Your AKIAJORY4BU3VIIZLWRQ is not registered as an Amazon Associate. Please register as an associate at https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/assoc_credentials/home.

Panna is a video cooking resource offering Online Cooking Classes and Video Recipes from award-winning chefs, established in 2012. The brand includes a website, iOS, Android.[1], and Apple TV apps, as well as an Amazon Prime Subscription.

Contents

Founding[edit]

Panna was founded in 2012 as a video cooking magazine for reading on tablet devices[2] by David Ellner. Ellner decided to start the company as a solution to the disconnect he felt lay between his efforts to create dishes from chefs’ cookbooks and how they appeared in the book’s photos.[3] The app was initially funded by a Kickstarter campaign.[4] The first issues contained thirteen to fifteen recipes each, with ten minute videos accompanying each recipe recorded by professional chefs.[5] The first issue was published in September 2012.[6][7] The company is based in New York, NY.

Panna Timeline[edit]

Content[edit]

Recipes come with auto-generated shopping lists for readers to make the dishes themselves.[8] Videos can be downloaded for offline streaming.[9][10][11] In 2013, the publication added an “Ask the Chef” section, where readers could ask chefs questions about their recipes.[12] Panna Cooking also offers “Classes.” In a class, one chef delves into a specific type of cuisine and the subscriber gets a package of recipes and cooking tips.

The magazine’s contributing chefs have included Mario Batali[13], Andrew Zimmern, Rick Bayless, Anita Lo[14], Nancy Silverton, Jonathan Waxman[15], and Chad Sarno.[16]

References[edit]

  • ^ El Khoury, Rita. “Panna’s video recipes and cooking classes are now served fresh on the Play Store”. Android Police. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Bell, Killian. “This Week’s Must-Have iOS Apps: Path For iPad, Onavo Count, Panna & More [Roundup]”. Cult of Mac. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Gordiner, Jeff. “In Panna, a New Cooking App, Chefs Show How”. New York Times. New York Times. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Grant, Rebecca. “Panna’s digital magazine delivers world famous chefs into your kitchen”. VentureBeat. 
  • ^ Wilbur, Kenzi. “David Ellner, founder of the Panna Cooking App (and a Giveaway!)”. Food52. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Velden, Dana. “Panna: The Best Digital Cooking Magazine I’ve Seen So Far”. Kitchn. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Gould, Danielle. “Kickstarter Projects Offer Recipe Product & Publishing Trend Insights”. Forbes. 
  • ^ Perez, Sarah. “Panna, A Video-Based Cooking “Magazine” For iOS, Raises $1.35 Million”. TechCrunch. 
  • ^ Tanzer, Myles. “Startup News: Foursquare Plans Yelp’s Obsolescence and Brooklyn Tech Triangle Meets Its Maker”. Observer. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Jolly, Jennifer. “TECH NOW: The only cooking apps you’ll ever need”. USA Today. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Grant, Rebecca. “Panna’s digital magazine delivers world famous chefs into your kitchen”. Venture Beat. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Jarvey, Natalie. “Launchpad Portfolio Company Cooks Up Funding Round”. Los Angeles Business Journal. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 
  • ^ Loitsch, Scott. “You Can Make Homemade Pizza Margherita Just Like Mario Batali In This #TastyStory”. Buzzfeed. 
  • ^ Perez, Sarah. “Panna, A Video-Based Cooking “Magazine” For iOS, Raises $1.35 Million”. TechCrunch. 
  • ^ Velden, Dana. “Panna: The Best Digital Cooking Magazine I’ve Seen So Far”. Kitchn. 
  • ^ Perez, Sarah. “Panna, A Video-Based Cooking “Magazine” For iOS, Raises $1.35 Million”. TechCrunch. Retrieved 20 June 2017. 

  • Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panna_Cooking

    Click to download this post as PDF and we'll send it to you right away!

    Enter your Email Address here

    NO COMMENTS

    LEAVE A REPLY