Rapid Recipe automatically detects when you’re reading a recipe and renders just the recipe without all of the backstory. It’s an App Safari Extension for iOS and macOS that you buy, set up once and it runs forever!
I did a little digging into this a while ago for a hobby project, but it never went anywhere. Well done for shipping! :D
My development directory fully empathizes with starting something and not quite shipping it. I ended up getting this working because I time boxed myself, which was surprisingly successful for me. I'm planning on continuing to time box for future projects like this. May not work for everyone, but could be worth a try.
I do think it faces some competition from Mela, but Mela's approach is to be a whole recipe manager and you get stuff into it via the Share extension. I don't necessarily want all recipes in my own database. Sometimes I just want a recipe once. Mela is also more expensive (buy separately for Mac and iOS).
I realise Recipeasly was republishing stripped recipe content (search-indexably). Is that a sufficient difference?
 Twitter announcement and thread: https://twitter.com/redman/status/1366137187117506560
 Mainstream news blow-up: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=26311101
I wish there were just a standardised way for recipes to be presented. If I'm on a desktop or tablet, I want ingredients on the left, method on the right, a picture of how it's supposed to look at the top, perhaps some serving suggestions at the bottom, and maybe a few interstitial pictures/videos in the method if it's something really difficult (I'm happy for these to appear in a modal). On mobile, I want the ingredients at the top and the method beneath it. I never want the life story. Having comments at the bottom is sometimes quite nice but fairly optional. I'd like to be able to toggle units to things that I'm comfortable with (I don't want ounces and cups but it should be possible for people who do).
This shouldn't be too much to ask, it really shouldn't.
Not sure this solves the problem - only a short term solution to a poor market structure. And how long does this run until it has to make revenue in some way?
Example: "Put eggs, flour, sugar and butter in the bowl"
And it should be: "Put 2 eggs, 1 cup of flour, 1/2 cup sugar and 1 stick of butter in the bowl"
edit: the preview image is cut off at the bottom at some screen widths. I now changed my window size and have a slightly better idea of what it does.