This recipe does not take a lot of time.
This recipe is easy to make.
This recipe is rather expensive.
This recipe is completely vegetarian.
Even better, this recipe is vegan.
This recipe is not hot at all.
This recipe does not contain alcohol.
No eggs are used in this recipe.
This recipe is glutenfree.
This recipe does not contain soy.
This recipe does not contain nuts.
This recipe does not contain milk.
This recipe does not contain fish.
This recipe does not contain shellfish.
Enter the description of your recipe here. You may have noticed that your recipe is rendered using HTML. Therefore, you can use simple HTML commands in your descriptions to add line breaks, paragraphs, text effects etc.
For instance, you can use the <BR> command to start a new line, and the <P></P> commands to open and close a paragraph.
The input file that is used to generate the HTML page is a data file that is created using the La Gantt GUIsine software. You can create/edit your input file using La Gantt GUIsine, or using a text editor (e.g., notepad).
When using La Gantt GUIsine, be careful when inserting new resources/ingredients/activities in an existing list. Inserting resources/ingredients/activities may mix up your activity details, requiring you to enter them from scratch. It is good practice to add new resources/ingredients/activities at the end of the list (rather than inserting them).
At the bottom of this page (in the downloads section), you can find a link to download the input file that was used to generate this HTML page. This input file provides examples of how to use HTML commands. Using these commands will help you to present your recipe in a nice, professional way.
To optimize the layout of your page, you can play around with the width of your pictures to obtain a better layout. In addition, you can play around with the opacity of your pictures to make your overall page look nicer. If you set opacity to 100, the picture is displayed without changes. If you set opacity to 0, the picture is completely transparent (i.e., not visible). Give it a try.
In the input file, you can also specify resources and ingredients that are used to create your dish. For each resource, you need to specify the quantity needed. For each ingredient, you need to specify the total requirement as well as the unit of the ingredient. Whereas resource needs should be expressed as integers (i.e., whole numbers), ingredient quantities may be expressed as decimals. Note that your recipe should at least have 1 resource and 1 ingredient.
Emojis can also be added to add a personal touch to your recipe. Emojis are displayed right above the recipe description. In this example, a few emojis are listed, however, you can add other emojis yourself (do a search for 'emoji HTML reference' to find the decimal reference for each emoji). Each emoji corresponds to a unique decimal reference (for instance, decimal reference 9200 displays a clock: ⏰). Each emoji should be provided with a text that is displayed if you hover above the emoji. In fact, you may have noticed that many elements on this page display additional information if you hover over them. You can specify the text that is displayed in the input file. Note, however, that hovering may not work when viewing this page on a mobile phone.
In this example recipe, there are two steps. You can specify more steps if required, or it is also possible that you only have 1 step in your recipe. Whatever you do, try to make sure that your recipe not only tastes fantastic, but also that it looks great! Make sure that this page is clear, can easily be understood, and looks visually attractive. Your goal is to encourage people to try your recipe!. If you need inspiration, or want to look at some other example recipes, you can always click on La Gantt Cuisine on top of this page. This will take you to the recipe index. For each of the recipes, you can download the input file via the link in the download section of each recipe page.