NYT Cooking

NYT Cooking

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 4.9.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: Android
45,351 Ratings
$ 0

NYT Cooking App

Introducing the NYT Cooking app for iOS. Browse, search and save more than 18,000 recipes from The New York Times, featuring beautiful photography, and easy-to-follow instructions. App features: • Browse The Times’s archive of recipes, with new recipes added each week • Search more than 18,000 recipes by diet, cuisine type, preparation method, meal type and more • Save your favorite NYT recipes, as well as recipes from other websites, all in your personal recipe box • Mark recipes you’ve cooked, rate recipes, and leave notes 
for fellow cooks or just for yourself for when you cook again • Access your saved recipes anywhere you use NYT Cooking, including desktop, iPhone and iPad • Share your favorite recipes with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and email • Plus: The app display won’t go to sleep while you’re cooking—we keep it awake for you as long as a recipe is onscreen. In addition to these core features, the iPad App allows you to also: • Discover recipes recommended just for you • Organize your recipes into customizable collections • Learn to cook with instructional technique videos Subscription Options: • Monthly NYT Cooking subscription: $4.99. Cancel anytime. • Annual NYT Cooking subscription: $39.99. Cancel anytime. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy: https://www.nytimes.com/content/help/rights/privacy/policy/privacy-policy.html Terms of Service: https://www.nytimes.com/content/help/rights/terms/terms-of-service.html Feedback? Suggestions? Problems? Please contact us at [email protected] or from within the app itself. Your feedback is important to us, and we’ll do our best to assist you.

NYT Cooking app screenshots

NYT Cooking app reviews

  • Love it! 5/5

    By Lizafalcon
    I actually replaced my Cooks Illustrated subscription with recipes from this app. I am doing fine! Very happy.
  • Bad Advertising Even in Paid Version 1/5

    By Erwin Dink
    This is actually a decent app but it suffers from the same large, ugly and intrusive ads that the NYT web site and app have. I understand placing ads in a free version but for $40 per year the app should be ad free. It would also be nice to be able to edit the keywords associated with the recipes.
  • Kristin Wolford Kramer 5/5

    By Kristin Wolford Kramer
    I LOVE this app. Great resource I cannot do without.
  • Shopping list missing 3/5

    By MS in MC
    Am I just not seeing it? I’ve created a recipe folder for the week but there is no way to get a shopping list that consolidates all recipe ingredients and adds up the common ingredients between them. Shouldn’t this be a common sense feature? The Grocery List button is just a copy paste of the ingredients list and not helpful.
  • Glenview, IL Journeyman 5/5

    By Born in South Buffalo
    I love the structure of the app and ease of use with practical features like grocery list export for recipes. Sheer breadth of recipes and search capabilities is impressive. Enjoy historical notes on a recipe when available. Explanations on why an ingredient is important, the how-to videos, etc. are really helpful. Very intuitive design. Well done NYT.
  • LOVE 5/5

    By courkenny
    My favorite cooking app for easy-to-follow and gourmet recipes. Their recipes never disappoint!
  • Excellent app! 5/5

    By bpfox
    Love this app — super choices and great organization. Essential for those who love to cook.
  • Use this app at least 4x/week 5/5

    By Restless Margin
    A great resource!
  • The best app-etite 5/5

    By kjtfive
    We refer to this app all the time - our go to recipes are @ NYT cooking
  • Top App that I use 5/5

    By Chasmeehan
    The functionality of the NYTimes cooking app is unparalleled. The depth and breadth of the recipes in the times database is amazing by itself. The fact that you can also store your apps from other websites makes this pure genius. People thought I was crazy when I installed a computer in my kitchen many years ago, but the kitchen computer is invaluable and is the NYTimes cooking app. Bravo!
  • Best cooking app out there 5/5

    By zackbox42
  • Great recipes/easy search and save 5/5

    By B'more Pepper
    I love the quality, diversity and comprehensiveness of the recipes accessible on the app. The search function is excellent and I like being able to save and easily access my favorites. I also appreciate the curated collections which prompt me to try new recipes.
  • Excellent resource! 5/5

