Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Now we're Cook'n -- Recipe Organizer! Ends 10/20/12



I have so many cookbooks -- but most are in storage right now. My all-time favourite? The famous Westinghouse Cookbook from the 1950s. It belonged to my Nanie and she taught me to cook with it.

I've been meaning to organize my recipes, but they are completely disorganized and out-of-hand. I just can't seem to get myself together.  All of that paper just makes a HUGE mess.  Things get lost and tossed, paper rips and tears.  Ink fades.  It's hopeless.

When I was asked to review the new Cook'n Recipe Organizer, I was elated! This is such an amazing Kitchen tool!

Cook'n is an amazing tool for moms and their families. With Cook'n you can enter and organize all of your personal recipes, create meal plans, make shopping lists, print family cookbooks, analyze nutrition, easily scale recipes, and more. With the newest version, you can search for and find the best recipes on the internet using the Cook'n Recipe Browser. When you find one you like, simply click CAPTURE and it will automatically import it into Cook'n in seconds. The software is helping families stay organized, save money, eat healthier, and enjoy more home-cooked meals. The new year is an excellent time to talk about these benefits!




I didn't know quite what to expect when I downloaded the Cook'n Recipe Organizer. I seriously wondered how much it would help me.
What I discovered was a true blessing: it's quick, easy to use, and filled with a stunning array of recipes and useful nutritional information.



The first thing I noticed was the ease of the Recipe Software download and installation. That's a plus -- no complicated installation requirements.

The introduction notes and video tutorial are simple and easy to follow. Another plus.


The first thing I tried was the internet search function and it's fantastic. I even searched some obscure (well, some might find them obscure anyway) recipes: Haggis and Toad-in-the-Hole and it found several different versions of both! I used the CAPTURE function to save them alphabetically in the database.



You can make up your own recipes, save known recipes, create your own cookbook (I did that already, too!), and just get creative with recipes.




You can even purchase and download other cookbooks! How utterly cool is that?

OHMIGOSH! I am in love! :D



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Tomoson.com and Cook'n Recipe Organizer have generously offered one of my readers a chance to win an Organizer for their very own! Just follow the instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

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43 comments:

Amanda said...

Cuban Chorizo Stew

eclairre said...

My fave cookbook is Betty Crocker!

redhead said...

My favorite family recipe would be my mothers meatloaf,past down from many generations.

LMcLendon said...

I too was handed down many recipes and cookbooks. They belonged to my Grandmother. I am in the same boat when it comes to disorganization so this giveaway prize would sure come in handy. I have a very old Betty Crocker cookbook that I use very often!!

Lori B said...

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I have several favorite cookbooks. One is call "From the Kitchen of Punxatawny Phil." There a many GREAT old fashioned and delicious recipes in it. I also have my mom's recipe box with is filled with notecards and newspaper clippings of recipes.

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Christine Jessamine said...

our favorite recipe is lasagna

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Donna said...

fave recipe: to die for crock pot beef stew

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Sasha said...

My family loves when I make taco dip, it is so bad for us but it tastes so good!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

slb3334 said...

mexican casserole.

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Karry said...

My fav is mac n cheese

CRahkonen said...

My favorite recipe is a gluten free recipe for crockpot porkchops cooked in whole cranberry sauce. It is delicious.

Marthalynn said...

My family loves my gluten-free pizza!

Jennifer said...

I have a recipe for hot potato salad that my late mother used to make. She never wrote it down, and neither have I!

HarleyC said...

Not sure I can pick just one! But I'll go with crabcakes!

JENNIFER HART said...

MY FAVORITE RECIPE IS FOR A CHICKEN RECIPE I FOUND OFF OF A SOUP CAN A LONG TIME AGO-PEOPLE ALWAYS RAVE OVER IT AND IT IS VERY SIMPLE TO MAKE-THANKS!

mogrill said...

Tomato Bisque.
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kitblu said...

My favourite recipe is called socca. It is a French recipe but it is made with chickpea flour, water and spices. It is like a 12" baked pancake.

Rusu Alexandru said...

My favourite is Turkey roast!

Kristy Thiel said...

definitely chili!

ham123 said...

chicken noodles

Stephanie said...

The pizza that is gluten free!

intensev5 said...

Meatball Souvlaki with Tzatziki Sauce -- my fav. recipe

Annette Doggett said...

I like tortilla soup!

C.P. said...

My favorite recipe is a Lasagna one I got from a magazine years ago. Always comes out great and super easy!

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karenmed409 said...

My favorite recipe is Stuffed Cabbage
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Bruce said...

I've got too many favorites: my sister's shrimp alfredo; my grandfather's spaghetti; my dad's meatloaf; Stan's (a friend of the family) Calico beans; my stepmother's Company Potatoes. And that is just the snowflake at the tip of the iceberg.

Elvira Prunn said...

My fave recipe is for chicken cordon bleu with fontina cheese and proscuitto! So tasty.

Carole Ingram said...

Cinnamon Rolls :)

Christine Jensen said...

Chicken Enchiladas

calvad said...

My favorite recipe is shrimp and scallop scampi over linguini! calvad at aol dot com

07violet said...

I have lots of favorites, one is guacamole

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Amy Delong said...

taco dip
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susansmoaks said...

i love to make my mom's lasagna
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blew415 said...

My mom's cuban black beans and rice!

Atreau said...

My favorite recipe is my mom's dirty rice.

Gianna said...

Minestrone.