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Yes. Though kung vanilla php gagamitin nyo, you need a server to run it. Then you have to implement a lot of boilerplate codes for connecting/querying to the database. I suggest using a framework like Laravel (https://laravel.com/) kung di pa kayo ganon kaalam
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It seems that there is one for PHP: https://github.com/ssnepenthe/recipe-scraper
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