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== Next Steps ==
 
== Next Steps ==
 
# Add more examples and analysis of their markup and implied schemas
 
# Add more examples and analysis of their markup and implied schemas
# Research existing [[recipe-formats]]
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# Research existing [[recipe-formats]] (Mealmaster, [http://www.formatdata.com/recipeml/ RecipeML], ...)
 
# [[recipe-brainstorming]] on a minimal recipe schema that solves the 80/20 of examples
 
# [[recipe-brainstorming]] on a minimal recipe schema that solves the 80/20 of examples

Revision as of 20:29, 11 January 2006

Recipe Examples

Contributors

Recipe Lists

  • Steve and Aytek's recipes. Note that they are simply using XOXO for the lists. It doesn't appear that anything more is necessary for a list of recipes.
  • ...
  • ...

Recipes Examples

Lentil Stew

Neriman’s Mercimek - Yummy Lentils

  • Appears to be a simple BBEdit 5.0 conversion of a plain text file into HTML 3.2
  • Uses <br><br> to delimit sections
  • Composed of:
    • author of recipe
    • title of recipe, with English translation
    • top level structure of time/instructions, with ingredients noted as necessary for each step
    • serving suggestion(s) (serve with ...)

Mocha Brownie Cake

Mocha Brownie Cake

  • Composed of
    • title of recipe / food item (looks like a heading)
    • sequence of larger tasks (separated by subheadings), each of which has
      • list of ingredients (uses <ul>) for a particular component of the dish
      • preparation instructions for those ingredients
      • OR a instructions for assembling components of the dish
    • contributing baker - perhaps someone who has modified the recipe?
    • source - citation of where recipe originally came from

Sachertorte

Sachertorte (allrecipes.com)

  • Composed of
    • title of recipe (as a heading)
    • name of the submitter
    • description of the food item (e.g: "Elegant chocolate cake.")
    • optional photo
    • servings count
    • sequence of ingredients (uses <ul>)
    • sequence of preperation instructions (uses <ol>)

Cuba Libre

Cuba Libre (extratasty.com)

  • Composed of
    • title of recipe
    • name of the submitter
    • sequence of ingredients
    • preperation instructions (continuous text)
    • Recipe rating (US school grad system)

Next Steps

  1. Add more examples and analysis of their markup and implied schemas
  2. Research existing recipe-formats (Mealmaster, RecipeML, ...)
  3. recipe-brainstorming on a minimal recipe schema that solves the 80/20 of examples