Love this app 5/5
By Cavalry Trooper
App works well, photos are gorgeous and the categories and search work very well.
Recipes are fantastic
Love this app! 3/5
By PJ's Lens
I use this app at least once a week. It's intuitive and easy to search. I like all the different search variables like being able to search by recipe writer. Videos are really great and have helped me to better understand techniques and increased my kitchen confidence.
Good app 5/5
By luciathe dog
This is a good app because there are so many recipes on the site. You can almost always find exactly what you want to cook with out having to reinvent the wheel!
No Longer Shows Newest Recipes 3/5
This was a great app but they took away the ability to see the newest recipes. Now you are unable to see what new recipes they add. Besides this it is a great recipe app. Please bring back this feature!
Great recipes 4/5
I love all the recipes, but can’t use many because they all so high in calories and fat.
A super useful app!! 5/5
Integrates smoothly with the Times website, searches quickly and easily, and is constantly updating. The technique videos are fun too! Best of all, the food is really good and easy to cook. Make the MaPo Tofu from Mark Bittman!
Great ideas! 5/5
These recipes are fun to peruse and easy to make. Very useful. Loving the marinade and grilling section lately.
A world of recipes. 5/5
A huge selection of recipes from one of the best teams out there. Lots of lessons and collections. Something for every occasion.
5 for recipes, 4 for app functionality 4/5
By Potato & Wine
The variety and quality of the recipes are excellent
The app used to be 3 stars but is improving with each version. Glad the search has improved!
Desired enhancements would enable the user to zoom in or enlarge the pictures. Sometimes the details are too small on the phone, so I have to go back to browser version or desktop to see the texture of the dish more clearly.
Also wish there were a shortcut from the app to view in browser.
It’s nice that the comments can be sorted by “all” or “most helpful” but it’s confusing when a “helpful” comment is a reply or sub thread to an original comment, and it’s shown without reference to the original comment. Maybe denote “in reply to” so that people can see what they’re responding to and get context for that comment that people found helpful. This is an issue with the full site as well, not just the app.
Just the best!! 5/5
By Rachel in Mpls
Fantastic recipes with helpful reviews. Save your non-NYT online recipes too!
This is the best recipe app ever 5/5
Better than sliced bread because of the customer comments and reviews. Keep up the excellent work. David Cohen
Who needs cookbooks ... 5/5
When you have The New York Times Cookbook? Answer: No one. This is simply the most useful app of all apps. Just spend a few minutes going over the contents and you will agree. And you may wind up spending hours reading and drooling over the recipes, saving one after another in your own categorized cookbook. The recipes cover just about everything from basic to exotic to gourmet. Many of the recipes offer video instructions.
I can’t praise this app enough. I absolutely love it.
Comprehensive, easy to use 5/5
I love that I can enter the name of a single food ingredient and get a great list of recipes using that ingredient. Wonderful archives of recipes from the Times, going back many years.
Awesome Recipes 5/5
The NYTimes Food App has become my go-to for recipes. So many excellent recipes from reputable chefs and food writers in an easy to use format.
I have yet to make a bad recipe! 5/5
By Swag master373636
Easy to follow and when in doubt the comments are usually helpful.
Endless supply of ideas 5/5
Love the broad array of recipes and comments from those that have tried the recipes
Love it 5/5
By steven d. ellis
I use this app all the time. Recipes work!
Great source of interesting recipes & top notch comments 5/5
Many and varied recipes that you can sort many ways.
Just received notice that this is becoming a ‘PAID’ app, no longer included in NYT basic subscription. Since I won’t pay extra, I will lose this resource while my NYT subscription gets downsized for the same $. Thanks for less than nothing.
Ripping off NYT Subscribers 1/5
App works fine, but now it’s gotten more popular they are going to start charging NYT subscribers extra to access content. It’s such BS. That’s like Netflix charging subscribers extra to watch shows once they get popular. There are a myriad of other places in the Internet to get high quality, and free, recipes. I’ll be going to Food52 from now on.
Love it 5/5
Love the mark bittman recipes
Simple, clear, interesting and delicious recipes. Attainable success!
GReat source new food 5/5
Every day brings new surprises in food. New combination of old ingredients. Easy wAy to save recipes. Brat ideas at the click of an app.
