ANN: Recipe site starter-Cookbook wrote with NextJS, BCMS & Tailwind

By Arso Stojović
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Posted on March 1, 2024
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Recipe starter Next.js

Many NextJS examples demonstrate the effectiveness of NextJS CMS integration, including recipe websites.

Therefore, it is time to introduce the NextJS Recipe site code starter. Built with unique ingredients: NextJS, BCMS, and Tailwind this code makes it quite easy to build a simple, well-designed, custom, scalable website.


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  • Responsive cookbook display: This feature ensures that your recipes will adapt and look great on any device, from small smartphones to large desktop screens. It's done automatically, so you don't have to worry about creating separate designs for different screen sizes.

  • Interactive recipe shelf: With this feature, you can create engaging cooking experiences for your users. You can add interactive elements like step-by-step cooking instructions, ingredient lists that can be checked off, and timers that help users manage their cooking process effectively.

  • Dynamic data integration: This feature lets you connect your recipe website to external data sources like ingredient databases or real-time information about seasonal produce. It ensures that your recipes are always up-to-date with the latest information without manual updates.

  • Effortless deployment: You can easily publish your BCMS Recipes website on popular hosting platforms like Netlify or Vercel. This means you can get your website up and running quickly, and it will be available to your audience without any hassle.

  • Open-source recipe collaboration: BCMS Recipes leverages Next.js's open-source capabilities, which means that developers and food enthusiasts can collaborate and contribute to the ongoing development of your digital cookbook. It fosters a community-driven approach to improving your website.


Getting started with BCMS Recipes and make an online cookbook from which everyone wants to learn to make delicious dishes.

Support ❀️

If you like the project, hit that ⭐ button on Github.