Recently at MacApper, Emily did a comparison of YummySoup! and Connoisseur. Since HungrySeacow Software has given us three licenses to giveaway, I thought I would outline a few of my favorite things in YummySoup! with a video tribute.
One of the features that sold me on YummySoup! was the Automatic Import feature that supported the heavy hitters of online recipes. I’m not one to create a recipe, but I definitely know how to mooch. Thus, recipe management software that can automatically import is a must.
Also, I need importing from non-supported sites to be almost as easy as automatic. The AnySite Import feature does this magically with its vibrant colors with a sloppy Seacow watching my every move.
When I’m making dough, I do it angrily (usually). The full screen feature allows me to express myself with yeast and flour without MacBook Pro participation. If you’re using Leopard, Apple Remote integration is on it’s way, though not here yet.
Finally, the grocery list feature is something I would use if I cooked daily or even tri-weekly. Alas, I’ll be looking at this feature from afar for the time being, but you overachievers can enjoy it for me.
Be sure to pick yourself up an Epicurious widget for quick recipe access and import yourself a library of recipes you’ll probably never use. While you’re at it, plug your input in the comments below for a chance to win one of three YummySoup! licenses. Just download a demo and tell us MacApperites what you would like to see in the next version of YummySoup!. Winners will be chosen at random.
YummySoup! is a nice bit of recipe management and is available from HungrySeacow Software for $20.