Make the Internet your cookbook and eliminate boredom from your diet. With Shop'NCook you can import recipes with a single drag & drop, create shopping lists with a click, get nutritional analyses, even share recipes online!
Shop N Cook Shopping List and Recipe 3.4.3 Make the Internet your cookbook and eliminate boredom from your diet. With Shop'NCook you can import recipes with a single drag & drop, create shopping lists with a click, get nutritional analyses, even share recipes online!
Description: You love to cook...you just don't like all the administrative hassle that's involved! Editing and formatting the recipes you download...matching your recipes to your grocery lists...and then figuring out how your favorite entree stacks up against your diet! Sometimes you think you need a full-time organizer just to keep track of it all.
Well, congratulations - you've found your organizer! Shop'NCook is your kitchen manager in a box - ready to handle all the administrivia so that you can get back to creating culinary magic!
With Shop'NCook, the Internet is your cookbook. Grow your personal recipe collection by typing, pasting or dragging & dropping whole recipes directly from the internet...no tedious editing or formatting. You start with a built-in, customizable ingredient database offering 2000 grocery items with nutritional data for more than 40 nutrients. You can add new ingredients and categories for your family's specific needs or restrictions, and organize them according to your supermarket aisles. The Shop'NCook wizard automatically interprets your recipes, adds the ingredients to your grocery list with a single click, and gives you an accurate nutritional analysis seamlessly.
Best of all, Shop'NCook can travel with you. You can organize your favorite recipes in cookbooks and share them with your friends using the free Reader software. Export your recipes and shopping lists in HTML or SplashShopper formats to your PDA, send them to friends by email, or share them with other users in an online database.
Forget the frustration of organizing - cooking is fun again!
Review: Cooking Up Recipes Online I had six pounds of rhubarb, 40-plus cookbooks and a computer. Where to look for a recipe? Despite the cookbooks, I find the Web is often the best place to satisfy a food craving or help me figure out what's for dinner.