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LogoRecently 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.

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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.

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  1. cell on April 7th, 2008 7:02 am

    I think YummySoup is the best of the recipe applications at the moment! I think something I would love to see in a future version is either a built-in web server for accessing recipes from an iPhone or iPod Touch on a local wifi network, or a native application for doing the same. I’d also like to see the ability to create shopping lists by selecting recipes and to have these accessible on the go on the same devices… Imagine choosing recipes on your iPhone and then just going to the shop with your list in hand!

  2. Ron Mora on April 7th, 2008 7:03 am

    Would like to see the “supported sites” list to be available either somewhere on the toolbar or sidebar for quick access.

  3. roderick on April 7th, 2008 7:10 am

    I often find it hard to decide what to make, as the task becomes a bit of a chore, so I think another feature could be that YummySoup gives a suggested recipie given a few criteria
    e.g. Light Dinner, less than 40 minutes to prepare. (There’s a widget called Dine-O-Matic which does a similar function for eating out, helping you choose a restaurant)

    A weekly planner would also be cool, with people with children in mind, so they can easily plan ahead what they are going to have. This could also help children get involved in healthy eating etc and make them keener to help prepare food.

    Export to iPhone/iPod touch or even better, a dedicated app so when out shopping you could use yummy soup as a grocery list.

    Other than that…maybe a new icon as I’m not completely sold by the current one.

  4. Paul on April 7th, 2008 8:00 am

    I have a difficult time trying to decide which cookbook software to use. I have tried YummySoup and I really like the interface and I think the full screen view looks better than Connoisseur.

  5. Brian on April 7th, 2008 8:33 am

    Loving the demo so far. I agree with some comments above, about a weekly planner, maybe be able to export recipes, or the dish to be served to iCal so you know what to make each day, with the link to the recipe. Synching to the iPhone would be a nice addition too. The recommendation feature would be nice, as sometimes me and my girlfriend can’t decide what to eat, so we’ll let YummySoup do the work.

  6. miklb on April 7th, 2008 9:08 am

    At first glance, I’d like to see the ability to export recipes as HTML, or integration with desktop blogging clients.

    For personal use, the sync with iPhone/PDA sounds great, especially a shopping list. Regardless, I really like the importing features, and can certainly see a license purchase on the horizon.

  7. Joe Turner on April 7th, 2008 9:32 am

    I would like a feature where you can add a site to the supported sites by showing it where each thing is

  8. SeanJ on April 7th, 2008 9:36 am

    I’ve used two of the freeware alternatives, Yum and Measuring Cup, and the thing that they lack is primarily the very fancy import features that make YummySoup so tempting.
    I think the only thing that needs to be added to make the import feature-set even better is a browser bookmarklet to aid in the importing process. But I’m a sucker for bookmarklets.

  9. kfiller on April 7th, 2008 9:44 am

    It would be neat to attach a video or two in addition to a photo. Sort of like “visual directions”..

    What about UI localizations?

  10. pacheco on April 7th, 2008 10:10 am

    I’d like to see some more features/support for iPod exporting, and maybe an even better UI. But as it is, I still like YummySoup a ton! I’m starting to cook a lot more, so this would really help.

  11. Joe on April 7th, 2008 10:21 am

    Love the software! Demo’s almost up and I could really use a full copy.

  12. steve on April 7th, 2008 11:19 am

    haven’t tried yummy soup yet but I am tempted to buy. A couple nice features it might already have would be:

    -enter ingredients you have and it tells you what you can make
    -some kind of substitution list that could work with the above feature
    -wine pairing

  13. 2stupid2knowIt on April 7th, 2008 11:58 am

    integrate with social website where people can discuss and share recipes by type of cuisine, etc.

  14. Alex P on April 7th, 2008 12:07 pm

    I’d like to see the ability to easily batch import lots of recipes from a site, for easy browsing in the app.

    Besides that potentially difficult addition, I’d like to see it keep the URL for imported recipes so they can be found again online easily, to see comments on the site and other things the program does not import.

  15. Hernan J. on April 7th, 2008 12:22 pm

    YummySoup is great! I believe it’s a great app which does all basic things pretty well but can improve in certain places. Maybe we can add places to the supported sites list, or be able to share recipes with other YummySoup users. If I had a full license, I’d be able to look for other stuff to add :)

  16. Gerald D on April 7th, 2008 12:28 pm

    I would definitely like to see a feature which SMSd your grocery list to you.

