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LONDON, December 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
With celebrities like Martha Stewart being chastised for their "revolting" food photos, Platter hopes this simple guide will help home cooks keep delicious keepsakes from their Christmas.
Platter is a free iOS app that helps home cooks showcase their dishes in a like-minded community. From birthday cakes to hangover cures, Platter celebrates real food by real people.
Platter Founder Will Hodson comments: "Social networks are festooned with food photos over the festive period. As a community dedicated to home cooking, we thought we'd share some tips on how to make yours as good as possible. If you pulled off an incredible Christmas roast, you don't want to look back at photos that depict a murky trough of gravy-based swill. If you follow a few simple rules, your photos will be as delicious as your dinner."
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Platter is a free iOS app that helps home cooks showcase their dishes in a like-minded community. From birthday cakes to hangover cures, Platter celebrates real food by real people. This disruptive appeal has won awards from Digital Shoreditch, A&N Media and Shortlist inter alia.
As the world's first food micro-blog, Platter spreads culinary inspiration in the simplest format. All photos are tagged by ingredient, so you can quickly find fresh ideas for the food in your fridge. The app also lets users animate multiple food photos to create 'visual recipes' without words. Platter is the brainchild of Will Hodson, a former food blogger and vintage wine salesman who has contributed to The Guardian on business and food. You can follow Will's cooking on Platter here: PlatterBill.
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