Recipes guarantee chefs always remember how much sour cream to put in mashed potatoes or how many shakes it takes to turn a jug of milk into a wedding cake. Never forget with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for Cook’n Recipe Organizer Version 10 (a $79.95 value)
- $39 for Cook’n Recipe Organizer Version 10 and $30 to spend on eCookbooks (a $109.95 total value)
The software works on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/NT/2000/ME/Windows 98 and Mac v10.6 or higher; see the website for more information. eCookbooks ($0.95–$29.95) can be downloaded and integrated with the Cook’n Recipe Organizer, and are available from brands such as Taste of Home, Weber, and Gooseberry Patch.
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Cook’n Recipe Organizer Version 10
Recipe cards tucked into boxes, links bookmarked on computers, recipes shared via email—now, home cooks can save and organize all their recipes with Cook’n software. The program comes preloaded with 500 recipes to start out. From there, you can enter your own heirloom recipes and Internet finds, compiling them in the same spot and keeping them safe from spaghetti-sauce explosions. The software can organize the recipes into digital cookbooks with their own chapters, or print recipe cards and custom cookbooks with personalized colours and styles.
After you’ve rounded out your gastronomy anthology, you can search based on the ingredients you have on hand, or create meal plans with shopping lists that are automatically organized by aisle. To help home cooks tailor their meals to their family’s dietary needs, the program’s nutrition database enables it to estimate nutrition information, even for user-inputted recipes.
78% of 340 customers recommend
“I had an older version of this software and liked it very much. When the offer came up through Groupon to purchase a later release, I jumped on it. I do like the...”
“I had an older version of this software and liked it very much. When the offer came up through Groupon to purchase a later release, I jumped on it. I do like the recipe screen scraper feature which works with most food sites, as well as the internet lookup, along with the "normal" search functions. I have some saved recipes I'm working on that were exported from the previous version that need to be prepared for importing into this release, but its worth the effort. You are also able to purchase cook books from Cook'n Recipe and added to the existing receipe libraries.”
“Of all the recipe organizers I looked at before purchasing Cook'n, it just simply had the most features that I wanted. Lots of functionality and an attractive...”
“Of all the recipe organizers I looked at before purchasing Cook'n, it just simply had the most features that I wanted. Lots of functionality and an attractive interface, and the company really cares about their product and about supporting their customers.”
“Love it! Can't wait till the iPhone app is available.”