Super handy. 5/5
Tested recipes. Have some ingredients you don’t know what to do with? Search and find something that has been tested to work
Love Cooking with the Times.
NYTs Cooking is the best! 5/5
I love the app because it lets you store recipes from other websites.
Could be improved by adding a shopping list feature.
By Logos Fan
Love it. Don’t make it a subs model please.
NYT Cooking 5/5
I use the NYT Cooking app all the time. There are so many great recipes of all different types. Lots of pictures and good tips.
Excellent recipes. App should work with NYT emails 4/5
I love the NYT recipes. The search function and the recipe box make it easy to find and save recipes. The app requires a subscription and once you have subscribed you get several emails and week with links to recipes. These links should open in the app, not in the browser. It is truly annoying to click on the link and have to log into NYT in the browser instead of having an option to have it open in the app.
Flawed update 5/5
For the last several weeks a serious flaw has emerged in accessing search results. When you search and review search results and subsequently go to an individual recipe you are no longer able to return to the search results. Instead, when you use the back arrow, you are presented with suggested genres and categories. You now have to do the same search over and over. As I am now paying a monthly fee for what was previously free under my basic NYT digital subscription I am pretty peeved.
I am happy and amazed to say that this issue was quickly addressed and remedied with an update. Back to being awesome!
Use it all the time 5/5
Little wonderings (what spices to make my own chai) to more ambitious (ban mi sandwich) it’s all here
First Stop, Always 5/5
My go to place for recipes.
The best 5/5
Great recipes, easy to use
Love this app 4/5
This is a fantastic and simple app. I use it everyday and the widget is on top of my list.
I would love to be able to sort thru my saved recipes in chronological order or by cuisines. Throwing recipes in breakfast/lunch/dinner buckets is unintuitive for me. Better sort gets 5 stars from me.
Awesome app 5/5
This is just the greatest!
NY Times Cooking 4/5
I like many features, such as saving recipes to categories, reading tips from other cooks, recipes by cook, ie Mark Birman or Melissa Clark. Sometimes I wish that I could get weekly menus on my app instead of just receive the recipe of the day!
Great resource 5/5
Love the filters, and the reviews!
Great app!! 5/5
I get more than half my recipes from this app, thanks NY Times!!!
NYT food 5/5
By Carlos el chef
My favorite cooking application by far. I use it as a research tool and to save great recipes. Especially appreciated are the notes, which help to perfect these recipes
Horrible design 1/5
Not enough contents compared to other similar apps. Horrible experience to cancel the free trial. Very confusing explanation in the app.
They fixed it! 5/5
Quite a while ago, I rated the app with 2 stars because it was not possible to print from it. Recently, I received a note, letting me know that the developers took care of the problem. (I suppose I am sort of retrograde in that I prefer to use paper recipes so that I can jot notes on them about changes I might make next time around.)
Now I no longer have to go through this weird work-around to print from NYT’s Cooking. It has become my “go to” source for recipes.
Fantastic resource 5/5
From pancakes to a fancy French stew this has it all.
My go-to recipe app 5/5
By Stacy in Boston
It would not be a stretch to say that I use this app nearly every day. Excellent, innovative recipes, as well as old classics, is what draws me in. Great reviewer comments with helpful suggestions with the recipes, I use those too! I’ve experienced no technical issues using my iPhone, iPod or my computer. I’m a loyal fan!
A household staple 4/5
I liked it better when it was free—what can I say? But I still use it often enough to make the subscription worth it.
Love it. 5/5
By Mudpie Inc.
Wonderful and extremely informative.
a source for many great dinner ideas 5/5
Great recipes especially anything by Melissa Clark. The comments are also full of helpful tips for modifying recipes...
Fabulous Cooking App 5/5
How did I cook before this app was around? Not only does it provide me with amazing recipes for entertaining and weeknights for my family but it allows me to catalogue all of my online recipes!
Consistent and delightful 4/5
I love the format and variety of this app, as well as the helpful reviews. I do wish there were more vegan options in the database, and maybe more ways of organizing the recipes. Otherwise I find it excellent!
Best Cooking App Ever 5/5
Do you have a phone? Do you cook? Get this app. It is amazing!
My Go To Cooking App 5/5
The recipes never fail to excel. Easy to follow and the folders make it easy to keep my favorite recipes organized. Love the visuals. Nothing not to love about NYTimes Cooking!