Epicurious For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Food & Drink

Price: Free

Rating: 4.74678 stars based on 92371 reviews


Epicurious Chromebook App Download

Download Epicurious For Chromebook

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2009-04-24
  • Current Version: 7.1.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 103.74 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital

How To Download Epicurious On Chromebook

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The ultimate recipe resource for curious home cooks. Discover more than 50,000 recipes from the biggest names in cooking — including Epicurious, Bon Appétit, Gourmet, HarperCollins, and more — with the new Epicurious app. Reimagined, redesigned, and ready to help you find recipes that you’ll love to cook and share, the new Epicurious app is the sidekick you need to be a hero in the kitchen. ENDLESS CHOICES Discover 50,000+ test-kitchen perfected recipes from cooking’s biggest names, including Epicurious, Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and HarperCollins. ROBUST SEARCH AND SAVE OPTIONS What Do You Want to Cook? Advanced search functions make it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for. Search our entire catalog by meal, diet, occasion, ingredients and more. Save your favorites so they are always close at hand. RECOMMENDATIONS TO YOUR TASTE Personalized settings and recommendations mean you can adjust your Epicurious app experience at any time for customized recipes tailored to you. iPAD COMPATIBILITY Enjoy the entire Epicurious app experience on a larger screen, with high-resolution photos and more. ADDED BENEFITS If you’re already an epicurious.com or bonappetit.com subscriber, log in for unlimited access to the Epicurious app now. Or, subscribe in the app, and start enjoying full access on both epicurious.com and bonappetit.com and all 50,000+ recipes, plus instructional videos, expert advice, kitchen product reviews and cooking technique tutorials. Choose from two subscription options: - Monthly subscription to the new Epicurious app: $4.99. Cancel anytime. - Annual subscription to the new Epicurious app: $39.99 (save 33% off the monthly price). Non-refundable. Cancel anytime. The app is free to download. Subscribers receive unlimited access to recipes. Users need to be subscribed and logged in to access recipes in the app. Non-subscribers may access the recipes by starting a free trial. If you used an earlier version of the Epicurious app, you can access your library of saved recipes in the new app by signing in with the same email address associated with your previous account. Users who have trouble accessing recipes can e-mail us at [email protected] for assistance. The subscription includes a 7-day free trial, after which it will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period and will state the cost of renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user, and auto-renewal may be turned off by updating the user’s App Store Subscription settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Payment will be charged to iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Please Note: Users can cancel their subscription anytime from App Store settings. The Epicurious app requires iOS 14 or above. Information about our Terms of Use & Privacy Policy can be found at - Privacy policy: https://www.condenast.com/privacy-policy - Terms of Use: https://www.condenast.com/user-agreement



  • Used to be better!

    By capt.jac
    I have had an epi account and used the app for years. The recipes are good but the app has changed and is now very difficult to navigate. (And this happened after they started to charge for it!) When looking at my saved recipes, if I open one to read it and then try to go back to where I was, it takes me back to the first saved recipe again and I have to find my way back to where I was…each and every time. It makes me hesitant to even open any of the recipes as it’s such a pain! I used to have folders with apps, fish, chicken, pasta, etc…and spent a lot of time organizing, they seem to be gone now and I don’t see any way to organize them anymore. I don’t think I will be paying for this for another year😢
  • EpiRecipes vs EpiApp

    By GirlWhoLovesToCook
    I have been an Epi App aficionado for years and years. I have and will always LOVE the recipes. In fact I’m almost exclusive to the app for recipes. That said, I am so disappointed with the quality of the new app. It is extremely slow/sluggish to respond to the point that I dread having to use it. I also don’t like that I can only see my most recent Saved Recipes because I have so so many recipes and some old ones I use to use regularly and other old ones I want to revisit. Also, sometimes I see a new recipe on the email I get but if I don’t remember the name specifically I don’t get it. And…in my saved recipes I have the same problem. Something I would like to suggest, too, is that sometimes I don’t remember the recipe or I have an ingredient or two but I can’t get the recipe I need from my saved recipes. That’s a little frustrating but probably a hard algorithm to put into the app. If I didn’t love the recipes and the reviews I would just use another app. Oh, I wish I could use a different app.
  • Nothing but time out errors

    By kf5nhr
    So far I haven’t been able to use this app at all. All I get when I search is a time out error. Don’t waste your time with this app. It simply doesn’t work
  • Don’t mind paying/but it’s junk

    By GirlScotti
    Been a long time subscriber to Gourmet and Epicurious. Unfortunately their paid app is garbage. I don’t mind paying but every time I open my app it tells me I need a link from condenast. No link arrives. Contact customer service. They say no account under my email. CSR then does weird childlike thing telling me what they like??!! I don’t care that you enjoy cycling. Or chocolate. Just fix the problem. They take my money monthly but make it absurdly difficult to sign in. New York Times Cooking app is so much better.
  • Piss poor

    By Lord Austin
    This used to be a great app, but it keeps getting clunkier and buggier and on and on. Do not recommend unless you want to be constantly frustrated when you search “pork fried rice” and there are 0 hits, but if you search “fish” you get hits for lamb meatballs and pork fried rice. And now you get the same experience with the added bonus of paying $60/year for your trouble.
  • Terrible

    By jb1668
    Conde naste bought them, now subscription model. Already paying for access on Apple News+, so it’s like paying twice to begin with. But the worst part is that I can’t even access saved recipes without paying, recipes that were saved YEARS before they were bought which is just ridiculous. The app and search is slow and terrible too. Worst, ruined a good thing. Would give zero stars if I could
  • So buggy!!

    By MVP in 415
    The recipes are great but the buggy-ness of the app is beyond frustrating
  • Can't print, i get no response from the app developers

    By Bevhobbs
    I cannot print a recipe from the app, I get a huge banner that says I cont have a subscription. When I check my status it says my subscription is active. I have written twice about this and I get no response. This is so frustrating.
  • Laggy, buggy, unfortunate

    By KR Mc
    I’m trying this out because I do like the recipes from BonApp and Epi… but the app crashes frequently, freezes, and is otherwise frustrating to use. If it doesn’t improve, I’ll cancel my membership and go to the library to photocopy the magazines.
  • Lame

    By Rheranyth
    Used to be free but now it is not.