Show me all of my Mac App Store apps

find /Applications -path '*Contents/_MASReceipt/receipt' -maxdepth 4 -print |sed '; s#/Applications/##'
Shows the OS X applications downloaded from App Store. Doesn't include manually added apps.
Sample Output

By: bugmenot
2013-09-28 15:44:32

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