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  1. Through the combination of a smartly designed mobile app and a fleet of experienced drivers, DoorDash can deliver food from a wealth of local restaurants directly to your door.

  2. Hungry? The GrubHub app can help.

  3. This two-compartment wine cooler will be useful if you're looking to store different wines at different temperatures at the same time. You can also choose the capacity you need to avoid overpaying for empty storage space.

  4. This attractive and budget-friendly cooler is a good option for beginner wine collectors or those who just want a fridge to store some wine for a special occasion. It's energy-efficient and affordable.

  5. Free recipe app for home cooks. Create a meal plan, grocery list and more from your favorite recipes. Organize your recipe collection and take it anywhere.

  6. Pepperplate has all the tools you need to cook weeknight dinners or host a dinner party for 12. Manage your recipes, create menus, shop with ease and cook like a pro.

  7. From tap to table in minutes

  8. Copy Me That is an all-in-one Food and Drink application that offers multiple services such as recipe manager, meal planner and shopping list into one seamless flow.

  9. With over a million apps and games, Google Play has something for everyone. Browse and install your favorite Android apps and games on your Android phone, tablet, TV or from the Web.

  10. Affordable online ordering, receive orders for only 50p.

  11. ELFSH alows coordinating eating together

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  12. Basil is a free to use Food and Drink application developed and published by Kyle Baxter.


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