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Allows you to easily search and scrape recipes from http://foodnetwork.com

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Search your favorite recipes from Food Network and then scrape their contents.

Installation

pip install food_network_wrapper

Usage

import methods

from food_network_wrapper import recipe_search, get_n_recipes, scrape_recipe

Search recipes

rthumbnails = recipe_search("pad thai")

Returns up to 10 RThumbnail objects in a list

To get more recipes you have to increment the page parameter

rthumbnails = recipe_search("pad thai", page=2)

Or you can use the shortcut method

rthumbnails = get_n_recipes("pad thai", n=31)

Scrape a recipe

recipe = scrape_recipe("http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/grape-jelly-breakfast-tarts-recipe.html")

Use search and scrape together

rthumbnails = get_n_recipes("pad thai", n=31)
recipes = []
for i in rthumbnails:
   recipe = scrape_recipe(i.url)
   recipes.append(recipe)

For more examples check out `demo.py <https://github.com/benawad/food_network_wrapper/blob/master/demo.py>`__

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