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Macgourmet 2.1 is available


When we last looked at Macgourmet, they were wrapping up the beta phase of version 2. Today, the beta phase is over and version 2.1 has been released.

If you're unfamiliar, Macgourmet is kind of like "iTunes for your recipes." You can store recipes, sure, but Macgourmet also lets you publish to your iDisk - or other WebDav server - for sharing with pals, generate shopping lists based on what you want to make, create relationships between dishes and wines and a lot more. Changes in version 2.1 include:

  • Improved recipe export (including iPod)
  • Import improved to include 3rd party formats
  • Improved method of grabbing recipes from the web
  • Multiple recipe libraries
If you had a copy of Macgourmet running in your prep area on, say, a Mac mini with a 15" display, you'd be all set. This is a free upgrade for registered users. A single license will cost you $24.95US. Macgourmet is universal and requires Mac OS 10.4 or later.

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