Resort Chef

Resort Chef 1.5

Resort Chef was designed to make basic recipe costing as simple as possible
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If you’re a student or just new to computers, then Resort Chef was made for you. This entry-level program's unique HTML based user interface makes browsing your recipe data just like surfing the 'net.

Whilst it may not have all the features of our other products, Resort Chef has been designed to make basic recipe costing as simple as possible.
Resort Chef data is fully compatible with our other recipe management products, so exchanging recipes with colleagues is a breeze.

Resort Chef will run on Windows 2000, Windows XP (all editions), Windows Vista (all editions) and Windows 7 (all editions).
This section discusses some of Resort Chef's major features, we recomend that you download Resort Chef for a free 30 day trial period and see how easy it is to use for yourself. Resort Chef's online help and user's manual provide more comprehensive details about the program and are available as separate downloads from here.
Resort Chef’s unique HTML based user interface makes browsing your recipes very much like surfing the World Wide Web. Each ingredient and recipe is displayed in it’s own web page which are all automatically generated by the program. Just click the various links in the pages to perform editing actions on your recipe information.
The program ships with a number of standard ‘Themes’, which let you change the look and feel of the program with a few mouse clicks. More themes are available for free download from the downloads section on this site.
Resort Chef uses Microsoft Access format databases and you can create as many separate databases as you wish, with no effective limit to the number of ingredients or recipes stored in any one database.
Resort Chef uses the same tried and tested core recipe-costing technology as it’s larger sibling programs to let you perform the full range of recipe costings. Change any aspect of a recipe and the program immediately updates the recipe’s cost, price, food cost percentage, markup, etc.

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