NYT Cooking

NYT Cooking

By The New York Times Company

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-09-17
  • Current Version: 4.8.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 58.02 MB
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 13,439 Ratings


Introducing the NYT Cooking app for iOS. Browse, search and save more than 18,000 recipes from The New York Times, featuring beautiful photography, and easy-to-follow instructions. App features: • Browse The Times’s archive of recipes, with new recipes added each week • Search more than 18,000 recipes by diet, cuisine type, preparation method, meal type and more • Save your favorite NYT recipes, as well as recipes from other websites, all in your personal recipe box • Mark recipes you’ve cooked, rate recipes, and leave notes 
for fellow cooks or just for yourself for when you cook again • Access your saved recipes anywhere you use NYT Cooking, including desktop, iPhone and iPad • Share your favorite recipes with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and email • Plus: The app display won’t go to sleep while you’re cooking—we keep it awake for you as long as a recipe is onscreen. In addition to these core features, the iPad App allows you to also: • Discover recipes recommended just for you • Organize your recipes into customizable collections • Learn to cook with instructional technique videos Subscription Options: • Monthly NYT Cooking subscription: $4.99. Cancel anytime. • Annual NYT Cooking subscription: $39.99. Cancel anytime. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy: https://www.nytimes.com/content/help/rights/privacy/policy/privacy-policy.html Terms of Service: https://www.nytimes.com/content/help/rights/terms/terms-of-service.html Feedback? Suggestions? Problems? Please contact us at cookingcare@nytimes.com or from within the app itself. Your feedback is important to us, and we’ll do our best to assist you.




  • My cookbooks are collecting dust...thanks to this app

    By AdinNashville
    Seriously, this is almost the only source I use anymore for all of my recipes. Another awesome facet of the app is that you can import recipes from other publications onto the app, such as those I find in the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. The recipe collection on this app is expertly curated, including meals from all cuisines around the world but also good old-fashioned American mainstays.
  • The only way

    By mokiethecat
    No need for a cookbook. Love the recipes and the system used to manage my recipes. Easy to use, easy to find the recipes I cook over and over again as well as those I loved to read about but haven’t cooked yet.
  • Best!

    By Runi52
    My go-to app when looking for recipes! I also appreciate the reviews and tips other cooks give.
  • Best recipes on an app

    By PTO23
    Great new recipes weekly
  • Go to recipe box

    By Trigger Boston.
    This app is now my go to recipe box for culinary adventuresomeness. Easy to search. Easy to sort and save. Links to multiple devices. Love it. Thank you, NYT!
  • Okay I am not that great a cook

    By G-Shredder-B
    Everyone seems to think I am a decent cook but basically I know how to boil water. However, this cooking app has really helped me put together a lot of fun recipes. It’s easy to use and I could give up the 3 by 5 mess. Thanks for the help guys!
  • They want to charge for this now

    By Garyax
    This has to be the worst recipe site ever conceived. The breadth of coverage is sorely lacking for even a basic cooking or recipe application. During the extended time It was accessible as part of the NYT subscription, one could easily add recipes if they looked interesting, but don’t try to find them in any organized fashion later. I ended up adding a lot of things to my recipe box but never actually cooked anything I added as it was too difficult to access what was saved in a usable fashion. It is much like dumping your recipe box in the kitchen floor and then trying to find something when you need it. It’s just not worth the effort when there are so many other quality options. It is difficult for me to even imagine someone paying for this. If it had been developed into a well organized and comprehensive product first I might have been willing to pay for it, but alas that was not the case in the instance. As for the NYT subscription, the bottom line is that I am tired of being sold a product only to have the seller come in later and begin to whittle away at that product and withhold content for more money. I really think that if I have an all access subscription to the paper, that should mean that when I read an article in the food section I will be able to actually see the recipe the article is covering. What’s next, will access to obituaries, fashion, the arts and so on be blocked unless we pay for each section. I think it is time to drop my subscription to the NYT altogether.
  • Best food recipe app ever!

    By BigPoppyRevKev
    I. Love. This. App.
  • Review of app changes

    By cjenine
    I like the old app better, the one that featured “todays’s recipe” and then the previous day’s recipe and then the day before that. I can’t remember how many days you could review 3 or 4
  • Useful app

    By Uniquenickname564
    This have become my go-to recipe resource. It’s convenient, accessible, and I love that the screen stays on when the app is in use. My only complaint is the advertisements - why do I get ads when I pay for this?