In September 2010 I started posting a recipe every Friday. I recently received a request to repost a certain recipe because a friend couldn’t find one she knew I’d posted. So I decided to create this Recipe Index page to make it easier to find my recipes.
In 2015, I decided to start adding some Gluten-Free (GF) and Dairy-Free (DF) recipes to my library of recipes and to update this list to indicate existing recipes that are GF or DF, or both.
Almond Jam Thumprints GF DF
Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin GF DF
Barbeque Corned Beef GF DF
Bean Soup GF (DF w/o butter)
Beef Stew (GF w/potato starch instead of flour) DF
Black Bean Soup GF DF
Cauliflower Garlic Rice Skillet
Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes and Ham
I just found your site and I really like your blog. I am a newbie blogger and I would like to have a recipe page on my blog as well. Can you offer any site customizing tips on how you created the index page?
Rick, I created my recipe index by creating a new page (as opposed to a post) and then I manually add each recipe with a link to the recipe post each time I post a new recipe. They are manually alphabetized.
In hindsight, it might have worked better (or at least required fewer steps) to create a Recipe category and then include a menu by category, but by the time I thought of this I already had too many categories that I didn’t want to include in a category menu. I wish you the best in your blogging adventure. Peace, Linda
Oh, WOW–I’m so excited to find another cook/writer!! Thanks for the recipes–I’ve just added a Recipe page to my blog, as well! God bless you.
I hope you like my recipes. It will be a challenge to post a new one each week in 2012. I look forward to checking out yours.