Working your way around.
At the very top of the page near to the right hand side are the names or labels of the eight main pages of this website:
Each is clickable and will take you directly to the corresponding page.
To work your away around this page you have a number of alternatives:
How to scroll through recipe titles. "recipe items"
How to select a specific country cuisine. "select a cuisine"
How to select recipes of specific food types "select a major ingredient"
How to see recent recipe additions. "EdiblyAsian Recipes: Latest additions of recipes"
How to select recipes with certain ingredients or certain styles of preparation. "flavours, styles, ingredients & options"
To see the list of recipes "recipe items"in alphabetical order you may scroll or by clicking on the index letter on the far left floating bar. This will take you to the corresponding recipes beginning with that letter. To go back to the top of the menu you can either click the "to top" sign on the floating bar or the picture in that bar.
If you want to list just the recipes of a specific cuisine such as Chinese or Thai then this is most easily done by selecting the cuisine under the heading "select a cuisine" on the right hand side of the page near the top. When you hover over a specific cuisine it will become bright. Just click this group and you will be taken to a shorter list of just that specific group of recipes.
Just below "select a specific cuisine" classification there is another: "select a major ingredient" which brings together a shortened list of various recipes under a grouping for example if you wanted to see the recipes for "dumplings" then you would move the mouse over to "dumplings" and it will become bright. Click on the brightened word and you will be taken to this grouping of recipes.
You may "subscribe" to the posted menus as they are published. This may be either by RSS feed or by anonymous email. Both of these are pretty well hands off methods. Occassionally I will publish some interesting information about a recipe or new cuisine or maybe a new ingredient that has users uncertain. Generally I would publish this on Facebook. You are welcome to subscribe to the Facebook facility to receive these relatively infrequent snippets. Twitter is something I rarely use but very occassionaly do so. I think I have posted 16 "tweets" in 2 years. Subscription to any of these is by standard processes and to some extent directed from the facility itself. Just click the highlighted icon of your choice and follow instructions.
The image box under its own heading "EdiblyAsian Recipes: Latest additions of recipes" displays a certain number of the recently added recipes to the site. If you move your mouse into the larger central window of the display a set of controls becomes seen. If there is no progress of the slideshow click the small forward arrow and this will begin the slideshow cycle. If there is a recipe here that you wish to see in full, click the post title and it will open the recipe page for this dish.
Finally, beneath the slideshow box is a list of "flavours, styles, ingredients & options" any of the contents if clicked will bring up a list of all recipes with that classification or tag. Unfortunately it will only work with one classification. If you wish to be very selective then I suggest that you use the search facility at the top left hand of the page and key your search phrase in. Something like "cherries and no chillies" should bringup a list of recipes with this specific selection. It's an advanced tool and maybe a bit frustrating to use at first but very powerful.