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HungrySeacow offers 25% off software sale

updated 05:35 pm EST, Wed January 9, 2008

HungrySeacow offers sale

HungrySeacow Software is holding a 25 percent-off sale to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its recipe management application, YummySoup! The software offers an intuitive new way to import recipes from any website with support for automatic Web imports for AllRecipes.com; Deliaonline.com; Epicurious.com; FoodAndWine.com; FoodNetwork.com; LightAndTasty.com; MarthaStewart.com; RachaelRayMag.com; VegetarianTimes.com; and Yum-O.org. YummySoup! 1.6.1 is priced at $15, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

HungrySeacow says the list of supported recipe websites will continue to grow with future releases. YummySoup! also includes a Wine and Spirits manager as well as .Mac backup and restore capability. The application includes 'smart groups' for recipes, and features a visual browsing mode that allows users to navigate recipe collections by the images in recipes.




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  1. ZinkDifferent

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Huh?

    What does 'YummySoft' have to do with Movie Studios seeing iTunes as a plus???

    Seriously, the whole concept of proofreading, or even *having* editors appears to have gone out the window with MacNN lately.

  1. rodvera

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    What?

    You need to get your stories right, what the h*** is YummySoft & iTunes have to do with one another? No editors in house?

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