Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

NEW Cocktail App for the iPad

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Just in time for summer, we're excited to bring you the new Martha Stewart cocktail app for the iPad. Mix, stir, blend, and muddle with a variety of drink recipes, fascinating histories and tips, sharing capabilities, barware recommendations, and even delicious bar-snack ideas, plus simple how-to videos.

Martha Stewart Cocktails comes with a spirited selection of Martha’s Classics, twenty traditional (and not-so-traditional) drinks that stand the test of time. Within the app you can purchase additional recipe packs—starting with Summer Coolers, Mocktails, Regional Favorites, and Cutting-Edge Cocktails—to build your own mixology library and learn the basics to plan the perfect cocktail hour.

Features include:

  • The ability to expand your library with additional recipe packs, including Summer Coolers, Mocktails, Regional Favorites, and Cutting-Edge Cocktails
  • A selection of easily prepared bar snacks to accompany the drinks
  • Our spectacular search wheel, which allows you to search by drink style and liquor type
  • How-to videos and photos, a unit converter, and space to add your own notes
  • Our stunning virtual bar that allows you to navigate within your library
  • A place to collect your cocktail favorites
  • The ability to send a drink to a friend or post it to your Facebook wall
  • Extensive tips on cocktail preparation and stocking a bar, as well as fascinating tidbits and fun fact

Check out this great addition for the iPad now!

Comments (3)

  • I am having a party this weekend. I am making your teacher friend John's eggplant rollatini. I will now be making these summer coolers to go with it.
    Thanks for having such a wonderful show.
    Aaron

  • The cocktail app looks great !!!

  • Lennie, when you say "microwave version" do you mean real poirrdge, just made in the microwave rather than on the hob, or do you mean the instant packeted microwave stuff? Because if so I soooo agree with you, it is just pap, like Reddibrek. But I have made my own poirrdge both ways, on the stove and in the micro, following the same proportions etc both times, and whilst there is a slight difference to my tastebuds (and I do agree the pan made is a bit more solid and toasty, although I love the micro one too) the main and indisputable benefit is that I don't have a pan to clean up.I suppose if we are aiming for fast food, it has to be better than a sachet of readymade pap, don't you think?

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