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Dolphin Browser for Home Chefs

by blogAdmin on July 25th, 2023

Sharp knives, food processors, cast iron pans – quality tools make all the difference in crafting delicious meals. Modern home chefs are expanding their culinary toolkits beyond these staples and welcoming technology into their kitchens. Anyone who loves to cook should start thinking about their tablet or smartphone as a new sous chef. Here are a few ways home chefs can use Dolphin Browser to whip up their next feast.


Cooking up a great meal typically starts with sifting through recipes and finding the perfect combination of dishes. Tabs in Dolphin Browser are a great way to explore. You can hop from one recipe to the next and dedicate a tab to each one. The hardest part is picking which recipe  will make the final cut.

Bookmarks in the sidebar

If you’re finding lots of good options and want to store them in one place, try adding them as bookmarks for easy access. All you have to do is swipe right on your Android device to reveal the bookmark bar on the left. You could also keep some of your favorite food blogs there for inspiration.

Save to Evernote

Another option for organizing your recipes is in Evernote. The add-on Evernote for Dolphin Browser allows you to quickly clip the content from any website and upload directly to your Evernote account.

Set up a gesture for your favorite cooking blog

If you have a go-to food guru who guides your culinary adventures, make his or her blog accessible at the the swipe of your finger. Set up a gesture linked to the blog for quick browsing. Maybe a circle like the plate your tasty dish will go on, or perhaps a line like the knife you’ll do your expert chopping with (this isn’t art class, we don’t have to get too fancy with it!).

Ask sonar your questions when you have messy hands

You don’t make a good meal without things getting a little messy. If your hands are coated in breadcrumbs but you need to google if you can substitute arrowroot for flour, open Dolphin (maybe with your elbow?), give your phone a little shake, and ask Sonar your question. Minimal dirty-hands to phone contact. Maximum search potential.

Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments how you’re using Dolphin Browser to take your cooking up a notch.

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