Cooklet is an “international culinary platform” for organizing recipes, finding new ones and getting cooking tips.
Love It: Really slick design. Great organization.
“75% of European digital ecosystem is present at #TNW2018”
Are you doing business in Amsterdam in May?
Hate It: Being international, there is sometimes a language barrier.
One part that my bio doesn’t say about me is that I’m a foodie. I absolutely love to eat, and I love to cook. I’m always searching for new recipes and ways to keep them better organized. Cooklet, it seems, might be just the site I’ve never knew that I always wanted.
Cooklet is a few different things:
- Recipes Organizer
- Shopping Assistant
- Community Sharing
- Cooking Academy
- Conversion Tools
- Multiple Timers
The cool part, seeing as cooking is a somewhat mobile activity, is that you can have Cooklet on your desktop, laptop, iDevice or any other smartphone. No worries about running back to your desk mid-whisk.
I could tell you all about it, but the video is probably the best way to really get a look at what all Cooklet can do:
The site is still in beta, at the moment, so you might find the occasional bug. However, from what I’ve seen so far, it’s sure to be out of beta soon. Signups are open, so drop by and give it a shot, then let us know what you think.
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