Menu-ready index a recipe for excess?

I established this blog site about six years ago by copying & pasting a small collection of posts that I had written on a previous site which, vexingly, had a dysfunctional host. Most of those posts have been superseded, then deleted; just two remain.

For various reasons, I didn’t add any new posts until the beginning of 2014. Since then, I have written posts at a rate of about two each week, with a ratio of cooking stories to travel of about 5:2.

Towards the end of 2014, I created a page, now titled ‘Index of recipes”, which proudly listed all the recipes that I had published, and which, helpfully, provided a hypertext link from each recipe name to the relevant blog post. Not so helpful was my decision to list the recipes in order of posting, from most recent to the oldest. Why? Bone-laziness is the most plausible explanation.

Anyway, during this past week of wintry weather, I have used some of the hours of my confinement to reorganise the recipe index into eight groups, according to the categories that Maggie and I use for the collection of all our favourite recipes which we print out and keep in a folder in our kitchen. So, the Index of recipes is now much more user-friendly.

Most of the recipes are structured, ie Ingredients, followed by Method. Several others are presented as a piece of prose, so, looser, but still informative.

Bon appetit!

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About rmgtravelsandfood

Maggie and I were both born in the early 1950s and we live in Melbourne, Australia. This blog is mainly devoted to our shared passions for travel and fine dining at home. Recently, I added Australian politics to the scope of the blog, inspired by the election of a Labor Government at a national level. Rick Grounds
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