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Recipe4win 1.1 for Windows

by Recipe 4 All

Avg. Rating 4.2 (5 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 678
Publisher Recipe 4 All
Homepage Recipe4win

Publisher's Description

Recipe4win lets you navigate through thousands of recipes from the Recipe4all.com database with a neat interface. It allows you to search recipes by keywords, by ingredients, or by geography. Recipe4win also has direct access to the glossary. With a single click you can see the same recipe or listing in your default web browser.

Latest Reviews

Clement

Clement reviewed v1.1 on Jan 6, 2008

Program is simply a miniature web-browser, dedicated to Recipe4win.com's website.
It is completely redundant.
Instead of wasting comp. resources by installing,
go to program website and bookmark it for later reference.

To "anomoly": You do not have to take a screenshot. Browse to website, find what you want, click "Save as" under "File", in your browser's menu bar. Place in a folder called Recipes; or whatever name you prefer..

aruprc

aruprc reviewed v1.1 on Jan 5, 2008

Thank you, indispensable.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.1 on Jan 4, 2008

Very Cool!.
Was not aware of this great site and the gui here is quite nice, albeit one must take a screenshot to save a recipe.
Portable too.
@Clement: I like the gui and it is like a cookbook which needs no install, just internet access. Did I mention it's portable? I have enough bookmarks.
A similar software is yBook. It's portable & will access the gutenberg online library and download any book for you to save &/or read. Do I want to go to gutenberg's website via a bookmark?. uh...No
As well I could simply use httrack to rip recipe4win's entire website to my hd. Again, I'd rather not.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (5 votes)
Your Rating
Clement

Clement reviewed v1.1 on Jan 6, 2008

Program is simply a miniature web-browser, dedicated to Recipe4win.com's website.
It is completely redundant.
Instead of wasting comp. resources by installing,
go to program website and bookmark it for later reference.

To "anomoly": You do not have to take a screenshot. Browse to website, find what you want, click "Save as" under "File", in your browser's menu bar. Place in a folder called Recipes; or whatever name you prefer..

aruprc

aruprc reviewed v1.1 on Jan 5, 2008

Thank you, indispensable.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.1 on Jan 4, 2008

Very Cool!.
Was not aware of this great site and the gui here is quite nice, albeit one must take a screenshot to save a recipe.
Portable too.
@Clement: I like the gui and it is like a cookbook which needs no install, just internet access. Did I mention it's portable? I have enough bookmarks.
A similar software is yBook. It's portable & will access the gutenberg online library and download any book for you to save &/or read. Do I want to go to gutenberg's website via a bookmark?. uh...No
As well I could simply use httrack to rip recipe4win's entire website to my hd. Again, I'd rather not.

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