Cook'n Recipe Capture Plugin



The Cook'n Recipe Capture Plugin is an extension for your web browser that makes it easy for you to capture any recipe at any point in time. Click here to see this feature in action AND here to see even more of this feature in action.


How to Use this Plugin

To capture a recipe, just click the Cook'n icon in the top right corner of your web browser and choose "Capture to Cloud" or "Capture to Desktop."

When "Capture to Desktop" is clicked, the recipe will be saved to your Cook'n Desktop App. For this to work, you must launch the Cook'n Desktop App first.

When "Capture to Cloud" is clicked, the recipe will be saved to your Cook'n Cloud Account. The recipe will appear in the Captured Recipes chapter of the Inbox cookbook the next time you sync to the Cook'n Cloud from any Cook'n app.


How to Install in Google Chrome

To install the Cook'n Capture Plugin in Google Chrome, simply follow these steps:

  1. Click here to open the Cook'n Capture Plugin in the Chrome Web Store
  2. Click the "Add To Chrome" button

How to Install in FireFox

To install the Cook'n Capture Plugin in Firefox, simply follow these steps:

  1. Click here to open the Cook'n Capture Plugin in the Firefox Add-ons
  2. Click the "Add To Firefox" button

How to Install in Safari

Unfortunately, Apple just released a new version of the Safari browser that is not compatible with the Cook'n Capture Plugin. We are working on a fix for this and hope to have something soon. In the meantime, please consider installing the Google Chrome web browser. Or, click the Preferences button on the toolbar and select "Display web pages in Cook'n embedded web browser." Then, simply click the Capture button on the Cook'n toolbar to capture recipes.

How to Install in Microsoft Edge

Click the three horizontal dots in the upper right corner of the browser to open the menu.



Then, click “Extensions” in the menu.



Enable the “Allow extensions from other stores” switch in the lower left-hand corner of the Extensions page that appears.



Microsoft will warn you that it hasn’t verified the extensions in the Chrome Web Store or anywhere else online. Click “Allow” to continue.



Now, browse to the Chrome Web Store to find the Cook'n Capture Plugin and click “Add to Chrome.”