GNOME Recipes – recipes, ingredients, cuisines, chefs

GNOME Recipes is a recipe management application for the GNOME desktop. This app is about cooking and recipes. This is an easy-to-use application that will help you to discover what to cook today, tomorrow, the rest of the week, and for your special occasions.

GNOME Recipes is a collaborative application with a database of recipes that is populated with developer and user contributions.

It replaces the aging Gourmet Recipe Manager.

The main objects of interest are:

  • Recipes
  • Ingredients
  • Cuisines
  • Chefs

Features include:

  • Adding/Listing a recipe:
    • Ingredients.
    • Method/Description.
    • How long does it take to cook?
    • Who is the author of the recipe?
    • Recipe’s level. Easy, intermediate, advanced?
    • Photos.
    • Tags (Vegetarian, breakfast, quick and easy, lunch, dinner, mum, dad, grandmother, uncle…).
  • Recipe cards. Those cards should list the recipe’s title, a photo, author’s name, heart icon.
  • Adding recipes for your cooklist.
  • Printing recipes.
  • Sharing recipes using an e-mail.
  • Searching recipes based on country, ingredients, chefs, recipe names.

Website: wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Recipes
Support: GitLab Code Repository
Developer: Matthias Clasen
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

GNOME-Recipes

GNOME Recipes is written in C. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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