1. guido72's Avatar
    Who knew how awesome the BlackBerry could be?!?!

    Decided to bake some chicken tonite and wanted something different. Just as I was reaching for our rarely used cookbooks, a call came in on my BlackBerry. The sound of that ringtone was like a lightbulb exploding in my head...reminding me...HELLO!, I've got a freakin' BlackBerry. There's gotta be recipes online.

    While talking via bluetooth I cracked open the BlackBerry browser and discovered a mobile friendly site called www.cooks.com which has a ton of recipes. So, while I proceeded to finish the call while making an awesome Chicken Breasts Supreme (www.cooks.com/rec/doc/0,1725,154182-229198,00.html)

    And this was all made possible because of a BlackBerry! Wild!
    01-06-09 08:36 PM
  2. cdf3's Avatar
    Thanks for the site!

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    01-06-09 09:12 PM
  3. db_geek's Avatar
    And yet another wonderful use for the BB! Great find!

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    01-06-09 09:23 PM
  4. technique5447's Avatar
    Good call on that website, thanks.

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    01-06-09 09:24 PM
  5. tennislvr8's Avatar
    over the Holidays i used them for a rum punch recipie!
    01-06-09 09:32 PM
  6. Quiara's Avatar
    I've always used my laptop as a sort of cookbook compendium at home. I even have a safe place set up for it in my kitchen, but I use my Berry for all of that stuff when I'm away from home, definitely. I love having the whole of the internet in my pocket!

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    01-06-09 09:35 PM
  7. wakefieldsoft's Avatar
    We just released this...

    PDACookbook Plus is a complete recipe and cookbook software application for Blackberry handhelds and Windows PCs! Carry your recipes, cook book, menu planner, and shopping list with you for fast and convenient reference. This package INCLUDES Windows PC desktop software for easy data entry and editing! Sync data to your Blackberry device and view recipes, shopping list, and menu items on the Blackberry.

    The price INCLUDES the FREE desktop companion for Windows PC. Sync recipes from the PC companion to your Blackberry device. Device software allows viewing of entire recipes with ingredient lists and instructions, as well as a menu planner and shopping list. Desktop Manager is required to sync data to the device.

    PDACookbook has a simple and straightforward interface, and offers numerous useful features, including:

    1200+ Free Recipes - Includes 1200+ free recipes to get your cook book started.
    PC Companion Software - Included for easy access to PDACookbook data on your desktop, including import, export, printing, and more!
    Shopping List - Add items from any recipe to the shopping list. Add misc items to the shopping list. View the shopping list on your Blackberry device.
    Menu Planner - add recipes to the menu planner for certain dates.
    Nutrition - enter nutritional items and information for each recipe.
    Smart Ingredient Paste - Copy ingredient text from a text recipe or the internet, and Smart Ingredient Paste will identify ingredients, quantities, and units and paste them in one step on the desktop PC.
    Servings - Ingredients Scaling - Automatically scale ingredient quantities by simply changing the number of servings. Scale to any serving size, up or down on the PC.
    Search - The versatile searching in PDA Cookbook allows you to search by title, category, ingredient, source, rating, or other text in the instructions. Or, you can search for any combination of those parameters on the PC.
    Import - Export Recipes - Import and export recipes from Meal-Master and MasterCook files on the PC.
    Much More - Download the free trial to see all of the features in this best-selling cookbook software!

    Read more at:
    Recipe Software and Cookbook Software for Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Palm, Smartphone - WakefieldSoft
    Last edited by wakefieldsoft; 09-24-09 at 09:18 PM.
    09-24-09 10:03 AM
  8. dizzygurl's Avatar
    Wait...you can talk and internet w ur BB AT THE SAME TIME????????

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    09-24-09 12:32 PM
  9. Write on Time's Avatar
    I highly recommend emerils.com/mobile. It is a mobile version of Emerils.com, and makes looking up recipes while at the grocery store fast and easy.
    09-24-09 01:11 PM
  10. boaman's Avatar
    If you like cooking type �Appetite for BlackBerry� in to your browser it will take you to a OTA download link for a great cooking app.

    It is not a free app but you can have a free trial.
    I've downloaded it and would recommend it.



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    09-24-09 01:28 PM