During the COVID-19 lockdown, I have started cooking a lot more - almost every dinner. While planning my cooking, I decided to organize my recipes. I noticed that the app that I was using, Paprika, could export to html so I set up GitHub Pages and Jekyll and had GitHub serve the site. I thought that this would be a good GitHub project to become more familiar with GitHub as well.
Boris Anthony who has worked with me on my website since the beginning is now helping me with this.
There are recipes on this site. My recipes have the full instructions. The recipes from books and other sites have the ingredients and a link to the full recipe when available.
I have a "pages" section of topics organized a bit like a wiki. I have "posts" which are organized by date and are a bit like blog posts. Lastly, I have "meal notes" which are notes from preparing meals. These notes are linked to recipes. There are tags on all of these pages and recipes that provide a way to browse the site.
Here are a few of the pages:
- The Harry's Bar Cookbook
- Salt Fat Acid Heat by Samin Nosrat
- The Food Lab by J. Kenji López-Alt
- Modernist Cuisine at Home by Nathan Myhrvold and Francisco Migoya
- Project Smoke by Steven Raichlen
- The Zuni Cafe Cookbook by Judy Rodgers
- The Flavor Equation by Nik Sharma
- The Elements of Pizza: Unlocking the Secrets to World-Class Pies at Home by Ken Forkish
All of the five star recipes below are recipes that I've tried and like.