Computer programs for the kitchen

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Tab Books, Dec 1, 1984 - Computers - 246 pages
Discusses Writing Programs for Culinary Use, Using the Micro for Planning Menus, Choosing the Right Equipment, Evaluating Wires, Building a Culinary Data Base & Offers Other Nutritional Information

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At the time of it's release, this was a great book, a little outdated now but still an interesting read.

Contents

What Is a Computer?
13
What Is Software?
36
How Is a Program Created?
45
How Is a Menu Planned?
79
What Is a Culinary DataBase?
89
What Are the Fundamentals of Cooking?
127
Is Wine Important?
163
Culinary Data Base
170
Suggested Reading
230
Index
244
Copyright

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