NYT Cooking - Recipes from The New York Times

NYT Cooking - Recipes from The New York Times

By The New York Times Company

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-09-17
  • Current Version: 3.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 87.63 MB
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,910 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.



  • Classic pricing mistake

    By Minufer
    NYT has made a classic pricing mistake here. They thought they built an app worth $40 a year. But as you can tell from the reviews the people have spoken. The app itself is a simple recipe app with a save option. For the five star reviewers that think we should just shut up and pay this annual fee - i'm sorry you feel our voice is not important. I used to recommend this app to my friends. Now I cant even mention it to them.
  • Price way to high

    By ATXCooper
    Update (sept 23, 2017) -This app has way more 1 star reviews (there are over 200) then you see in the summary. Did you know that the app publisher can reset the summary graph after each release. Not every app publisher does this but NYT has chosen to do so in order to create a different image. Many of the recent five star reviews are there by friends and family. How can there be such a large gap between 5 and 1 star reviews with very few 2/3/4 star reviews? On top of it many of the 5 star reviews you read are from before the majore change to a subscription model. If you read reviews from the iPhone you do not have sort option that you have from the iPad. So you will only see a very large number of positive reviews from the iPhone. I knew the day was coming that they would start charging. But what I didnt see coming was the amount they would want to charge. I would have signed up for .99 cents a month or 9.99 for the year but no way in hell would i sign up for 4.99 a month or 39.99 a year. I will miss Melissa Clark.
  • Great sitr

    By ArrowStar12🤑🤠
    Wonderful site! All of Melissa Clarke's recipes are fantastic
  • Free no more: Now you have to pay for this app!

    By PixelPuppy
    I deleted this app after I was locked out unless I paid! I had been using the app to save recipes for a long time. The app still advertises as free. Not free!
  • LOVE IT! W/ update request

    By Kwonzaa
    Small update: I still love this app. I know I wished for pics for ALL recipes. I wish there was a way to have it that way without the size. It's the biggest app (over a gig) on my phone. That's a lot. More than FIFA 16 or Pokémon Go. The crazy thing is... I don't cook. But I love food. I love the variety. I love the organization. I started to read the recipes from the paper, then online and now the app. If I ever cooked, the mobility of the app would make me look like a genius. Love it. I wish they had pics for every single recipe. But it's still a great app! (It still doesn't have pics for all recipes. It's still huge)
  • A once good app ruined

    By etfulton3
    A bait and switch. This app worked wonderfully for saving recipes. I get that they want to monetize the NYT cooking component but now I am locked out of all my saved recipes that have nothing to do with NYT. It is now not only useless but has actually damaged my archive of recipes.
  • Greedy

    By jaydub1977
    You guys have lost your mind trying to charge that much for this app. Get over yourselves.
  • Are you kidding me...

    By Octavio Botello
    I loved this app but they want you to pay for this now.. what a shame
  • Great app, great recipes. Definitely worth the $3/month

    By Hassan was a taken username
    This is a fantastic app. With this app I don't need to go anywhere else to find recipes because I know the recipes (and the user comments) will lead to a great meal. Yes having everything for free is great, but at $3/month with the annual membership this is still a fantastic price. Who owns an iPhone but can't afford to put $3 a month towards improving a skill we all need to do everyday day for the rest of our lives?
  • Not worth $4 a month

    By musicluver9
    It's bad business to give a product out for free and then, without warning, switch it to a paid subscription service. Either start as a free service and stay that way, or charge a fee from the beginning. There were some good recipes on NYT, but nothing that is worth $4 a month when there are plenty of other free sites with better recipes. Also a paid app should work better than this one. It's clunky and poorly laid out. Design a better app, charge less, and then maybe I'd think about a paid subscription. Right now it just isn't worth it and I doubt it ever will be.