(PRWEB) July 28, 2010
Glossy expensive cookbooks don’t last long in modern day kitchens with exposure to water marks, margarine stains and accidental page tears, and it’s doubtful that when Apple designed the iPad they had revolutionizing kitchens in mind. But as it turns out the cookbook and the iPad have met at an unforeseen crossroad, with the iPad turning out to be the ultimate kitchen companion.
Amateur chefs globally and indeed a few master chefs on television are turning to the handy iPad for easy access to recipes. The iPhone and iPod Touch are also popular choices in the kitchen, providing pocket sized portable recipe reading. The iPad has become perhaps the most attractive choice due to its larger screen and capability of displaying the entire recipe for viewing at a distance.
As the desire for healthy eating on demand grows, the iPad is becoming a regular feature in the kitchens of many budding chefs and young professionals. There has already been a vast increase in the popularity of PDF cookbooks, with Nikki Young’s Paleo Cookbook series becoming one of the more prominent market leaders. This popularity is due to a rise in the demand for healthier recipes amidst a generation of unhealthy people exposed to the risk of obesity, diabetes and other chronic diet related health conditions.
Nikki explains, “The Paleo Cookbooks have risen in popularity because people are turning back towards healthy eating and away from junk food. PDF Cookbooks increase accessibility and fit into the modern day demand for cooking with variety and efficiency. The iPad and iPhone provide the perfect platform for portable recipe reading.”
Modern day life is all about efficiency and saving time. Cooking is often time consuming enough without having to search for a cookbook and then repeatedly searching for a recipe whilst propping the page open with a cake pasting brush. The iPad, and indeed the iPhone and iPod Touch are capable of storing thousands of PDF cookbook recipes, making life in the kitchen potentially more efficient and enjoyable.
Nikki Young’s customer feedback substantiates these perceived benefits. “Since the emergence of the iPhone and the iPad, we have received very positive feedback from our customers explaining how easy they find reading our Cookbooks in PDF format. We are constantly looking at ways to make our PDF Paleo Cookbooks as aesthetically pleasing as traditional cookbooks.”
When it comes to selecting a new healthy recipe, morning, noon or night, there isn’t currently a more practical medium than the iPad or its close cousins the iPhone and iPod Touch. Whilst traditional cookbooks still enjoy solid sales, for those with a busy schedule still wanting to maintain a healthy diet, the solution has most certainly arrived.
For further information on the Paleo Diet and Nikki Young’s Paleo Cookbooks, visit: http://www.paleocookbook.com.