What happens when you merge Tinder and the Food Network? To all the hardworking Millennials, you get the greatest app ever.
This new, emerging food app, created by three University of Charleston alumni, is revolutionizing the way we choose our next meal. While bonding over food in Charleston, the three pals decided to create this new recipe app with a fresh new take. Following a similar formatting as Tinder, you’re able to swipe right to place the recipe in your virtual cookbook or swipe left to trash it. I mean who needs relationships and cuddle buddies when you have food, right?
This new way of planning your next meal almost makes no room for planning your next date—it’s as addictive as Tinder.
Tender offers different filter options to accommodate your cravings, including drinks, dessert, chicken, pork, beef and seafood as well as vegan and vegetarian options. If you are a vegan (I am), you know firsthand that budgeting is quite the struggle, especially in New York City. But this app allows you to cook gourmet-like vegan meals at incredibly low costs. Not only is this a great tool for people with a filtered diet, it is well-suited for college students. Instead of spending ten dollars a day on lunch at the local bodega, you have the platform to cook meals that are just as good, if not better, at a lower cost.
But wait, there’s more! Recently Tender has updated its app, and now you’re able to get some recipes in your cookbook delivered to your door—just be sure to look out for the deliver tab. Tender is available on iTunes to download for free, so pour a glass of Perrier, pop in a movie and swipe right for your next meal. Just note: pasta will never leave you.