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Mobile App "Nose to Tail" to receive major update with three new animals and Facebook integration
This update for Nose to Tail (available for iOS and Android) will provide over 200 different cuts from four animals (cow, chicken, lamb and pig) to serve as the comprehensive resource for food lovers on how to choose the best cut for their next dish.
By: Socket Software Pty Ltd
Nose to Tail is a comprehensive yet convenient reference to be used by Cooks who need to know how to best prepare a cut of meat or want to find the ideal cut for their dish. Not only are cooking preparations, suggestions and tips provided; each cut includes anatomy and history of the cut to give Cooks a better understanding of the origins of the meat.
Being able to easily identify cuts of meat by distinguishing features is critical when shopping and cooking. Nose to Tail incorporates unique illustrations for each of the 200 cuts as well as animal diagrams and breakdowns to help as a reference.
“Nose to Tail app is the only mobile app that you require if you’re serious about learning all about the various cuts of meat.” — 96Apps.com
“Have been using various apps to have my favorite meat cuts with me all the time for consultation, but this is hands down the best!” — Kensai
“Fantastic App. Every chef should have this!” — Jordan Henry
“With the Nose to Tail iPhone app, there’s no more confusion about meat selection and cooking methods for the many different cuts.” — CrazyMikesApps.com
Nose to Tail boasts many features to encourage learning about different cuts:
—Illustrated Animal breakdowns with butcher primal and cut diagrams
—Categorization and browsing of cuts by cooking methods and suggested uses
—Social sharing of cuts and stories via Facebook
—X-Ray feature to explore uncommon animal cuts
—Bookmarking favorite cuts to be easily accessed later
—Meticulously researched details about each cut
—Hand drawn reference images for cuts
—Beef cuts included with Chicken, Lamb and Pork available for In App Purchase
Other cut reference apps are satisfied with including a small number of popular cuts of meat. Nose to Tail provides an exhaustive list of all possible cuts, opening up new culinary possibilities that will respect the animal and delight the diner. Nose to Tail charmingly presents as smorgasbord of information in an efficient and approachable manner, making discovering new cuts or learning about the old a great experience.
The Nose to Tail website (http://nosetotailapp.com) includes more screen shots of the App and a promotional video showcasing the App in use. There are also feedback forms to provide suggestions on new cuts and features that will improve the app.