Cooking with Linux - The Ultimate Cooking Box

Organize your recipes with or without a MySQL database server, whichever pleases your palate.
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Re: The Ultimate Cooking Book

Nicomo's picture

Great article and nice program.

Usefull if you like cooking!!!!

Re: The Ultimate Cooking Book

Anonymous's picture

Another program you might try is Gourmet Recipe Manager, aimed at the GNOME desktop. http://grecipe-manager.sourceforge.net

Cooking with linux, why not!

MaxGranger's picture

Thanks for both programs, i really do enjoy cooking and one of my computer (with linux) only asks to become my cooking central! It's always good to get a little hand in the kitchen, at least to find a good dish idea with what you have left in the fridge!
Max from beef recipes!

Newsforge.com Review of cooking apps

Anonymous's picture

Newsforge.com has got a review of two other apps Grecipe and PHPREcipeBook.

http://software.newsforge.com/software/05/02/28/160241.shtml?tid=130&tid...

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