April 27, 2009 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Advenio LLC is pleased to announce updates to their add-on Mealplan, Cookbook and Nutrition plug-ins for MacGourmet, their popular cooking and recipe organizer for Mac OS X.
Mealplan 1.1 includes bug fixes, adds better copy and paste support and adds a new "day label" feature.
Cookbook 1.1 includes bug fixes, adds a new "text blurb" feature and updates the PDF generation engine.
Nutrition 1.3 includes bug fixes and includes an update to the latest USDA SR21 database.
Mealplan has all sorts of things that make your meal planning a breeze: it adds a drag and drop weekly planner that makes it easy to organize meals for your entire week. With the weekly planner, making a shopping list for your week is just a button press away. Mealplan also adds a way to create menus for your meals too. Finally, print out a planner for your entire week, so that you can see "what's for dinner," at a glance.
Organize your recipes into chapters, add text and image pages, and create real PDF cookbooks that you can share or print with the Cookbook plug-in. You can print your cookbooks on your own printer, or upload them to print-on-demand services, which let you create real cookbooks for sharing with your family and gift giving. What a great way to create and share that family cookbook you've always wanted to do!
Using the latest nutritional database provided by the USDA, the Nutrition plug-in, lets you quickly and easily calculate nutritional information for your recipes, based on each ingredient and amount used. It adds an easy-to-use database browser that lets you search though all of the nutritional items and their nutrient values in the entire database. Browse by food group, or quickly search by the description based on what you type into the search field.
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 2.4 or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* G4 Processor, 1GHz or faster
Pricing and Availability:
MacGourmet Mealplan, Cookbook and Nutrition are all available for $9.95 (USD) from the Advenio online store.
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.