A Must Have for Managing Recipes
For those looking to better organize recipes, you should check out Living Cookbook 2011. Its capabilities are far better than software programs I have explored in the past, and new users can advantage a 30 day free trial download.
Living Cookbook offers some supercharged tools for anyone who cooks. A serious advantage is that one can copy and paste a recipe from the Internet in about 1 minute after practicing on a few. From that copied recipe, one can modify ingredients or directions, record the source, calculate recipe scaling and nutritional content, and even add a photo. These tools also apply to an original recipe or one of the hundreds that are provided in the program itself.
The search tool is also valuable, as is the ability to build your own cookbooks, creating sub-sections as the user sees fit. It additionally offers the ability to print those cookbooks, providing indexing and paginating so you don’t have to do it manually. Many other benefits are built into the program as well. There is a calendar and menu/meal planning tool, an ingredient shopping list, and users can print individual recipes on index cards or standard paper.
This is just a glimpse into the featured highlights of Living Cookbook, but if you’re looking for organizational tools for your recipes that is easy to use, I highly recommend that you check out this product. You can pull a free download by clicking to this link and if it works for you like it does for me, you’ll find yourself investing the full purchase price of less than $35!