BarWare Deluxe 2.5
BarWare Deluxe is a bartending guide, giving you instructions on everything from making classic drinks to building your mixology vocabulary.
BeerAlchemy is designed to help homebrewers create great beer. It takes the drudgery out of recipe formulation and looks after all your recipes too!
When I first started homebrewing a few years ago, I spent a lot of time looking for recipes...and for Macintosh recipe software. In the process, I collected quite a few recipes, but didn't find much software. So I decided to write my own. The result, which you see here, is BeerMeister.
BusyCooks RecipeDB 4.2.1
Organize all your recipes on the Mac or PC and simplify meal planning!
Enter and organize your own recipes
Add or remove categories as needed
Search hundreds of recipes in seconds
Edit recipes quickly and easily
Create shopping lists
Print recipes automatically
Email recipes to friends & family
Export database for quick back-up
Import recipes from the BusyCooks.com free recipes area without typing anything
Post your recipes to the BusyCooks.com free recipes area without typing anything
Swap recipes with other RecipeDB users. Send your database to another user to import your recipes on their software, and vice versa.
Cut and paste recipes into database from web sites, text files, emails, etc.
The Computer Cookbook 3.1.6
The Computer Cookbook allows you to keep track of, add, delete and manage your Recipes easily on your computer. The Big Deal about my program is that you enter your recipes as you would find them in real recipes, As Whole numbers & FRACTIONS. No need to convert your recipes to decimals like most other cookbook / recipe programs make you do. With The Computer Cookbook you would enter 2 3/4 cups AS 2 3/4 cups. The Computer Cookbook also allows you to Re-Size your recipes without permanently changing your original recipe. You can even print out this re-sized recipe!
Connoisseur makes managing your recipes as easy as iTunes makes managing your music. From the elegant and snappy interface to auto-completing ingredients, we have put in the hard yards so you can focus on what is important; entertaining your guests.
Features at a glance
Manage Recipes: Add your own recipes or change ours.
Sort with ease: Find the recipe you want, fast.
Recipe Scaling: Big family? No problem.
Importing; Import any recipe.
Online Catalogue: Discover and share recipes.
Shopping List: Know what to buy.
Cooking View: Cook without destroying your Mac.
Unit conversion: Go metric!
Export to PDA: Compatible with Handy Shopper.
Export to iPod: Turn it into a cookPod.
Export to PDA (2): Compatible with SplashShopper.
Informational Freedom: Based on open formats.
A Cook's Books 1.2.8
A Cook's Books is a powerful and elegant recipe manager / nutritional reference tool created specifically for Macintosh OS X users.
CookWare Deluxe 3.2
CookWare Deluxe makes collecting and organizing recipes really simple. The concept of CookWare Deluxe recipe software is to be very easy to use without giving up features. Dragging and dropping recipes into CookWare Deluxe makes adding recipes really fast. You can drag recipes from your Internet browser or word processor directly into CookWare Deluxe, categorize it and you're finished! After dropping your recipe into CookWare Deluxe use the Editing Helpers to reformat and change the abbreviations for ingredients so your entire collection of recipes are consistent. The Editing Helpers also auto-fill the recipe.
iCuistot follows the trend set by Apple's iApps. It provides a powerful feature set with an easy to use and familiar user interface. iCuistot provides a great recipe management software by taking the best from popular software like iTunes, iCal, Keynote, Safari and the Address Book. iCuistot will quickly becomes your best cooking companion!
Everything is at your Fingertip
With the Inspector all the information is centralized in a nicely place. More than 150 different informations may be saved for each recipes. Everything is so well organized that you will find what your want quickly. From categorization to notes, from nutritional information to dietary exchange lists, from appreciation to accompaniment, from the recipe image to preparation time, from digital rights managements options to Dublin Core metadata about everything is supported. Naturally, you fill what your want. The only required information is the recipe name. The inspector is contextual. When you edit recipes, you see recipes properties, and when you edit themes, you see themes properties. The Inspector can either be attached to the main window as a drawer or floating as a standalone window. All the flexibility is allowed, nothing less.
