Recipes application

Bill Vlahos bvlahos at
Mon Dec 31 15:17:48 EST 2007


I downloaded the Mac version but it doesn't launch on an Intel Mac  
with Leopard. It starts to open and then nothing happens.


On Dec 31, 2007, at 11:59 AM, Peter Brigham wrote:

> FYI, I just finished up creating my first standalone (with help from  
> a variety of people on this list). It's a little application that  
> allows you to store, print, import and export recipes. Tired of  
> trying to read those old butter-stained pieces of paper in that  
> overstuffed folder you keep somewhere in your kitchen? Try printing  
> out a copy of the recipe each time you cook. That way you can easily  
> give copies to your friends when they say "I've got to have that  
> recipe!" Plus, you can easily import/export a recipe to or from the  
> clipboard for exchanging recipes by email, for instance. Import  
> recipes in Meal-Master or MasterCook formats, so you can easily  
> collect recipes from the web. Freeware. Available at:
> I'm particularly interested in feedback from the Windows users out  
> there, as I have limited access to a Windows machine for testing.  
> The Windows version should work fine (I hope), but the look-and-feel  
> might need some tweaking.
> Not a very sophisticated app, but useful -- I've been using a  
> version of it in the Mac IDE for several years, and my wife has come  
> to depend on it. The hidden agenda is that it's a dry run on  
> building a standalone out of a much more complex stack system I use  
> in my practice, for eventual marketing, so the experience has been  
> good for learning.
> -- Peter
> Peter M. Brigham
> pmbrig at
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> attack me at once.
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