  17. Nick c on April 7th, 2008 12:52 pm

    YummySoup looks really useful!

    I would love to be able to enter in a list of items that I have in the cupboard/fridge and have YummySoup recommend suitable recipes utilising only the items that I have available.

  18. dave on April 7th, 2008 1:17 pm

    what would i LOVE to see? okay, i’ve got two boys – one is easy, but the other has serious issues with texture and color – won’t eat things sometimes just because of perceived texture and color!

    i’d like to see a whole new set of “Person/Eater” profile tools for this app – so i can (as a parent) assign recipes to a certain person, or assign specific ingredients or tags (like ‘color’) to a person – then when i’ve got just one (the finicky one!) i could simply click his name and i’ll be presented with WAY more ideas than another nutella sandwich ;)

    this could be accompanied by person-specific ratings/feedback (e.g. i can tag item as ‘very popular’ with kid1, ‘mildly popular’ with kid2 and then build out a smart list of all ‘dinners’ that appeal to kids1 and 2 together..or ingredients (and work backwards)

    that would be AWESOME.

  19. dave on April 7th, 2008 1:18 pm

    @kfiller – that would be cool! or if not videos, then a pre-constructed query on assorted video howto sites so that you could assign URL as a variable to a recipe…or more than one or whatever…

  20. ajeh on April 7th, 2008 1:19 pm

    Integration with iPhone/iPod Touch so you can buy items needed to make recipe.

  21. Silla on April 7th, 2008 1:20 pm

    Wow, I really like the importing idea in YummySoup, but unfortunately I found it to be a bit glitchy. In the top section of the window, the titles of the recipes I imported overlapped with the photos, and sometimes it wouldn’t import the photos at all. Once it even used the photo of a previous recipe I had imported.

    What I would like is the ability to search for recipes containing specific ingredients, and to be able to create a list of what ingredients (and how much of each) I have in my kitchen so I know immediately if I can make a certain recipe, and which ingredients will need to be stocked up on soon.

    I have recipes in both Italian and English, so it would also be great if the search feature was able to search for the same word in both languages (even if i have to insert the correct English translation myself when I insert the Italian recipes) – for example, if I search for “tomatoes”, the results will include all recipes containing “tomatoes” and all recipes containing “pomodori”.

    Features I would like that have already been mentioned are:
    - recipe suggestion
    - daily/weekly/monthly meal planner
    - exporting recipes as HTML and blog client integration
    - the ability to add to the supported sites by showing it where the sections are
    - the ability to add and watch videos

  22. Silla on April 7th, 2008 1:29 pm

    Also the option to automatically convert recipes to metric measurements would be a lifesaver!

  23. Sanson Carrasco on April 7th, 2008 3:21 pm

    My girlfriend is a soon-to-be chef and a Windows user. She’s not yet found a receipe application that she likes enough. So I think if I won the license I could convice her to make the leap to Mac.

  24. Keith Sheehan on April 7th, 2008 5:11 pm

    It would be nice if the application provided for nutritional information (if available) as well as an automatic points calculator for those on the Weight Watchers program.

  25. Sarah on April 7th, 2008 6:19 pm

    Wow! I am so impressed. Alas, after trying out what I thought to be all of the cooking mac apps out there and finally deciding on and paying for Connoisseur, the LIttle App Factory dropped off the face of the planet and my app stopped working. =( I was devistated and resorted to keeping a complete mess of recipes in text files, pdfs from epicurious, and piles of printouts half-hazardly stuffed into binders. Needless to say, my cooking (which is my favorite thing to do) is a mess. I can’t find a recipe when I want it and I have no way of keeping track of all the recipes I want to try but haven’t yet. I also love taking photos of my food and I have no way to link my mess of photos in iphoto with my recipes. I’m desperate for a better solution! Please I need a free copy and I will tell all of my foodie friends how great it is! Now for my suggestion, as many people mentioned, a menu planner is essential. Right now, I just use a Numbers template that I fill in weekly, but making out my shopping list from a pile of recipes is error-laden at best. I am constantly miss typing or writing an amount on my shopping list and it’s too difficult to figure out the exact amounts I need, especially when multiple recipes call for the same thing. Please save my meals! Thanks!

