Léon Brocard

NAME

MealMaster - Parse MealMaster format recipe files

SYNOPSIS

  my $mm = MealMaster->new();
  my @recipes = $mm->parse("t/31000.mmf");
  foreach my $r (@recipes) {
    print "Title: " . $r->title . "\n";
    print "Categories: " . join(", ", sort @{$r->categories}) . "\n";
    print "Yield: " . $r->yield . "\n";
    print "Directions: " . $r->directions . "\n";
    print "Ingredients:\n";
    foreach my $i (@{$r->ingredients}) {
      print "  " . $i->quantity .
             " " . $i->measure  .
             " " . $i->product . 
             "\n";
    }

DESCRIPTION

People like to share food recipes on the internet. MealMaster is a popular program for collating recipes. The MealMaster module parses the MealMaster recipe export format, providing you with recipe objects. You can recognize these MealMaster format files as they generally start with "Recipe via Meal-Master".

CONSTRUCTOR

new

The constructor. Takes no arguments:

  my $mm = MealMaster->new();

METHODS

parse($filename)

The parse method takes a filename and recipes an array of MealMaster::Recipe objects representing the recipes in the file:

  my @recipes = $mm->parse("t/31000.mmf");

SEE ALSO

MealMaster::Recipe, MealMaster::Ingredient

AUTHOR

Leon Brocard, <acme@astray.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2005, Leon Brocard

This module is free software; you can redistribute it or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.