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Server stack API to compliment the client code of what2eat using Node, Mongoose, and Express
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Application details

  • A recipe finder for the ingredients that you have.
  • Navigating to the ** (Where to find page) will reveal a layout of a welcome page. You can make an account to get full features or continue on the the finder itself for quick access.
  • Users can enter ingredients that they have and get back recipes that contains those ingredients, along with which ingredients they are missing.
  • On selecting a recipe you will get a soft overview of the instructions and how to make desired recipe
  • There is a link at the bottom of the page leading to an in-depth overview of the recipe.
  • If signed in , A user can keep track of saved recipes for quick access to get back to them , along with removing them if they are no longer wanted.

Where to find

You can visit!


  • Sign up button on the home page will lead you to a form to create an account.
  • After signing up you can pick from some predetermined ingredients in the checkboxes provided, Or you can create your own, which is why you came here.
  • The screen will be poplulated with recipes that closely match your desired inputs, with an option to go to the recipe overview.
  • At the recipe overview page , you will have a list of instructions and a save button if you choose to want to keep it around for quick access.
  • Once you have saved a few recipes there is a separate page that keeps track of all the recipes you have saved in the MyRecipes link provide at the top of the page.
  • On the MyRecipes page you find a similar display to the search. Displaying all the recipes you have kept

Coding styles

-React was used for the components to display the various forms of information

-React-Redux was used for the management of the state


  • Mobile screenshots on the left and right
  • On the left you will find what single recipe search will provide you
  • On the right is the "search for" screen, where you can add and pick from options
  • The middle picture is an overview of what the search result will look like on a full sized screen


Contributions to the application are accepted. If you have a design suggestion, feel free to change and make a pull request. I styled this app with the simplest of styles.

Built With


  • Dameon Mendoza - Initial work - dameon1


This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the file for details


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