Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Your New BFF in the Kitchen: Cook’n Recipe Organizer! (Discount Code & Worldwide Giveaway)

For several months now, my recipe box and assorted recipes torn from magazines have been sitting on my desk, waiting for me to figure out a way to organize them. So, the opportunity to review Cook’n Recipe Organizer software couldn’t have come at a better time! This is such a brilliant way to get all of your recipes in one place, as well as seamlessly add new ones that you find. In the past, I found most of my recipe ideas in magazines, but now many of us tend to find them on the internet. The really cool thing about the Cook’n Recipe Organizer is that it will take any recipe that you find online and feed it right into the program! It sorts out all the ingredients and instructions for you, and even includes the pictures! There’s no typing for you unless you want to add your own notes.

Of course, I had to type in my old recipes from my recipe box (no more stained and torn cards -- yeah!), but the Cook’n Recipe Organizer made it so easy because so many of the ingredients are pre-filled. For instance, I’ll just type in “1 ta” and the option to selection “1 tablespoon” will come up. There are thousands of options to choose from so I rarely found the need to type in an entire ingredient. And I love that I could customize my recipe “book” with different designs for the pages. Whenever I want a recipe from my files, I just print it out and bring it to the kitchen with me. If you have a laptop or tablet, just bring it to the kitchen with you and keep your recipe up on the screen (away from the stove and messy areas, of course). The recipes are easy to find because you’ve sorted them into different categories, like Appetizers and Side Dishes. You can even create a menu plan and a grocery shopping list, and there are 500 recipes pre-installed!

Cook’n is the easiest way to:

  • Find the Best Recipes on the Internet
  • Capture and Save Internet Recipes
  • Enter Your Own Personal Recipes
  • Sync Recipes with iPhone, iPad, & Android
  • Print a Family Cookbook
  • Analyze Nutritional Values
  • Make Menus, Shopping Lists & More!
  • Get Free Cookbook with Purchase
I am SO impressed with the Cook’n Recipe Organizer and can see why they’ve already sold more than 3 million copies. I can’t even begin to describe all of the amazing features of this program. I encourage you to watch the video below to see all the wonderful things this program can do!



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Now that I have the Cook’n Recipe Organizer, I’m actually excited about cooking again. I’m having so much fun creating my family cookbook and adding new recipes from the internet. I really hope you’ll check out this program. Following is a code for 50% off, as well the opportunity to win a free copy of the Cook’n Recipe Organizer! Learn more at www.dvo.com.

LINKS

Cook’n Recipe Organizer Website: www.dvo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Recipe.Organizer
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/cooknsoftware/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/cooknsoftware
Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/110972757289789589009/posts

DISCOUNT CODE ~ 50% OFF!

Save 50% on the Cook’n Recipe Organizer at www.dvo.com when you use this code at checkout: mb-susan. This is a fantastic savings opportunity!

GIVEAWAY

One very lucky winner will receive a free copy of the Cook’n Recipe Organizer (an $80 value)! To enter, simply use the easy Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on Wednesday, April 25, 2012. This offer is available worldwide!



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41 comments:

  1. I learned that you can catalogue recipes from anywhere!

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  2. You can print a family cookbook

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  3. Elizabeth7:51 PM

    I learn that you can print a family cookbook.

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  4. I like that you can analyze the nutritional value!

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  5. Have it. Love it. Biggest issues are on nutritionals not working right if you add a new item and having to resize pictures to upload with recipes. Otherwise awesome! I want to win one to share with a friend!

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  6. I love that it creates shopping lists
    rlawrence110 at yahoo dot com

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  7. I like the fact that you can change how much this recipe cooks for. Thanks for hosting!

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  8. I love the The Complete Muffin Cookbook

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  9. I love that I would be able to finally gather all my recipes, including the ones I get online, in the same place! Nutritional value and pics included! :)

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  10. i love that it matches your ingredients to a recipe

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  11. judy gregory3:58 PM

    i the sophisticated olive

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  12. I learned that you can organized your recipes with online recipes all in one place

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  13. I learned that I can make a shopping list from my menu. Love that! Thanks!
    hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com

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  14. eleanor q9:56 PM

    I learned that you can aapture recipes you find on the internet directly into your recipe library. Sounds great! tahnks. elwquan (at) yahoo (dot) ca

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  15. I learned that you can build and print a family cookbook - what a great feature!

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  16. This would be great to organize my online recipes, I hardly use a traditional recipe book anymore.

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  17. I love to find recipes in other places and this would be great to store them!

    freebiegoddess03@aol.com

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  18. build a family cookbook!

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  19. I really like how the Menu Planner works.
    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  20. i like the Stuffed Crust Pizza Recipe
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  21. I love that it matches your ingredients to a recipe

    Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

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  22. I learned that you can sync your recipes on Ipad
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

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  23. I love that you can save your own recipes and internet ones. Cheryl cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  24. I learned that you can capture recipes from the internet.
    russrpm@gmail.com

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  25. I learned that they have an app for my ipad! calvad at aol dot com

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  26. I like that it creates shopping lists too. Rafflecopter: happi shopr

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  27. Megan8:18 PM

    I had no idea how easy this was to use! If I had known I probably would have bought it sooner. I love that it creates shopping lists and can import recipes from the internet, too!
    meganmow@gmail.com

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  28. I like the thought of being able to create a Family Cookbook because that is my goal.

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  29. I learned that you can sync recipes with your iPhone, iPad, and Android.

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  30. DVO Enterprises was founded in a spare bedroom by software developer Daniel V. Oaks Jr. in March of 1992.

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  31. I learned that you get a free cookbook with purchase.

    arudig at comcast dot net

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  32. I learned I can sync the recipes to my iphone

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  33. I love soup and I would love the Tortellini Soup Recipe.
    kat_emerick@yahoo.com

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  34. Kathy's Chimichanga Recipe sounds really good!

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  35. I like that it matches your ingredients with the recipes
    lgothard@comcast.net

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  36. I love the fact that it not only saves recipes but also helps with meal planning

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  37. I love that it creates shopping lists.
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

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  38. like many others i really like that it matches the ingredients with the recipes
    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. I learned that you can create a family recipe book.

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  40. I learned i can sync this program with my Android. YAY!
    Jjones782@verizon.net

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  41. I love the Garlic-Lemon Double Stuffed Chicken recipe!

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