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Gourmet Recipe Manager

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It's a day off from blogging, it's Sunday, day for resting and drinking nice cold one (beer), and maybe thinking more how to surprise your friends, girlfriend or wife (make her smile and stop yelling at you) Make some good things, invite your friends to dinner, prepare good food have some fun... and can you use your computer for doing this??? sure you can..

Try the Gourmet Recipe Manager, a simple recipe managing application. It will help you a lot while experiments in the kitchen :)

Gourmet allows you to collect, search and organize your recipes, and to automatically generate shopping lists from your collection. Isn't that cool??? Shopping list so you can do everything wright and just in time! Latest version also allows you to calculate nutritional information for your recipes using the USDA food database (or entering custom information by hand).

In Gourmet you can easily search through recipes, search by ingredient, title, category, cuisine, rating or instruction. Multiple kinds of searches can easily be combined (so you can search for salads (category) with walnuts (ingredient) without having to open a separate dialog. For advanced users, you can also search using regular expressions.

Recipes are open in own window, like the recipe card. You can instantly multiply or divide the recipe, so Gourmet will adjust the ingredient amounts and adjust the units. Also you can scroll through the steps of a recipe.

The recipe card also includes nutrition information. Clicking on the "Edit" button brings up a simple wizard that will bring you through the ingredients in your recipe, allowing you to pick equivalences from the USDA nutritional database or enter nutritional information by hand. Gourmet does its best to choose good defaults as it guides you through your nutritional information, and it remembers your settings for future recipes. The nutritional information is not directly tied to the displayed ingredient information, so you can make reasonable substitutions and approximations for nutritional calculations without damaging the integrity of your recipes. You can also tell Gourmet to ignore certain ingredients — no need to waste time looking up nutritional information for every last spice after all!

Entering recipes and ingredients in Gourmet is intuitive and painless as possible, while still allowing powerful features.

Also you can export your picture recipes on HTML format. and post it on your Web.

For more info look at the official page

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