Dannon Recipe Box

Dannon Recipe Box 1.0

Dannon Recipe Box lets you add, search and share cooking recipes
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Dannon Recipe Box is a desktop application specialized in recipes management that not only lets you view multiple recipes already included in the program, but also allows you to add your own and share them. For this, you only need to fill a sheet with the ingredients, preparation methods, notes and even a photo. This tool allows you to keep your recipes perfectly organized and gives you a starting point, thanks to the recipes already included in it.

It works based on templates, and its simple search engine scans among the recipes introduced in its database.

With this tool, you have access to a multitude of recipes that it incorporates after installing it, and also you can introduce your own recipes to store them and share them with family, friends and all the user's community; moreover, you can promote your recipes and improve your dishes. In the same way, the software regularly updates its own recipes, allowing you to always have a new dish to cook.

When you run the program for first time, it begins to download its own recipes, but the process is slow and frequently failed.

Dannon Recipe Box also has a search engine to find recipes according to various criteria. Once you have introduced many recipes in the program, you can search among them by searching the recipes database, using search criteria such as its ingredients, the season for this recipe or if it is in your favorites.

Of course, Dannon Recipe Box is intended to promote the products made by the Dannon company, but it is possible to use it without them. ;-)

Dannon Recipe Box is free and runs on Windows 98, 2000 and XP.

System Requirements:
Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows XP
600 MHz Intel Pentium III processor or equivalent
128 MB RAM (512 MB recommended)
100 MB available disk space

Sergio A. Durán
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Review summary


  • Useful for people who need to cook


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  • Slow recipe downloading
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