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If you enjoy cooking, you probably have a bookshelf (or two or three) full of cookbooks, plus binders full of printed recipes from the web, plus multiple recipe apps, plus card boxes full of 3X5 cards, etc. And you’ve spent time more than once searching through this wealth of information to find a recipe you know and love.
You don’t need more recipes as much as you need help finding the recipes you already have.
Cook's Memory helps you keep track of your favorite recipes. Think of it as your personal recipe catalog or index. You don't store your recipes in Cooks Memory; that would be redundant. Instead, you store their location (i.e., where to find them), as well as information like key ingredients that you can search for.
You can also use Cook’s Memory to keep track of parties and other get-togethers, specifying a menu and a guest list. This enables you to ask questions like “who have I served this dish to?” and “when did I serve it last?”
The program has four main sections:
- Recipes – to locate your favorite recipes, be they in cookbooks, magazines, recipe cards, etc.
- Parties – to plan and save records of your parties and other events, including menus and guest lists.
- Guests – to record important (food-related) information about your party guests, such as allergies, dietary preferences and restrictions, etc.
- Settings – to help make the application work best for you.
Where To Go From Here
- Click Screenshots for an overview of the application, complete with screen shots.
- Click Recipes for more information about using Cook’s Memory recipe catalog and how you can use it to find and choose recipes.
- Click Parties for more information on parties, menus, guest lists and how to use them.
- Click Guests to learn more about how Cook’s Memory helps you remember the food preferences, dietary restrictions, and food allergies of your guests.
- Finally, click Settings to learn about
Cook’s Memory’s auxiliary functions.
- Backing up and restoring data using your Dropbox account
- Defining names, search terms, etc. so that your data can remain consistent and your searches can find what you’re looking for
- Accessing on-line help
Support for this program is available via email.
Please address your questions, help requests and suggestions to email@example.com