OTB Recipe Archive Now Available

After several days clicking away at the keyboard, Rachel has created an index of all the recipes appearing on OTB. You can see the Recipes tab above. If you read OTB regularly, you will realize that not all of our recipes are traditionally formatted. Some are just a general description of how we made the dish pictured. Other times, the recipe we used may be someone else’s and there will be another link for you to follow. There are two tables, first the recipes are sorted alphabetically, then by date, most recently published first.

We hope you enjoy exploring the OTB archives this way. We’ll try to keep it updated as new recipes are created, but if you think we’ve missed something, feel free to post it in the comments so we can keep the list up to date.

5 Responses to OTB Recipe Archive Now Available

  1. xenos says:

    That is tremendously useful. Thanks very much to the both of you (but especially Rachel, for typing it all up) for doing this.

  2. Melissa says:

    Tremendous amount of work went into compiling and editing these myriad recipes .. thanks for doing this for us who will benefit from your expertise and experience!

    Onward to good health!

  3. Robert says:

    A nice ( and very handy) feature would be to allow readers to click an article and save the reciepe into a file personal box. that way I don’t have to search (and hopefully remember) the receipe name I am looking for amont all that have been published to date.

  4. Rachel Perlow says:

    When I want to do that, I cut and paste and save the recipe on my own computer, rather than an online database.

  5. Robert says:

    I have saved all your soup receipes.

    Thank you for posting them.

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