or you can add them with your Google Assistant device: “Add sour cream to my shopping list.” When you're ready to begin making your recipe you'll want to open it first. You can do this in the app or you can simply ask your assistant to do it for you: "Open the burger sauce recipe." Hint: Sous is a French word that sounds like the English name Sue. You can also check which recipe you have open. “What my current recipe is.” Once your recipe is open you'll be able to interact with the ingredients. Here are some examples of things you can say: “List ingredients.” “How much baking powder?” “How many potatoes?” Hint: if your assistant doesn't find what you're looking for but you know it's there use the app to simplify the text. For example you might change “¼ cup (4 oz) unsalted butter melted and cooled” to “4 ounces unsalted butter”. Next you'll want to go through the steps of the recipe. For example you can use the following commands: “Go to the first step.” “Go to the next step.” “Go to the fourth step.” “Repeat step.” Recipes in the Sous Chef App also have a description and notes. You can access these by asking your assistant to read them aloud: “Read the description.” “Read notes.” Hint: Sous Chef will get better at recognizing your recipes over time. The more recipes that are added the more text we'll have to analyze to improve our speech recognition models. That's all there is to it, hands free recipe access at your command. It's like having your own personal assistant in the kitchen. With all of Google Assistants other great cooking features like timers and measurement conversions you'll be cooking with ease in no time. If you have any questions, comments or ideas about new features, please don't hesitate to contact us via the app or by emailing help@souschef.recipes. Also be sure to check out the helpful “How To” videos available in the app or by visiting http://souschef.recipes. Savour! Sous Chef
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3.6
Masoor Dal
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4.3
Masoor Dal has many health benefits. High levels of protein, fibre, folate, vitamin B1 and minerals. It helps to lower the cholesterol and helps in managing blood sugar levels. It is a good source of potassium and iron. It is rich in flavones, a class of antioxidants.
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4.3
Chefling
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3.5
Developed by Chefling,Inc, a company who is determined to bring you the future kitchen experience. Chefling allows you to do inventory management, shopping list creating/sharing, and recipe searching.
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3.5
Swasthi's Recipes
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5.0
swasthi's recipes for healthy Indian meals
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5.0
Recipe Folder
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4.6
Recipe Folder is an app that allows you save recipes from websites to your own recipe folder and retrieve them from your mobile device or your Google Assistant.
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4.6
Mister Pots
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2.4
Mister Pots tell you how to prepare a delicious infusions. Tell Mister Pots what you like most and Mr. Pots will create a recipe for you favourite infusion.
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2.4
Chef Gordy
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2.9
Utilizing both voice user interface and traditional phone user interface, Gordy minimizes the burden that comes from following recipes in the kitchen. A voice-activated cooking assistant, Gordy recommends recipes and guides the user through ingredients and recipe steps, making it easier to follow instructions, avoiding unnecessary steps, and minimizing multitasking.
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2.9
Patrón Tequila
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3.7
Find and make tequila cocktails crafted by bartenders from around the world. Just say “Ok Google, ask Patrón tequila" to find cocktail recommendations based on type, flavor, occasion or ingredients on hand. You can also learn about tequila and get cocktail-making tips from bartenders. NOTICE: Mature audiences only. This skill may not be suitable for all ages. Patrón provides instructions for making alcoholic drinks and is intended for adults over the age of 21, or depending on the local laws of your country.
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3.7
Bawarchi Recipes
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5.0
Sify Bawarchi is the special food recipe app with 25,500 Multi-cuisine recipes, Vegetarian and non-Vegetarian recipes including Punjabi recipes, Bengali recipes, South Indian recipes, Desi Chinese recipes, Western recipes.
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5.0
Whitney Bond
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2.6
Looking for a recipe while on the go or when you have your hands full? Have Google ask Whitney Bond to send you your favorite recipes and they'll be right where you need them while you're shopping, prepping, cooking, or just about any time. Then, have Google ask Whitney Bond to start cooking the recipe you choose and she’ll list out the ingredients and walk you through the instructions, just as you need them! To get started just say, 'OK Google, talk to Whitney Bond.' Then, you can ask, 'how do you make Buffalo Chicken Dip?’ or whatever else you're craving. Then, Whitney Bond's best recipes, as well as some of the best recipes from across the Internet, will be sent to you within seconds. You can then find your recipes in the Google Home app. Just open the app on your phone, tablet, or computer to see the scrumptious photos along with the instructions and ingredients you'll need to make your recipe. Delicious! Have your hands full in the kitchen? Have Google ask Whitney Bond to start cooking one of the recipes from your search. Just say, ‘tell Whitney Bond to start cooking the 2nd recipe.’ Or, if you already know what you want to cook without searching for it just say, ‘tell Whitney Bond to start cooking Buffalo Chicken Dip,’ or any of your other favorites. You’ll then be prompted to hear the ingredients you’ll need, as well as the first step of the recipe. Then, when you’re ready for the next step just say, ‘ask Whitney Bond for the next step.’ That’s it. You now have your own personal recipe coach! FIRST USE INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Start a conversation with Whitney Bond by saying, 'OK Google, talk to Whitney Bond.' 2. Search for recipes by saying, 'ask Whitney Bond how to make Beef Ragu,' or any other recipe that you're in the mood for. 3. Start cooking your recipe by saying, ‘tell Whitney Bond to start cooking the 1st recipe.’ 4. When you’re ready for the next step simply say, ‘ask Whitney Bond for the next step.’ If you’d like to hear the list of ingredients at any time just say, 'ask Whitney Bond to list the ingredients.’ That’s it! SUPPORTED PHRASES: - Ask Whitney Bond how to make [your desired recipe]. - Tell Whitney Bond to start cooking the [1st] recipe. - Tell Whitney Bond to start cooking [your chosen recipe]. - Ask Whitney Bond for the first step. - Ask Whitney Bond for the next step. - Ask Whitney Bond to list the ingredients / recipes. - Ask Whitney Bond for the recipe of the day. - Ask Whitney Bond for her top / favorite / trending / most recent recipes. - Ask Whitney Bond what's for breakfast / brunch / lunch / dinner / dessert. - Tell Whitney Bond to give me some breakfast / brunch / lunch / dinner / dessert recipes. - Tell Whitney Bond to give me some appetizer / drink / gluten-free / vegetarian / vegan / quick & easy recipes. - Tell Whitney Bond to give me some recipes for the slow cooker / sous vide. Enjoy! - Whitney Bond
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2.6
philadelphia today
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4.0
This app allow consult a big list to cook delicius recipes with creamcheese philadelphia
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4.0
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