Originally Posted by lindatooo
I did download it and I will not be purchasing it. The first recipe I viewed was for Chicken Apple Brie something and the first and only meat it called was for 4 meatballs!
You caught us on this one! A test edit to the initial recipe box was accidentally shipped out. We should have caught that one, and will double-check the recipes in the future.
But please also understand that BigOven is, primarily, recipe software plus a gigantic recipe sharing archive. It lets you post recipes to the Internet free, plus photos, ratings, tips and even videos. It automatically links up any recipe you post with a 1,000+ food glossary. It lets you mark favorites, create a try soon queue. It lets you drag and drop recipes to generate a meal plan or grocery shopping list, sorted by aisle. It lets you calculate the nutrition facts for any recipe. You can enter up to 3 ingredients and find out what to make. You can post your recipes online and access them from our iPhone App.
So, all in all, though we don't employ a large food-editorial staff, we are instead about delivering great software for you to keep and manage your own recipes. But we're listening, and will get right on that Apple/Brie recipe you noted -- it's one of 160,000+ available through the software. Thanks!
(For a more detailed review of recipe software, you might want to Google on "best recipe software" for a head-to-head review. We tried to post the link here but the forum wouldn't allow it for new members. Thanks!)
- Steve Murch
Founder & CEO