Evernote has released version 2.0 of its Food application which adds completely redesigned sections to help inspire and preserve your food experiences, as well as iPad support, so you can take it to the kitchen to easily prepare what’s on-screen.
Evernote Food 2.0 lets you explore thousands of recipes from your favorite food blogs and sites and save those recipes in “My Cookbook.”
Speaking of which, the cookbook tab lets you browse recipes you've clipped in Evernote Food and collected in your Evernote account. Plus, you can “Use My Cookbook to prepare recipes using your iPad or iPad mini,” says Evernote.
If you’re tired of your kitchen and want to eat out, Evernote Food will let you discover new restaurants and save the ones you like so you can revisit them. Best of all, you get to see all of your past meal locations displayed on a map.
This and much more can be had in the newly updated Evernote Food.