Skillet

Learn to cook at your own pace with step-by-step videos

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#4 Product of the DayDecember 21, 2015

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Cary Black@caryblack
Is this app available any longer? The link is broken.
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Partner, The Upstarters
@vickyoshee tell us more :) Where do you get your recipes from?
Victoria O'SheeMaker@vickyoshee · Entrepreneur & tech startups enthusiast
@bentossell Hi! We created all the content with the help of professional chefs, we are now looking for the best way to let chefs from all around the world teach recipes through this platform without compromising quality of the videos.
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Partner, The Upstarters
@vickyoshee could open up submissions to others and review... Could be fun for people to build up their own following and post themselves too... like having a YouTube channel
Victoria O'SheeMaker@vickyoshee · Entrepreneur & tech startups enthusiast
@bentossell great feedback, thanks, we're working on it and hoping to have that ready very soon. The challenge for them might be finding the way or the equipment to shoot high quality videos instead of phone videos.
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Partner, The Upstarters
@vickyoshee very true... I'm thinking quite far down the line I guess :)
Victoria O'SheeMaker@vickyoshee · Entrepreneur & tech startups enthusiast
Skillet empowers users to learn to cook at their own pace with bite-sized step-by-step videos. I love cooking but I was frustrated with the ways available to learn new recipes and techniques, like expensive and time-consuming cooking classes, other apps or website, usually overloaded with text, and Youtube videos or cooking shows forcing me to lag behind or pause too many times. So no matter if you are a beginner or a master chef at home, Skillet will adapt to you, and not the other way around and will explain as many times as you need. Thanks for visiting and please let me know your feedback or I'd be happy to answer any question you might have!
Marko Russiver@markorussiver · Founder & CEO @ Guaana
@vickyoshee This is great! The other day I found a subreddit called https://www.reddit.com/r/GifReci... and thought it would be awesome to have an app that works like that - maybe even help me record recipes of my own. Check the subreddit out - they would love Skillet.
Victoria O'SheeMaker@vickyoshee · Entrepreneur & tech startups enthusiast
@markorussiver nice! Thanks for this. Once you get to try it (on your iPad if you have one, or with any device using our responsive web app), please let me know what you think!
Simon Bromberg@shimmb · Technical Lead @DashMD , sbromberg.com
Clicking "Register" on the login page doesn't work for me (takes me to same page)
Victoria O'SheeMaker@vickyoshee · Entrepreneur & tech startups enthusiast
@shimmb I'm sorry, only facebook login is available at the moment, let me know if you have any problems logging in.
Fernando Montoya@montogeek · Web UI Developer
@shimmb Hi Simon, you have to click again in the "Start cooking now!" title.
Simon Bromberg@shimmb · Technical Lead @DashMD , sbromberg.com
@vickyoshee @shimmb It's not immediately clear what the point of signing up is. Perhaps you should add more to your on-boarding process to make that more clear. Plus I generally don't link my Facebook account to things like this. Anyhow, if it's not working, then why is the link there?
Victoria O'SheeMaker@vickyoshee · Entrepreneur & tech startups enthusiast
@shimmb Thanks for the feedback Simon, we'll look into it and fix the link. We're also working on having a "guests" button so you don't have to register just to try it, and an email sign up for those who prefer not to log in with Facebook.
Mr. T@t87 · t87, Apple everything.
Could you please fix the link? Domain on sale etc. right now.