Editors' reviewStill writing your grocery list on the back of an envelope? Shop'NCook can bring your weekly shopping into the twenty-first century. It quickly stores recipes and manages grocery lists, and the tabbed interface offers several tools, including a grocery list manager and a recipe organizer. Recipes go into multiple cookbooks featuring detailed information on ingredients, preparation, and nutrition. Users can download additional cookbooks or import recipes in Meal-Master (MMF), TXT, and HTML formats. They also can share recipes with the free Shop'NCook Cookbook Reader. Given a recipe and a number of servings, the program can calculate nutritional content and the amount of ingredients required. The handy shopping list includes nonfood categories, such as cleaning supplies and personal care, and you can print the list to take along. The downside? The trial version limits cookbooks to 20 new recipe entries. Otherwise, Shop'NCook makes planning meals and organizing shopping trips a snap.
Smart solution for your cooking and grocery shopping. Recipes are easily added by typing them in, pasting from the clipboard, or importing directly from the Internet: no formatting is necessary. The wizard interprets the recipes, links them to the database of grocery items and yields an accurate nutritional analysis automatically. The powerful scaling tool lets you scale the ingredients and the text of your recipes, make automatic ingredient substitutions and unit conversions. The ingredients of the recipes are converted to your preferred shopping units and added to a collating grocery list with a click.
Other features database of 2000 grocery items with nutritional information, recipes can link to other recipes, nutrition scripts to control the display of nutritional information, and compute custom nutritional formulas. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.