December 20, 2011

Cook'n Recipe Organizer Version 10 Review & Giveaway (CLOSED)

Recently Cook'n Recipe Software Version 10 was released, and I'm really excited to tell you about it because I got the opportunity to review it. There is so much you can do with Cook'n Recipe Organizer Software Version 10.  You're able to create and organize your own recipes as well as search and capture recipes right from the internet using their software. 

Cook'n took a few minutes to download. Once it downloaded and started installing I was able to register my software to ensure eligibility for priority e-mail support and to receive their free monthly newsletter with recipes, cooking tips, family fun-time activities and much more.  It also came with a Getting Started Guide that I could read during the installation to get familiar with the software as well as a nice detailed Video Tutorial which I can watch over and over for many tips on how to use Cook'n. 

With Cook'n Recipe Software Version 10 you can create a cookbook with chapters . These chapters allow you to add things like main dishes, beverages and desserts with your chapters you can also add a theme, and there are many too chose from using Cook'n. You can add your own recipes easily and efficiently with the quick fill feature. Searching for recipes through Cook'n is simple and you'll find a lot of great recipes. What I like is once you've found a recipe you can add it to the cookbook you created by capturing the recipe. Capturing the recipe minimizes the use of your printing paper later (if you choose to print it) because it only copies the recipe not all of the extras on the page such as other peoples reviews of the recipe or their comments or other information. If you choose to print your recipes they'll look nice and you can print them on paper or a recipe card.

When you use Cook'n you can also change the serving size for the recipes and it does it automatically for you by adjusting the ingredients. How cool is that?  If you're trying to eat healthier you can also analyze the nutritional value such as calories and tweak the recipe to make it healthier for your family. You can also create a menu with this organizing software for the day, week or month. While making your menu you can also make a categorized grocery shopping list and print it for a quick shopping trip.

Cook'n Recipe Software Version 10 also allows users for the first time to sync recipes and shopping lists with mobile devices and to a Cloud service.  The apps that will accompany the software are scheduled to be released within the next few weeks.  At the current time, Cook’n is the only program in the recipe software industry which is compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones, and Androids.

New customers get a free cookbook with a purchase and there are over 130 Cook'n Cookbooks to choose from, and Cook'n stands behind their products with a 200% guarantee. If you buy their eCookbooks to download them you will save  25% and you can add the recipes to your cookbook library easily.  When you join the Cook'n Club you'll also receive a free cookbook download ($39 value) every month. 

You can view a demonstration of  Cook'n Recipe Organizer 10 for yourself to see if it's right for you, but in my opinion Cook'n is really amazing and I highly recommend it. It's perfect for anyone that likes to cook or wants to organize their recipes. After reviewing the software I can see that a lot of thought and effort went into the program to simplify organizing recipes, and I think you all will love it!

 

Thanks to my new friends over at Cook'n one lucky Debra's Dollars reader will win one free copy of Cook'n Recipe Software Version 10.

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2 comments:

Jenn Spencer said...

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