Organize All Your Recipes
Are you tired of losing recipes and having to search through a stack of books to find them? Enter all your recipes into Kitchen, and you'll never have that problem again. Browse and search your recipes for that perfect meal for any occasion.
Are you going to the store and wish there was an easy way to print out a list of all the items you need? Simply select all the recipes you have planned for the week, and Kitchen automatically generates a shopping list for you.
Email Your Recipes
Do you wish you could easily email recipes to your friends and family? Kitchen lets you send recipes at the click of the mouse.
You organize your digital photos, you make playlists of your mp3s. Now bring your recipe organization into the 21st century with MacGourmet. Think of MacGourmet as "iTunes for recipes."MacGourmet helps you create and edit recipes, wine notes and cooking notes, easily browse your entire collection and build your own custom lists for categories like appetizers or desserts.
In addition to recipes, MacGourmet lets you save notes and labels for wines you've had, creating a digital "wine scrapbook." Had a great wine that would go well with a certain recipe? MacGourmet lets you make a relationship between them. In fact, make one or many relationships between every kind of recipe box item.
And like your wine notes, you can keep lists of your cooking notes, those nuggets of wisdom that are general and not necessarily specific to any one recipe or wine.
Measuring Cup 1.2.3
I would like to think that it is the easiest to use recipe management software out there in the Mac OS X land. Think iTunes or iPhoto for recipes. Specifically, these are the features:
Simple organization of recipes. iTunes/iPhoto kind of organization. Allows user defined categories and sub-categories. Searchable.
In-place editing. Some software have a presentation view that is different from a editing view. I find that cumbersome. I like to edit my recipe as easy as when I am viewing it.
Undo/Redo support. Good - no, make that great - undo/redo support. I am a careless person and tend to make mistakes and so I absolutely need this support.
Simple view of a recipe. Shows the most important detail in the main screen. The rest is tucked away in an Aqua drawer.
Aqua luscious. I try to be a good OS X citizen.
XML backing store. You probably don't care about this but I thought it would be cool to mention it. All recipes are stored as XML file for easy sharing eventually.
Party Pro for iPod 7.0.5
The ultimate bartending and party guide for your iPod.
- The 800 most used drink recipes
- 55 drinking games
- Global bar and club guide for every major US + European city
- Bartending tips and tricks
- 100 pick-up lines for both men and women
- Post-party solutions
Recipe Box 1.4.2
Recipe Box is the easiest to use, most practical electronic recipe book application on the market. It maintains not only a database of your favorite recipes that can be displayed or printed scaled for any number of servings, but also of the ingredients, units of measure, and preparations methods used to ensure minimal typing and maximum consistency.
The smart solution for your cooking and grocery shopping. Recipes are easily added by typing them in, pasting from the clipboard, or importing directly from the internet: no formatting is necessary. The wizard interprets the recipes, links them to the database of grocery items or to other recipes and yields an accurate nutritional analysis without user intervention. You organize your recipes by categories and in cookbooks that you can share with the free Shop'NCook Reader software. A powerful scaling tool lets you scale the ingredients and the text of the recipes, make automatic ingredient substitutions and unit conversions. The ingredients of the recipes are converted to your preferred shopping units and added to a collating grocery list with a click. Contrary to most cooking software, grocery lists can also be created by directly selecting items of the database, adding from sublists or just typing in new items. Other features: customizable database of 2000 grocery items with nutritional data for more than 40 nutrients; nutrition scripts to control the display of nutritional information and compute custom nutritional formulas; e-mail tool to send recipes and shopping lists; direct access to an online recipe database where Shop'NCook users share their recipes.
What makes YummySoup! so great?
- Clean, consistent, easy to use Interface. If you can use OS X, you can use YummySoup!
- Browse recipes just like browsing your E-Mail
- Simple, Single Panel Recipe Editing
- Drag ingredients from web-pages or documents directly into the editor.
- Easy on the eyes and easily adjustable Full Screen View
- Super intelligent navigating system similar to iPhoto
- An online database which you can browse just as it were part of your local library!
- You can publish your favorite recipes to the online library
- Email recipes that look just like printouts, with an included export file so your friends can easily import the recipes into their copy of YummySoup!
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