Every Monday, Recipe of the Day brings you a new batch of delicious recipes from the trusted kitchens at Williams-Sonoma—one recipe for every day of the week.
The app features a selection of starters, salads, sides, soups, main dishes, and desserts. Many with photos! With the search feature it's possible to filter for type of dish, ingredients, gluten-free options, and more.
The free app contains recipes from the past two weeks and gives you new recipes over the next two weeks. When you purchase a monthly or annual subscription, you'll receive new recipes on a regular, weekly basis.
Simple and beautiful, this app also is a workhorse: Every recipe can be saved to a favorites list, and every recipe contains built-in timers and shopping lists. Plus, it's easy to email or print a recipe.
Download Williams-Sonoma's Recipe of the Day app and receive a sampling of recipes from the previous two weeks—and for two weeks going forward. Once you've subscribed, the app gives you seven new recipes each Monday—one for every day of the week. Compatible with iPhone and iPad and available on the App Store, this subscription-based app will dazzle you with its elegance and ease-of-use—not to mention its incredible recipes.
"Chuck Williams, our founder, contributed to over 100 cookbooks over the last three decades, and our new app will help share his love and knowledge of cooking with a new generation of Williams-Sonoma fans."Janet Hayes, president, Williams-Sonoma
Starters, salads, sides, soups, main dishes, and desserts are the building blocks of great menus. And they're all here.
Filters enhance your search, making it easy to find all the chicken recipes, say, or the vegetarian options.
Need a way to remember recipes that you want to cook again? Use the Favorites folder.
With a tap you can move ingredients from a recipe to a shopping list, then print or email the list.
Preset timers are placed within recipes; the app can facilitate multiple timers running at once.
Tweet, text, or Facebook your dinner plan; email or print recipes.
It's easy to review the previous year's recipes, making seasonal cooking easy.