New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) May 13, 2012
appsbar.com has recognized “Pocket Cajun” as the appsbar App of the Day because after collecting beads in New Orleans during Mardi Gras this year, Digi developed quite a taste for the spicy flavor of cajun cuisine.
The “Pocket Cajun” app teaches Digi how to cook like a Cajun and develop his own style with help from south Louisiana cook and humorist, Jacques Gaspard, who has been cooking great Cajun foods for nearly 50 years. App users will also learn how to prepare gumbos, seafood, jambalaya, stews, salads and deserts - the way they were originally prepared - pure and simple. Besides great original recipes users will discover a hodgepodge of stories, recordings, music, videos and humorous anecdotes to entertain.
Where the app can be downloaded for free:
Why Digi likes it:
The “Pocket Cajun” app is a great way to learn the necessary skills to cook original cajun food, while listening to some of your favorite zydeco tunes. Made with appsbar, this app was free to make using appsbar’s iPhone app builder, Windows app builder or Android app builder, and even better, it’s free to download.
How anyone can make an app:
Simply join the community with an email address and get started on an app. Digi, our loveable robot app coach, is there to help at each step.
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