A gtk-based recipe organizer and shopping list generator
Gourmet Recipe Manager is a gtk-based recipe organizer and shopping list
generator intended for the GNOME desktop environment (though it does not
need all the GNOME libraries). Gourmet can import Mealmaster(tm) files and
can export recipes in a number of formats, including text, RTF and web
pages. Gourmet also can calculate nutritional information for recipes.
* Windows Version Warning *
Note that this is an alpha version!
While the Windows version is basically identical to the Linux version,
it has not been tested as thouroughly. Also, as some of the components Gourmet relies on
are not available for Windows, some features (mainly plugins) are not (yet) available. Specifically, the
* Printing & PDF Export,
* Spell Checking, and
* Python Shell
1. What is this F.A.Q. for?
Gourmet is intended to be as intuitive to use as possible. If
you find something in gourmet counterintuitive, confusing, or
hard-to-use, I'll consider it a bug and try my best to fix it.
Although Gourmet is intended to be intuitive to use, it is not always
so. Rather than write a complete manual, I've put together a brief
list of pointers in the form of this F.A.Q., t
gourmet - A Gtk-based recipe organizer and shopping list gen‐
This manual page describes briefly the gourmet command.
Gourmet Recipe Manager is a Gtk-based recipe organizer and
shopping list generator intended for the GNOME de
gourmet (0.15.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
-- Christian Marillat <marilla
==== Version 0.13.0 changes since 0.12.2 ====
* Addition of hash fields to help with identification
* Look into drag-n-drop in shopgui
* Put Right Click Menu back [X]
* Make nutritional expo
This package was debianized by Rolf Leggewie <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sun, 20 Jul 2008. Packagin
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