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Discussion in 'Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion (archive)' started by GregUofMN, Mar 31, 2005.
Check out this thread . Idk if it answers your question.
...and thanks for the link. I always forget to use the SEARCH option in the forums. Thanks again!
IDK probably equals "I don't know"
why not just use www.epicurious.com ? It seems pretty well stocked. Or will you not always be able to get online?
From the previous threads, this one seams to be the only what that is entirely FREE. Most of the other applications have only free trial periods and then are required to pay $25-35 for the full application.
There are a couple sites that I get recipes from... but I've also got a collection of recipes that I use. I usually cook with my AlBook sitting open on the counter connected to my Airport Express so I'm always online. But I do have a few favorites that in various places.
Yeah, I meant I don't know. I was in a rush, so I didn't have time to read the thread.
I've been using Yum! successfully for a while. It's not technically free, but it's "Under-ware." A decent basic recipe program.
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