Titled the James Beard Foundation Vegetables, the app features step-by-step tutorials and short videos teaching users how to turn farmers' market finds into exciting gourmet dishes. It also offers chef anecdotes, built-in cooking timers, a shopping section and the ability to share your favorite recipes with friends.
The app is available through iTunes and free to download for JBF members. Here are some of the 22 recipes included in the app:
Alfred Portale: Beet Salad with Mango, Feta, Orange, and Mint Alice Waters: Simple Salad Charlie Trotter: French Breakfast Radish Confit Dan Barber: Greenhouse Salad with Yogurt Daniel Boulud: Seared Fennel with Fennel Purée Daniel Humm: Beets with Horseradish and Wasabi Grant Achatz: Hot Potato, Cold Potato, Black Truffle, Parmesan Jean-Georges Vongerichten: Green Asparagus with Morels and Asparagus Purée Jeremiah Tower: Mixed Vegetable Ragoût Judy Rodgers: Zuni’s Vegetable and Bread Soup Larry Forgione: Jim’s Creamed Hash Potatoes Lidia Bastianich: Bietola e Patate (Swiss Chard and Potatoes) Mario Batali: Cavatelli with Pesto Enrico Michel Richard: Onion Fettuccine with Parmesan Cheese Rick Bayless: Cucumber Margarita Thomas Keller: Swiss Chard Ribs
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