Apple Loves a Food App
It seems that even in the midst of Slow Food movements, people still want help throwing together a quick dinner that doesn't require a loud speaker and a lighted menu. And hey, 20-minute meals are, in fact, fairly quick-like and don't require the use of a George Foreman Grill or a Fun Cooker, but think of how fast prep would be if we had an easier time with community gardens 'round these parts. Fewer trips to the grocery store, local produce, Oliver's recipes at arms-length -- we'd be working with technology and community land. But I digress.
I've actually got the 20-Minute Meals app and I gotta say, though it's a bit pasta-heavy, after comparing it with other recipe apps -- all of which I eventually deleted out of frustration -- I have not been disappointed with the flavor profiles, adaptability and skill level required.
Whether you skew healthy or not, having a solid recipe app at your fingertips -- especially one that offers a 20-minute max prep -- outweighs dialing that same phone and ordering junkier food you'll have to wait 45 minutes for.