Mariner Software today released MacGourmet Deluxe. MacGourmet has long been my favorite recipe software (it’s interface is pretty badly cluttered and could definitely be improved on, but it’s far and away better than the competition and the fullscreen cook’s view is excellent), and now MacGourmet Deluxe offers all three of the plug-ins (cookbook, mealplan, and nutrition info) as integrated parts of the program. This is a particularly good deal if you already own MacGourmet 2 but neglected to buy any of the plugins, since the upgrade fee to MacGourmet Deluxe is a meager $10. It also has a snazzy new icon that I like a lot better than MacGroumet’s plastic spoon:
I highly recommend anyone who is looking for a better way to manage their favorite recipes to take a look at MacGourmet Deluxe. It’s a program that I don’t use all that often, but when I need to find that favorite recipe I can count on it being in MacGourmet and super easy to find and access.
MacGourmet Deluxe will also be available as boxed software, so good luck to Advenio and Mariner Software in spreading the word about the best recipe software on the Mac to an even larger crowd.