Seeking recipe/cookbook software
I am currently on a 30 day trial of Living Cookbook software. It was highly rated on Amazon and other sights. It is fairly easy to use. The big downside that I have found is the nutritional analysis for any recipe you add to the database is very incomplete. My minestrone soup recipe omitted eight of the eleven ingredients and I can't find a way to turn this feature off on my first try at creating a cookbook. No nutritional information would be better than erroneous.
Would love to hear feedback of a good, easy-to-use recipe management software.
You might try Pepperplate.com
No nutritional analysis, but a clean, simple interface for transferring recipes in. Some popular sites are supported with a one-click feature. Most I have imported I have done manually, and they don't take more than a couple minutes.
There are shopping list and other planning features as well.
I would like nutritional info, but more than anything, I want it to be easy to use, so I do!
Check out http://emardesigns.biz/amp.html. They have have a free download and a reasonable price. It gives true recipe and menu analysis, including a shopping list. It also provides a recommended daily allowance analysis defined by sex and age. They also provide a printable tutorial and extensive help files.