September 8, 2008 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Lewiston, Maine - Advenio LLC is delighted to announce that you can now create cookbooks with the latest versions of MacGourmet, their popular cooking and recipe organizer for Mac OS X and TasteBook, the best place on the web to discover, organize and share favorite recipes and turn them into personal hardcover cookbooks. MacGourmet allows Mac-loving cooks to quickly and easily organize their recipes, wine, and cooking notes, all using a Mac-friendly user interface that is both familiar and easy to use.
With TasteBook's simple drag-and-drop interface, making a personal cookbook is as easy as creating a "playlist" for your recipes. Complete with customized covers, each personal cookbook is a unique gift--or an everyday essential. By partnering with Tastebook, creating your own cookbooks is as easy as exporting your personal recipes from MacGourmet and uploading them to Tastebook, combining them in chapters with recipes from sites like Epicurious and SimplyRecipes and ordering your personal cookbook. For a limited time, create a new account and upload your MacGourmet recipes and you can use the code RECIPESW to save 20% on your cookbooks. For more information, please visit MacGourmet's website.
Think of MacGourmet as "iTunes for Recipes". Easily browse an entire collection, or build custom lists for categories, such as appetizers or desserts. MacGourmet also includes web publishing, clipping from web pages, and web site importing. It's one of the few Mac recipe applications to offer nutritional analysis.
MacGourmet also offers the following features:
* Publish collections to .Mac and WebDAV accounts
* Flexible options for printing recipes, including printing on index cards
* Easy import of recipes found on the web using clipping, drag and drop and cut and paste
* One-step recipe importing from many popular recipe sites
* A sample recipe pack for first time users of 80 recipes
* Shopping list export to HandyShopper and SplashShopper on a PDA, or to iPod
* An extra large Chef's view for preparing recipes in the kitchen
* Import of MasterCook, MasterCook Mac and Meal-Master recipes
* Flexible recipe scaling
* Metric conversion
* Many ways to search; including the recipe box search field, find, cupboard find and potluck find
* Smart lists that keep themselves updated automatically
* Chef's Reference of commonly used cooking information
MacGourmet is available for download as a free demo that can be used 20 times before expiring. During each session, every feature can be used, with limits only on the number of times an action can be utilized during each session.
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 15.5 MB Hard Drive space
* Internet connection
Pricing and Availability:
MacGourmet 2.3 can be purchased for $24.95 USD (per single computer license), or by using the built-in purchasing module. A full-featured, trial version can be downloaded. This version 2.3 release is a free and recommended update for all customers.
The 20% OFF offer expires September 30th, 2008, 11:59pm, PST. Enter coupon code RECIPESW at checkout to redeem. The 20% off offer applies only to orders of $34.95 or more (not including shipping or tax). Cannot be combined with other offers. No substitutions or cash equivalent given.
Located in Lewiston, Maine, Advenio, LLC is an independent software vendor founded by Michael Dupuis in 2001. With a focus on the Mac platform, Michael founded Advenio with the intention of developing unique and user-friendly applications. Copyright 2001-2008 Advenio, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
TasteBook is the best place on the web to discover, organize and share favorite recipes - then turn them into beautiful personal hardcover cookbooks. TasteBook gives you access to the best recipes available anywhere. Headquartered in the Bay Area's food epicenter, Berkeley, CA, TasteBook was founded in February 2007 by Kamran Mohsenin, co-founder of Ofoto (now the Kodak Gallery), and Greg Schroeder, chief technical architect of Ofoto.