mise en place 2.1
This program provides a database of recipes for all of your favorite food categories.
The term "mise en place" is a French term that means having all the ingredients in place before you start to cook. This program helps you reach that goal. You can add your own recipes to the database or import recipes from other mise en place files, the Food Network and Epicurious Web sites. There are several search options, and you can print lists or complete recipes in two formats. You can also e-mail recipes from the database.
There are two types of licensing available for mise en place. The first is for individual users who only want a database for their own use. The second license allows you to make multiple copies of your recipe database to distribute as personalized gifts or for fundraising.
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