Noodler

Noodler 1.0 for iPhone

Free Food & Drink App on iOS

Published by Michele Humes

Noodler gives you noodle soup ideas, one illustrated bowl at a time. See one you like? Noodler will teach you how to make it—with smart, flexible recipes written for the way you really ... Read More > or Install Now >

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12.71 MB

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Tech Specs

  • • Price: Free
  • • In-app purchases: None
  • • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • • Requires: iOS 8.0 or later
  • • Device compatibility: iPhone

User Reviews

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  • • Rating average
  • 4 out of 5
  • • Rating users
  • 37

Download Count

  • • Total downloads
  • 0
  • • Current version downloads
  • 0
  • • Updated: October 22, 2015

More About Noodler App

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Noodler gives you noodle soup ideas, one illustrated bowl at a time.

See one you like? Noodler will teach you how to make it—with smart, flexible recipes written for the way you really cook.

Simple. Beautiful. Slurp.

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What you get:

▸INFINITE INSPIRATION
Over 3 million chef-curated bowls.

▸VISUAL UMAMI
Anime-inspired illustrations that delight and entice.

▸REAL-TALK RECIPES
Noodler knows the best bones to make stock with—and how to doctor broth from a box. Choose the option that works for you.

▸A RICH REFERENCE LIBRARY
Packed full of tips, techniques, and variations.

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A note from the author:

I was raised on noodle soup by my Cantonese mother. Although my training is in French cooking, when I'm tired or stressed, I'll reach for a bowl of noodles every time.

I spent a year writing, painting, and testing Noodler. I hope you'll love it as much as I love rice vermicelli in chicken broth topped with poached shrimp, bok choy, and chopped scallions.

Michele Humes

What's New in Noodler 1.0

  1. That sums it up! This app is really attractive and operates so smoothly. The layout makes it look like it's simply something nice to look at, but one more click takes you to clear and detailed descriptions and recipes. I love that it's set up that way—I can really just enjoy the illustrations if I'm not cooking at the moment, rather than being inundated by text with every image. I have not yet cooked from the recipes, but I peruse cookbooks for fun (!) and can tell that these recipes will be easy to follow and will result in successful noodliciousness.I really like that the author encourages experimentation in the intro, and the recipes seem modular/flexible. All that aside, it's kind of an unheard-of deal ($0.99 for what amounts to an entire cookbook), so you really can't lose.

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