The Hungry Artists’ Recipes

recipe header

Ok, I’ve had this blog for what, going on 3 years here, and I have never compiled a recipes page.  Major head slap.  People often ask me for recipes on the blog, and my feeble response is to “do a search”.   Really lame.

I guess when I began the blog, I didn’t know it would grow this big.  I should have had a recipes page on day one.  I realized this fact a couple of months ago, and the prospect of going back and linking everything and getting it all in ship shape paralyzed me.  I realized it is never going to happen unless I start NOW.  So, I am currently building it, but it will take time.  I have over a 100 recipes on the site to categorize and link.  And now is not the best time in terms of my book and illustration projects (though when is it ever, right?) I am currently involved in.

I just want to say that the recipe page is a work in progress.  It has been really enjoyable to go back and look at older recipes though.  Some I haven’t made in awhile, and I will definitely have to.  Especially the soup recipes!  As some of you might know, the impetus for starting this little blog was the publication of Soup Day, which I wrote and illustrated and came out with Henry Holt in 2010.

Here are the categories I came up with, and here is the recipe page for the whole collection (so far).  Also, there is now a RECIPES link on the header of every page and post! Thanks for your patience and hope you try out some old favorites!

appetizers

green-harvest-soup

chicken

Pork

beef

salmon roll up close

eggs

vegetarian

Sides

breakfast

lighter peanut butter chocolate popcorn

dessert

cookies

beverages

sauces

seasonal

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12 Comments

Filed under Appetizers, Beef, Beverages, Breakfast, chicken, Children

12 responses to “The Hungry Artists’ Recipes

  1. Your pictures are AMAZING!

  2. What a terrific idea! The breakfast image makes me wish it were morning again (preferably a weekend one). Happy organizing your recipe page!

  3. Excellent idea and resource!

  4. Tammi

    I just love your blog and the creative name and even though I’m vegan I think you have some amazing photography and recipes…I just veganize them 🙂 I’m nominating you for the WordPress Family Award. If you haven’t already been nominated you can accept it here: http://gmofreegirl.wordpress.com/2013/11/21/wordpress-family-award/ So glad you have a recipe section too 🙂

  5. Wow, what a stunning and handy guide. I love how you broke them down by category. *heads over for visual feast*

  6. Thank you, Winnie. I’m trying….!

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