  26. Joi on April 7th, 2008 7:06 pm

    Not bad, but I have been using shopncook menu because it also has the ability to schedule out a menu of my recipes. So I know what I am going to eat when.

    http://www.shopncook.com/

  27. Mia on April 7th, 2008 7:19 pm

    YummySoup is oh-so visually appealing… and I love the fluid interface. One feature I would like to see (or perhaps I’ve missed it?) is a field to enter “notes” or a “description/introduction” for new recipes. I’ve seen this in MacGourmet and have found that it is a nice addition…

  28. Sarah on April 7th, 2008 7:21 pm

    I already commented but just thought of another feature I would love. I would love an auto-nutrition calculator similar to MacGourmet but better, of course! I log my food into a nutrition log gyminee.com and this would make everything much much easier!

  29. David on April 7th, 2008 7:42 pm

    Some export shopping list to iPod feature would be nice. A digital way to carry around my shopping list.

  30. Ammon Beckstrom on April 7th, 2008 8:25 pm

    I’d like to see integration with iWork to export your shopping lists to Numbers or Pages.

  31. Jim on April 8th, 2008 12:54 am

    A very nice looking app.

    From looking at the trial I’d like to see a much more seamless method to getting shopping lists onto phones/pdas like the Treo series or especially iphones and ipod touches. Maybe even see if you can tap into a 3rd party program like SplashShopper. I know Splash Software is doing some iphone/itouch development for their SplashID product…it wouldn’t surprise me if SplashShopper is also planned.

    One possible method to add for shopping lists is to export the list to a webpage easily so that something like an iphone could pull it over the web. A little javascript thrown in might allow for marking things off easily on the list as they are acquired.

  32. Rees Maxwell on April 8th, 2008 3:35 am

    This app has come a long way in the last year or so. They have added some great things (maybe making good use of the ideas that percolated at MyDreamApp.com’s half-baked Cookbook).

    This is going to sound silly, but whenever I see their icon I think it belongs to a ’90s era app. This program is really useful and the interface is quite nice … and it deserves an icon that looks more polished to match. Come-on HungrySeacow folks, it is time to dress up your icon to match the great work you’ve done on the inside.

    :-)

  33. Mark on April 8th, 2008 6:20 am

    I would like to see an iPhone app that I can sync to from the desktop application.

  34. Alex P on April 8th, 2008 11:27 am

    For pretty damn easy iPhone access you can just hit the e-mail button and e-mail it to yourself.

    I second the bookmarklet suggestion above, and I made my own suggestions above.

  35. Brian G on April 8th, 2008 5:07 pm

    I have been looking for recipe management software. this looks like it could work for me.

  36. Nate on April 8th, 2008 7:52 pm

    It looks likes its been mentioned here a number of times already, but a recipe/shopping list export would be awesome, so that I can dump it to a mobile device (like a note on an iPod). Better yet would be the ability to sync said list/export with my iPhone.

    I can’t cook at home if I always forget teh ingredients =)

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  39. Nathan on April 8th, 2008 9:44 pm

    Looks like interesting software – I’ll have to check it out.

  40. jonathan lilley on April 9th, 2008 1:19 am

    excellent software! i would like to see measurement conversions as well, along with the ability to sort the internet library by sites. Also more customization of full screen mode including removal of the picture.

  41. Phil on April 10th, 2008 4:59 am

    Great program – Yummy Soup does for recipes what DVDpedia does for DVDs.

    Here are the features that I’d like to see:
    1. Smarter groups
    Smart groups that can take a list of ingredients you currently have and suggest recipes. E.g. I have these 5 ingredients – what desserts can I make?
    I think this can be done just with somewhere in the program where you can input what you currently have and then an additional criteria to the smart groups of “Ingredients include only what I currently stock” or “Ingredients include a maximum of 2 ingredients in addition to what I currently stock”.

    2. A drag and drop scheduler for the week to visually organise all your cooking.

    3. A ‘grocery shopping assistant’.
    Takes either the recipes from the scheduler (in 2) or a group of selected recipes and collates a shopping list.

    4. Tagging

    5. Australian recipe sites supported (Taste.com.au)

    6. A field to relate recipes together as a great couple (e.g. link a mains and dessert together).

    Thanks, Phil.

  42. Antonio on April 10th, 2008 7:21 am

    What i would like to see is a Video Import and Database.
    I tried the demo software and it is awesome. Not comparison with others cuisine softwares.
    There is a very passionate guy behind this software, who care about it.
    Cheers

  43. Corey on April 17th, 2008 6:58 pm

    The thing I think would be most useful to add is a tagging system. If i want to tag moods, or cravings, or whatnot. That way I can make smart groups or easily search my own criteria

  44. Brian on April 18th, 2008 3:19 pm

    Add a cocktail section

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