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PHPRecipeBook

PHPRecipeBook is a Web-based cookbook with the ability to create shopping lists from recipes selected. The lists can be saved and later reloaded and edited. The shopping list also attempts to combine similar items so that duplication does not occur.

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  •  05 Dec 2010 19:02

    Release Notes: Mobile support has been added. Basic features such as viewing recipes and shopping list are supported. AJAX support has been added to recipe editing for a more responsive Web application.

    •  19 Sep 2004 23:21

      Release Notes: This release includes many user submitted bugfixes along with an easier setup/configuration.

      •  08 Nov 2003 19:46

        Release Notes: Many bug and security fixes were made, and new features were added since the last release.

        •  17 Aug 2003 23:42

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  07 Jun 2003 07:16

            Release Notes: This release adds a restaurant index that contains information such as hours, menus, descriptions, and much more. Restaurants can be dynamically added and removed through the Web interface. A couple of small features and bugfixes were also made.

            Recent comments

            17 Mar 2011 02:02 Enphyniti

            I added 4 unit types: totaste, alittle, some, and a LOT. That will help with my more subjective style. Still looking for a way to manage freezer inv. But i'll tackle that next. Thanks again!

            16 Mar 2011 14:17 Enphyniti

            Nevermind.. just saw the related recipes piece. Still new to this. Freezer inventory and less strict measurements would still be rad though!

            16 Mar 2011 14:11 Enphyniti

            Love this! The mobile support really adds a nice feature. I've been playing around with it and thought of three things that would really spice it up. I might try to add them myself, but a programmer I am not.
            1. A freezer inventory companion app with option to set expiration
            2. The ability to link to other recipe's within a recipe. (IE: for this pasta recipe, use a double batch of this particular sauce recipe here [link])
            3. The ability to use nebulous or NULL amounts and measurement types - For those of us who don't adhere strictly to measurements, but more to taste.

            I'll certainly share if I get any of the above working.

            Thanks for a great application!

            15 Apr 2003 00:13 dougrobb

            Where is the discussion forum for this project?
            I saw the forum once but can't find it now. Verison 2 won't allow logins - think there must be a problem with session managment or cookies.

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