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Master Chef 2008 - Lite Edition 3.0.0

Master Chef 2008 - Lite Edition 3.0.0

Master Chef 2008 - Lite Edition Publisher's Description

Note: Master Chef is not compatible with Windows Vista.

Master Chef has a standard but simple interface, which does not require any complex interaction with the user and days to learn how to use it. Master Chef is easy to use, yet powerful and extensible. Master Chef offers a flexible end-user experience by allowing you to customize it in any way you want it to be.

The Master Chef Process
  • 1. Filling Your Cabinet
    A powerful feature of Master Chef is the Cabinet. A cabinet (aka Pantry) is the place where you store your ingredients. Although physically you can have more than one place where you hold your ingredients, Master Chef merges all these locations and keeps them all in just one single, generic place, called the Cabinet.
  • 2. Knowing Your Suppliers
    Suppliers are the liquor shops, super-markets or groceries from where you purchase your ingredients. A supplier is a provider of any ingredient required for making the final recipe.
    Each supplier can have any ingredient, and an ingredient can be supplied by more than one supplier. You also have the facility to enter the actual costs of the ingredient, so you would know at a glance who sells the cheapest or the best ingredients.
  • 3. Defining Your Shopping Lists
    Although you have your ingredients set up successfully in your cabinet, you would also want to purchase new ingredients or replace ingredients that have been used up. The Shopping List lets you do all this.
  • 4. Creating Your Recipes
    Each individual recipe has a number of different properties that you can set up. Entering the details couldn't have been easier. Recipes can have multiple categories, and you can use different glasses from which you can drink a particular recipe.
    Master Chef includes more details that are related just for meals. You select the cuisine, default meal type and course, as well as enter details recipe procedures, cooking techniques and equipment.
  • 5. Inventing Your Menus
    A menu is a list of recipes showing the ingredients and selling price of each and every recipe. You create your own menus depending on the party you're giving, the occasion or the season.
    Master Chef includes an intelligent Wine Pairing Wizard that finds the most suitable wine that matches the recipes you have
  • 6. Organizing Your Meal Plans
    Create daily meal plans that you can recur in any way imaginable. Zoom out to a particular week or to a whole month, giving you an overview of which days and busy and which not.
    Calculate the nutritional analysis of each individual meal plan item, for a whole course or for the complete meal plan. Once you're done, create a shopping list from the meal plan and you can go shopping!
  • 7. Publishing Your Cookbooks
    Once your recipes and meal plans are in place, the final stage is to create and publish cookbooks. Create a chapter hieararchy the way you want it, and then drag-and-drop recipes and meal plans to each chapter.
    Select one of the standard templates or any other that you have created, and at the click of a button, the whole cookbook will be published into Microsoft Word where you can add the finishing touches before printing the cookbook.

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