Gourmet Recipe Manager is a simple but powerful recipe-managing application. Gourmet is intended for the GNOME desktop environment, but works on any platform that gtk supports, including windows.
Last release was in 2014.
Gourmet Recipe Manager vs Mastercook opinions
Free Alternative with a no fuss nothing forced approach. While it is definately missing some features the team are more than happy to listen to ideas for the future. note tat my use is on windows 10x64 with a current recipe database holding over 60k recipes at a file size of 110mb (no images)
Cookbook+Calendar is a scheduler, that enables to plan a menu, a diet or a dinner party, and to store recipes. A handy tool for those who want to manage meal planning calendar quickly and easily, it will be essential for grocery and restaurant managers, for sportsmen and those...
Unite your recipes in one central place and access them from all the places you might need them such as your PC, your Andoid devices, or any browser. Keep your recipe collection nicely organized by choosing your own categories.
The KDE cookbook.
A highly configurable recipe manager, designed to make organizing your personal recipes collection fast and easy. Features include: shopping lists, nutrient analysis, advanced search, recipe ratings, import/export various formats, and more.Discontinued
This app is unmaintained and no longer released by the KDE community.
This is a small and easy to use kitchen recipe organiser and database for anyone wanting to start as an aspiring chef. Also includes data meta-tags for easier searching and indexing of recipes from the main window.
Bites is a cook book application. Recipes can be created on your phone, downloaded from the web and shared with friends via sms. Pick a recipe to make, tick off the ingredients you need, then add the ones you need to the shopping list in Trolly or SMS them to someone to pick up...
MacGourmet is a recipe management application that allows users to create, edit, and scale new recipes or import recipes from their favorite websites, then share them via email, Facebook, and Twitter.