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Gourmet Recipe Manager

Gourmet Recipe Manager

Gourmet Recipe Manager is a gtk-based recipe organizer and shopping list generator intended for the GNOME desktop environment (though it does not need all the GNOME libraries).

Gourmet imports recipes from a number of sources, including MealMaster and MasterCook archives and several popular websites. Gourmet can export recipes as text, MealMaster files, HTML web pages, and a custom XML format for exchange with other Gourmet users. Gourmet supports linking images with recipes. Gourmet can also calculate nutritional information for recipes based on the ingredients.

Gourmet includes a copy of the USDA nutritional database, which has thousands of items to calculate nutritional information. It has a plugin architecture which allows you to enable extensions to Gourmet's base functionality.

 Gourmet RM 0.17.2

Price
Free to download

Size
7.9MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Thomas M. Hinkle

Website
thinkle.github.io/gourmet

System Requirements
Python 2.3 or higher
PyGTK 2.3.9 or higher
PyGNOME
libglade
sqlite and Python sqlite2 bindings
Python Imaging libraries
PyRTF library (for RTF support)
python-poppler (for printing and PDF export)

Support Sites:
Wiki, Forum, Mailing List

Selected Reviews:
The GNOME Journal, Lifehacker

Features include:

  • Simple searching and sorting
  • Attractive graphical user interface
  • Easy recipe editing
  • Shopping list creator and organiser
  • Wizard to find duplicate recipes
  • Unit calculator
  • Python shell
  • Field editor - edit fields across multiple recipes
  • Key editor - assign and edit ingredient keys (unique identifiers for ingredients, used for consolidating items on shopping lists)
  • A "pantry" list to record ingredients that you do not want to shop for
  • Export to:
    • PDF
    • HTML
    • XML Export
    • Export
    • Mealmaster
  • Import from:
    • Mastercook
    • Website importers (about.com, foodnetwork.com and others)
    • Webpage
    • Zip, Gzip and Tarball (import recipes from zip and tar archives)
    • Krecipes
    • Plain Text
  • Plugin support adding extra functionality
    • Email recipes from Gourmet
    • Calculate nutritional information for recipes
    • Select recipes by browsing by category, cuisine, etc

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