Boy am I a geek. I got a new smartphone not long ago and it took just seconds for it to make itself indispensable. I use it to check the weather, read email, make dinner reservations, see when my bus is due, update grocery lists, surf the web, play Angry Birds, get directions, scan SKUs to look up prices, ready blog feeds, and even sometimes make phone calls. If I have even a minute of downtime, I’m poking at my phone like a chimp, going “Ooo-oo-oo!”
So it was a natural that I create a mobile version of Food & Fire. You can either view a compact version of Food & Fire with any smartphone’s browser, download the site as an Android-only app at: http://www.appsgeyser.com/getwidget/FoodFire, or scan the QR code at the start of the post. Note that since this is not an Android Market app, you’ll have to click the “Settings” button on your phone that lets you download non-market apps.
I am very excited (in a bespectacled, nerdlinger kind of way) about this because I now essentially have all of my recipes with me all the time. I can hear it now:
“Do you have a good barbecue sauce recipe?”
“Sure, there’s an app for that.”
Ah, geek nirvana.