Is there not enough Giada Di Laurentiis in your life? If after reading her cookbooks, purchasing her kitchenware and watching her Food Network shows you still need a Giada fix, you'll love her new weekly app.
The chef, along with her longtime publisher Clarkson Potter, has just launched a weekly iPad App called (you guessed it) Giada, Eater reports. The app is a blend of lifestyle advice focused on food, beauty, fashion, home décor, health and fitness, travel, and family life, according to a press release.
This week's Hot Issue features all sorts of advice for cooking, entertaining and looking your best in the summer. You'll find recipes for tequila ceviche with citrus and fennel salad, Giada's summer beauty tricks and even a playlist of her favorite summer songs.
The inaugural issue of Giada is free but otherwise you'd have to pay $.99 for each download. Weekly issues will be published on Thursdays and you can buy a monthly subscription (4 issues) for $2.99. To download your free copy, go here.
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