[uf-discuss] hRecipe on FoodNetwork.com
tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Sat Oct 10 00:14:01 PDT 2009
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 8:33 AM, Mark Wunsch <mark at markwunsch.com> wrote:
> Hello Microformaters,
> I'm really pleased to announce that FoodNetwork.com has recently
> rolled out hRecipe on its recipes! We've been observing the
> development of hRecipe and thank Thomas Loertsch, et al. for the great
> work in detailing the specification. We hope our implementation helps
> move the draft to a full-fledged standard.
Mark, this is great news! And every real world example use of a
microformat certainly helps both demonstrate its usefulness, and
discover the challenges encountered when a draft proposal is
implemented with real content.
Please feel free to add your experiences here:
by either adding to existing issues, or opening new issues for any
problems you encountered.
I'll also add my thanks to Thomas and everyone else who has
contributed to hRecipe.
> You can now view recipes from the likes of Food Network Kitchens,
> Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Paula Deen, Rachael Ray,
> Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse, and more in a wonderful machine-readable
> It is the goal of Scripps Networks Interactive (NASDAQ: SNI) to be the
> world's largest distributor of hRecipe marked recipes before the end
> of Q2 2010 when we roll out the spec on http://www.recipezaar.com.
This too is great news. I noticed that the reviews of recipes are also
marked up with hReview (and reviewers with hCard).
> Anxious to hear comments, feedback, and anything we can do to help the
> microformats community. Great work!
Do you have an estimate for how many recipes are now on Foodnetwork.com?
I have added Foodnetwork.com to the list of recipe sites "in the wild"
that support hRecipe:
Thanks again for your excellent work Mark!
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