Create a KDE-based recipe database


Article from Issue 78/2007

Balance your diet with a recipe database that serves up a healthy dose of KDE in your kitchen.

What to eat for dinner is one of the many decisions we make each day. Unfortunately, you can’t just get your favorite food every day if you want to eat a balanced diet and stay healthy. You may need to spend time trawling cookbooks and the web for nutritious dinner ideas. However, with a nifty KDE-based application, you maintain a recipe database, quickly find a particular dish, find recipes based on one or more ingredients, manage your diet, compile shopping lists, and much more. This wonder application – Krecipes – is available with most KDE-based distributions, such as Kubuntu and PCLinuxOS [1].

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