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Recipe blog posts for Mezzanine CMS

Project Description

This plugin gives you a “Recipe” blog post type for your Mezzanine sites.

Features

  • Embed an image of the meal
  • Provide an ingredient list
  • Let your visitors add a comment and rating to recipes
  • The usual stuff - ingredients, times, categories
  • REST-API for external applications

Installation

  • Run pip install mezzanine-recipes (or, if you want to hack on mezzanine-recipes, clone it and run pip install -e path/to/repo)

  • Create a Mezzanine CMS project

  • Add "mezzanine_recipes" followed by "tastypie" on top of your INSTALLED_APPS

  • Migrate your database with python manage.py migrate mezzanine_recipes

  • Install fixtures with python manage.py loaddata mezzanine_required.json

  • To enable Recipe-Blog and REST API put following code to your urls.py:

    from mezzanine.conf import settings
    from tastypie.api import Api
    from mezzanine_recipes.api import *
    
    v1_api = Api(api_name='v1')
    v1_api.register(CategoryResource())
    v1_api.register(KeywordResource())
    v1_api.register(AssignedKeywordResource())
    v1_api.register(PostResource())
    v1_api.register(RecipeResource())
    v1_api.register(BlogPostResource())
    v1_api.register(IngredientResource())
    v1_api.register(WorkingHoursResource())
    v1_api.register(CookingTimeResource())
    v1_api.register(RestPeriodResource())
    v1_api.register(CommentResource())
    v1_api.register(RatingResource())
    
    urlpatterns = patterns("",
        ("^api/", include(v1_api.urls)),
        ("^%s/" % settings.BLOG_SLUG, include("mezzanine_recipes.urls")),
        ...
    
  • Look at http://www.robertstevens.org/mezzanine-recipes.html if you need a much more detailed installation instruction

Usage

mezzanine-recipe provides the blog post type “Recipe”. The Recipe blog post type represents a single recipe.

Create a Recipe blog post in the Mezzanine admin (naming it something like “Recipe”).

Creating Templates

The template for the Recipe List can be found at templates/recipe/recipe_list.html and for a Recipe Blog Post at templates/recipe/recipe_detail.html.

The Recipe object is available at mezzanine_recipes.models.recipe. It has the following properties:

  • Periods and times: WorkingHours, CookingTime, RestPeriod
  • Cooking info: ingredients, portions, difficulty, categories
  • Text data: title, summary, content, comments, ratings

To Do

  • Implement some tests
  • Add single cooking steps to Recipe
Release History

Release History

This version
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1.0.0

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