    By jlevinmd
    Love the app. Use it constantly!
  • Love the recipes & community, please do better w database maintenance 4/5

    By Springhop
    This is my primary source for recipes. The recipes and community feedback are great! My only complaint is that the number of database error messages is a little annoying. But, not so much that it isn’t still my go-to for inspiration and dependable recipes.
  • Best recipes online 5/5

    By wendeno
    Amazing recipes and always adding new ones. I love nyt cooking!!
  • Good app love the add recipe feature 5/5

    By Squatcrayon
    Add recipes from other websites to have a combined app for all recipes is a great feature!
  • Buggy crashy 2/5

    By Ortmeister
    Even though I have a print and digital subscription to the NYT, the Cooking App insisted one morning that I had to buy a $39.99 annual subscription to access it. So I did. Ripped off by a bug in their platform.
  • NY Times Cooking App 5/5

    By KCorrero
    I haven’t put my phone down since discovering this app. I am finding the recipes to be fairly simple and most require ingredients I already have on hand in the kitchen. Last night I made the turmeric pasta dish and today some of the Irish recipes. It’s very well done with beautiful photography inspiring me to want to have friends over for a feast.
  • Great variety! 5/5

    By FormerWonk
    Lots of healthy, vegetarian recipes along with a wide range of cuisines and cooking styles. Works best in tandem with a NYT digital subscription.
  • I have to pay and tolerate ads? 1/5

    By Souzakh
    We now have to pay for access to New York Times recipes. And when we use the recipe app we have to endure in embedded ads? Unacceptable!
  • 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.
  • Best cooking app 5/5

    By Asparagus!
    My go-to resource for everyday and entertaining. Always full of new recipes and meal ideas. Fantastic photos, clear instructions, easy filing of favorites, and great user comments, too. Not even sure what I did before this🤷‍♀️?? People actually think I’m a good cook, and I’m enjoying my new-found confidence and the compliments.
  • Always great ideas to amp up my dinner routines! 5/5

    By Twice bloomed
    Even if I don't cook all of the recipes, I enjoy perusing the possibilities.
  • Great range, mediocre search capability 4/5

    By davidsmith1957
    We should be able to search and screen contents of our private recipe box
  • Favorite section of the NYT 5/5

    By Mcb6136
    I havnt always been a cook. Or even a baker, although I took to that younger. I spent my first 15 years doing some baking. I used to love decorating cakes. Then I went to college and then life went on. And I never really baked again, and certainly never bothered to learn to cook well. Fast forward a few decades and I’ve taught myself to cook. Really cook. Well. People want an invitation to my house for dinner. They love it when I stop by with some extra couscous salad or leftovers from a holiday meal. I’m not bragging, im sharing my total shock that this has come to pass. Many of the recipes I’ve made have come from the NYT food section. I can’t wait for Wed to see what I may be making Thur. Velvet fish? Yum. Mushroom appetizers? I’m in (and I don’t really like mushrooms). And more. I’ve also picked up baking again. Made the lemon coconut cake form this weeks paper. Fantastic!! This app allows me to save and comment on adjustments I’ve made - which I do. Velvet fish sauce needs to be 1.5 the recipe. And needs more heat. The butternut squash “florets” need more purée and a little less sugar. Etc. But I find many of my goto recipes come from the NYT. And of course, also ideas on which cookbooks to invest in.
  • NYT cooking 5/5

    By YarmouthME
    Great recipes with great variety. Recipes are cross referenced. The photos and ratings provide added inspiration urging me to try something new every week. Thank you!
  • Great Cooking Adventure 5/5

    By Flash 12
    Recipes are a great way to try something new.
  • Classy! 5/5

    By osamunki
    Makes me feel like I’m a New Yorker even though I’m in Colorado. Great recipes and background stories.
  • Makes cooking even more fun 5/5

    By Bellinbabe
    I love the variety of recipes here and the ease of putting them into my recipe box. Even if I’m not going to make the recipe the reading is enjoyable. However I’ve been cooking a lot more since starting this app. My family is loving it.
  • Nothing but delicious!! 5/5

