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In terms of life-changing appliances, an iPad just might be the best thing we’ve introduced into our kitchens since the invention of the electric refrigerator. Whether paging through a visually lush restaurant cookbook or watching a how-to video embedded in a recipe’s step-by-steps, having a tablet on hand has changed the way we cook. Our digital library of cookbooks and food writing is a rich and growing resource; we’re thrilled to share our favorites from the iBookstore with you here, and at itunes.com/saveur.
VIETNAMESE HOME COOKING
Charles Phan's debut cookbook is eye-catching in print, but in the digital version from the iBookstore, it's exquisite: a vibrant photo of bánh cuôn (rice crêpes with pork and mushrooms) fills the display; a swipe of the finger replaces it with a gallery of step-by-step imagery for constructing the dish, all cross-referenced against a visual glossary of ingredients. The book was a long time in the making, but as the saying goes, good things come to those who wait.