This is how the MEAT! App works:
Menu button category: Recipes are sorted by chapters like poultry, beef and veal, pork, lamb and wild game
Menu button search: Find recipes by ingredients or recipe name.
Menu button favorites: With this button, you can store your favorite dish or individual dish sequences.
Menu button Shopping list: The list of selected ingredients in the recipe overview are collected here as shopping list. Each ingredient can be crossed out by cklicking on it, to indicate that it is completed or not.
Menu button glossary: The kitchen lexicon containing the 450 most important culinary words.
Menu button About / Settings:
Language: Set the app´s language independently from the chosen country setting. Changing the language requires a shutdown of the app within the Task Manager. Then the app can be restarted as usual. The following languages are currently available: English - German - Dutch - Portuguese
Standby off: Turns off automatic sleep mode while cooking. When you leave the program, automatic sleep mode is reactivated.
Classic Layout: Switch to choose between cover flow and the classic list layout.
By clicking on the list of photos, you can go to the recipe page. A slide show can be started, be paused and resumed at any time by using the button at the bottom-right corner of the screen. Each recipe is illustrated step by step, using a series of three to five photos.
Browse sideways through: Recipe - Ingredients - Step 1 - Step 2 - Step 3 ....
Simply follow the directions, and you'll succeed with your recipe.
Use the high resolution images on the iPhone. Each step and food photo can be enlarged just by zooming.
Basic recipes and preparations are linked to the list of ingedients.
The Option button is only active when you are visiting a recipe. It provides the following options:
- Add the recipe to the shopping list or favorites list.
- Send the recipe as mail to print from your desktop.
- Give a feedback to the App Developers (us).
Reading aloud: Please choose the Read selection option under Settings - Help. You can then double-click on the text to be read aloud and play it with the Speak button.
Comments on ingredients:
One teaspoon (tsp) equals 0.2 fl oz./5 ml, and one tablespoon (tbsp) equals 0.5 fl oz./15 ml. Unless otherwise indicated, whole milk is used. The information given for potatoes, vegetables and eggs relates to medium sizes. Pepper is always freshly ground pepper.
Children, the elderly, pregnant women, sick and convalescent persons should avoid dishes with raw or lightly cooked eggs, raw fish and seafood.
All recipes have been tested, prepared and tated with the utmost care and concern for quality.