When tech and cooking collide, it’s usually pretty awesome. We love that classic necessities for cooks, like cookbooks, are being created especially for the digital generation. It allows for much more interactive content with potentially amazing results. The newest player in this field is Panna, a video-based cooking app for iPad.
The app is available starting this Thursday, November 1st and essentially publishes content like a bimonthly magazine — you know, if a magazine had video capabilities and an interactive digital format. Panna’s monthly content consists of a series of video cooking demonstrations, available to watch whenever you want. It’s like having professional chefs right at your fingertips, waiting to teach you how to become the next great cooking talent.
If you thought watching chefs on TV was addicting, just wait until you get ahold of this!
Whether you’re just looking for recipe inspiration or want step-by-step instructions for creating a delicious meal, you can proceed at your own pace — pausing, fast-forwarding, rewinding, or skipping around.
Plus, the videos are organized into categories that match how you actually cook. For instance, there are impressive dishes for “entertaining,” simpler and faster recipes for “weeknight meals,” and “classics” that every chef, even the most amateur, needs to know how to make.
We’re incredibly excited about the future of recipe sharing and cooking lessons. Pretty soon, you might be able to get an entire culinary degree online!
What’s your favorite digital resource for great food content? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.