I love the holidays because people get cheery, weather gets crispy and food gets delicious. Luckily, I don't cook anything! If you do cook, however, it's probably a good idea to have some recipes and a plan. FOOD52 Holiday Recipe and Survival Guide is an ace iPad cookbook that'll take care of everything for you.
I'm growing so tired of Yelp that I hate myself every time I use it. But! It's hard to find another food recommendation app that's quite as comprehensive. Chef's Feed isn't as all-encompassing, but it one-ups every other food app by showing you the food that chefs—AWESOME CHEFS!—like and eat.
Right now, when I want to find a place to eat, I fire up Yelp. Which is fine, until I pull my hair out reading some weirdo reviews from annoying holier-than-thou reviewers. Ness is different, they try to cut them out.
The former Gourmet Magazine, reinvented on the iPad as Gourmet Live has undergone the shrunkifying process of porting itself to the iPhone. It's the same content as the iPad: some delicious looking recipes, fun cooking stories and dead simple navigation.
Foodspotting Lite for Android is better than a classic restaurant guide because instead of describing dishes, it literally shows you, with user uploaded pictures, what you'll be eating. You can see pictures of food in restaurants near you or search for more specific pleasures. Plus, you can partake in the fun by…