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May 29

 

Connoisseur makes managing recipes as easy as iTunes makes managing music.

From the elegant and snappy interface to auto-completing ingredients, The Little App Factory has put in the hard work so you can focus on what’s important; entertaining your guests.

"I can’t say enough great things about this app. I love to use this app, no more soggy printouts on the kitchen counter. The improvements to the shopping list (adding measurements of ingredients and adding multiple recipes at a time) are my favorites."
– Mike Bombich

Download the Application Here

Retail Price: $20.00
ZOT! Price: $12.00 save 60%

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7 Responses to “Connoisseur – iTunes for Recipes”

  1. n0mmo Says:

    Hmm… ok you’re selling Connoisseur now, but what did we purchase in our MyzteryZOT?

  2. kodac Says:

    I’m guessing this is for the people who missed out on the MysteryZot. It does seem like a cool program. Now if they just had a way for me to be able to buy a copy for my gf, aunt, or mom instead of another copy for me…

  3. Stefan Says:

    hmm,
    20$ Retail and 12$ ZOT! Price means a save of 40% not 60%! ;-)

  4. braincahe Says:

    Did anyone else notice that it says “Now $12.00 – Save 60%”. Since when was 40% of $20.00 $12.00?

  5. Sir Not Appearing in this Blog Says:

    Sold! Thank you for offering this outside of the MysteryZot. I’d been thinking of registering Connoisseur for a little while now. Your sale price put me over the edge. Now maybe I can get all those recipes I’ve got cluttering up my hard drive in order. Even better, maybe I can get rid of the huge stacks of cooking magazines cluttering up my closet!

    Now, if you could just work out a sale with RedleX for Mellel, I’d be in heaven. :)

  6. Zack Says:

    I’m willing to pass on the Conniseur i got in the mystery zot as soon as i get the serial key. I have no use for it whatsoever. aim is xackexxo.

  7. Mickey Laforest Says:

    Some people say that I must be a horrible person, but that’s not true. I have the heart of a young boy — in a jar on my desk.