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Paprika 3.7.1

Hindsight Labs has released Paprika 3.7.1 with several improvements for the popular recipe manager. The update moves the recipe search field selection into the search options bar to make it easier to find; increases the size of the category selection dialog; adds the capability to select the Favorites, Uncategorized, or Trash categories in the recipe search options; remembers the last selected grocery list when re-opening the app; and increases the maximum timer limit to 99 hours for really slow food. ($29.99 new from the Mac App Store, free update, 17.5 MB, 10.13+)

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Comments About Paprika 3.7.1

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  1. Love this app (which I read about here), and I use it daily. It’s so easy to add recipes, make shopping list, etc. Happy to see this update.

  2. I’ve written about a lot of apps over the years and this is one we still use every day after all this time.

  3. This became my “go-to” recipe app years ago when it integrated across MacOS to IOS and iPadOS – synchronized! – I continue to be hooked! There’s never a recipe I can’t get my hands on, as one of my devices is nearby. Even while visiting my family in Australia, I got a request to make my vegetarian lasagna. I popped open my venerable recipe, switched the units to metric, and had a list of ingredients to take to my local Coles to purchase. Back home, I had the directions ready and open and made dinner for us all – a little treat from home. (TY Paprika!)

    Besides vignettes, I’ve found that the developer keeps the app well maintained. I’ve never had a real hiccup with the app. Exporting my grocery list to Reminders also works well.

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