    By Lori Castagna-Storey
    Just renewed my subscription! My family loves this app as much as I do.
  • Favorite Recipes 5/5

    By CARoline1115
    This is my go-to place to find great recipes.
  • Thanks 5/5

    By shef--78
    Great recipes and helps me organize and discover
  • Bomb recipes 5/5

    By LF cedeno
    Really great recipes for any occasion!!
  • Love NY Times Food APP 5/5

    By wendy berloe buch
    Like Sam’s and guests stream of food consciousness, love the variety of the recipes which help me with new ideas and tweaks to old ones and the blog is interesting as well Thumbs up
  • Excellent inspirations! 5/5

    By Magda11047
    Easy to follow directions, clips of recipe shopping lists, perfect for a great home meal for us two foodies with leftovers to spare. I love it.
  • Best cooking reference ever! 5/5

    By mypycs
    The NYT Cooking app has been a life saver under so many circumstances. Having a family whose eating preferences run from vegan to paleo, I can almost always find recipes that will satisfy everyone at the table. The site is easy to navigate, and I especially like that the recipes in my recipe box are the first to show when I put in search word or words. This app is well worth it’s cost!
  • Still my Go to Recipe Site! 5/5

    By Jonesy 7
    Super! Easier to use than ever. I use the shopping list feature often and create personal notes after I cook. The notes from other at-home cooks are also useful.
  • Isaac J 5/5

    By Isaacjeon
    Never used a cooking app/recipe thing much, but love the NYT app. Great mix of chefs, helpful community tips/comments, worth paying for.
  • Use it all the time! 5/5

    By monch monch monch
    I’m the main cook in our house, and I use this app for recipes every day. It’s changed the way we eat.
  • A great tool! 5/5

    By MartinRR
    I have been using this app for about 6 months and I still love it! My previous comments still stand! The only change I would suggest is to have the ability to go directly from my “recipe box” to “search” without having to return to the home page first.
  • Can’t imagine life without it 5/5

    By therealtruthninja
    Whether we’re wondering what to cook for a feast or a weeknight, NYT Cooking has become indispensable. We search it while at the grocery store, responding to the specials, or from the couch, planning a dinner party. A sale on salmon — mm, how about slow roasted citrus salmon? A snowy weekend with family? How about Dijon-style stew, roast chicken provençal, or Pierre Franey’s fabulous Meatball and sausage stew? What to do with leftover buttermilk? Hey, look at that marinade! We always check the notes, which offers a wonderful chorus of experienced cooks adding variations. The app has made us more adventurous and confident chefs, and enriched and illuminated our everyday life in dark times.
  • Endless Culinary Wealth 5/5

    By Jules Finegold
    This is my go-to for every new recipe I’m looking to make or enhance. The variety and quality available surpasses any other premium resource on the web.
  • One of my most used aps 5/5

    By Hazy fae
    Intuitive, well designed, packed with great recipes.
  • Love it! 5/5

    By Shnarf shnarf
    Great recipes and a great recipe organizer, too. Don’t have any complaints.
  • Worth the $40! 5/5

    By the Mnyah
    Love the writing, pictures and even the fonts in this app. Easy to store and print (if necessary) the recipes.
  • Invaluable 5/5

    By debchas
    I'm pretty mew to actual cooking (burning is more my forte) and NYT Cooking provides recipes at different skill levels for delicious meals. Each recipe includes ample explanation and information. Most meals are economical and attractive, too.
  • Great collection 5/5

    By mbundo
    Good app. Great content. Works really well in combination with the paper.
  • Must do 5/5

    By Deep Space Chuck Berry
    A must for food folks.
  • Love to cook with NYT! 5/5

    By Cook on tge fly2
    If you are like me buying groceries for dinner on the way home after 6pm, this app is awesome! There are score of recipes that an average cook can prepare in 20 minutes. I love it!

NYT Cooking app comments

Download Android Apps and Games Android APK

Home | Privacy Policy | DMCA | Contact | Copyright © 2019