My Wife's Cooking & Traveling Blog

Hi everyone :wave:

Happy to share with you my wife’s blog related to cooking and traveling.

It is still an ongoing project, so please bare with me with all of the future updates.
I do really enjoyed to build this with Frontity. I love the framework & the amazing community. For sure i will do more projects with Frontity framework. Will also write a case study blog post on my own website

Keep up the work on this framework guys and thank you very much. :raised_hands:t3:



Hey @dejangeorgiev it’s great to see your work :blush: Congratulations! Ruth’s recipes are awesome as well! Keep us posted with the updates.

Thanks a lot for your kind words, and for being part of the community.

I can’t wait to read it!


Looks great!

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Hey @Pablo thank you very much for your encouraging words :slight_smile: and also for your support to build this great product! Keep it up :raised_hands:t3:

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Hey @whitetc2 :wave:t3:

Thank you very much! :slight_smile:

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I can’t wait to read it!

Here you go :point_right:t2: :nerd_face:


Hello @dejangeorgiev, I’ve cloned your wonderful theme for studying it, but as far as I swap from your wordpress source to mine everything fails. Could you give some advice about your wordpress backend installation (plugins, config…) in order to make it work with other site?. Thx.


Hi @info4 :wave:t3:

Thank you very much for your kind words regarding to the theme! :slight_smile:

Well, the reason you can’t actually use this theme with another WordPress backend is because my backend is fully customized with ACF incl. taxonomies, fields, field groups, templates etc… And i use quite few from WP Gutenberg blocks unless you build it the same way as i did with ACF (the exact naming you can find in the code itself).

What i suggest you tough, to be much easier for you for exploring the theme is to delete all of my ACF components and start building it on top of your your own backend with Gutenberg blocks. This is just a suggestion, please give a though as it may cause you as much time for adjustments and fine-tuning as you will build it by yourself. :slight_smile:

Looking forward to see what you are building.


Really nice… My wife also has an exist ing wp food blog so i am really looking forward to taking a look in your Theme!!! Fantastic!


hey @james.c.yarbrough :wave:

Thank you very much for the lovely words! I’m glad if you could take use of the theme i developed…
Looking forward to see your wife’s blog as well!

Wish you a happy coding in 2021 :wink:
All the best,