Reviews and Problems with Cooking Guide: Can't Decide What to Eat?
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"Handy Pocket Cookbook"
Kelsey, Mighty Ape
23 September 2013
Summary: Even though this isn't a game I really enjoyed it. As a young aspiring chef
I found this Cooking Guide very simple and great to use. Most importantly
I found the recipes turned out delicious. Cooking guide has step by step videos
which can help you do simple things such as gutting fish to rolling sushi.
Conclusion: Being the sort of person that would like to do more in the kitchen but not having a clue where to start i figured this product might come in handy. Tried it out for the first time today and was very impressed. The recipie ideas look great with a large variety to choose from and the step by step guide carries you through each stage from choosing ingredients all the way to serving the dish.
Conclusion: When Nintendo announced this DS title, everyone was confused why they were releasing such a title? With around 250 in depth guides to cooking though, this isn't an application to be sniffed at.
Conclusion: I'm utterly rubish at cooking. I also cannot allow my mother to try and teach me how to cook because she is annoying when she does so. When I heard about this game I was incredibley pessimistic, it had the potentional to be awful like a lot of DS educational games (a lot of them are awful by the way) this isn't one of them. It's so easy to use, and whilst the voice recognition is not perfect (though I am a geordie so that may not be their fault!
Conclusion: I love this! It has recipes from all over the world as well as british food so its a nice change to try new things. Easy to use and takes you step by step right through the cooking process where u can use voice prompts to move onto the next step if you got your hands full. Its not just recipes but gives advice and video clips of how to prepare things too.