August 17, 2009

Vic Mahfood

Global Eater Food Dictionary

COST: 99 cents
DESCRIPTION: Dictionary, Lifestyle, Native, Recipes, Reference
..RELEASED: 7/5/09, VERSION: 1.0 -- RATING: 4 Stars..

Doesn't everyone like trying food from different cultures? There's something about the different spices, textures and mixes that is quite different to the tastebuds. The problem is that sometimes you feel quite foolish not being able to understand the meaning of an exotic meal in another language. That's why Global Eater Food Dictionary is such a helpful app. Menu items are simply and easily explained for every 'foodie' layman. There is a handy index in which you may enter the first letter of the word of the dish, and the app's powerful search engine will jump to that item. Another perk is that many of the items have descriptions and intriguing facts written about them, many of which you may not have known before. So make sure next time you're out on the town at an ethnic restaurant, that you order exactly what you want by checking your Global Eater Food Dictionary. Guessing menu items is a thing of the past.

"Don't know the difference between a 'canoli' and a 'canneloni'? When you see Suzuki on a menu, do you think it's referring to a Japanese motorcycle? Global Eater is here to help. It is your always-ready pocket guide to the world of food terminology. Find over 1,100 food terms found on menus for ethnicities including: Chinese, French, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Mexican and Thai."

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 2.2.1 or later. OS 3.0 Tested. Rated 4+.
--Tip: You do not have to be connected to a network to use this app. Data is stored directly on the phone. New ethnicities, meals and features to be added in the future.
--Languages: English
--Developer: Bay Apps

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