The idea occurred to me that we each probably have our favorite websites for kosher recipes and how nice it would be if we could share them. Personally, I'm always looking to try something new or in a new way. (I forgot an 'a' title should be Share a recipe site?) To start this off I have two: www.joyofkosher.com and www.feedmebubbe.com
I edited and formatted a whole kosher cookbook for my minyan's 25th anniversary a few years ago.
But I don't usually look specifically for kosher recipes (except for special holiday dishes), I cook mostly vegetarian plus fish, so most of those recipes are fine, and I am used to just skipping over any recipes that are very treif and know the standard substitutions to modify those that can easily be made kosher.
I recently got a replacement for "The Complete Asian Kosher Cookbook": www.amazon.com/Complete-Asian-Kosher-Cookbook-Hardcover/dp/B003SPQIHS which I had originally bought for myself, but before I could used it, I decided to give it as a gift to friends in Israel who had enjoyed a kosher Chinese meal I once cooked for them. And then I found to my dismay that my local Judaica store was having difficulty buying that book because of some problems that the publisher is having. But luckily it was still available through some online book sellers.
I really enjoy cooking and I'm always looking for new recipes and ideas and I currently only have the "1000 Jewish Recipes" cookbook. My other cookbooks I either modify or skip recipes. Another thought on posting links is to serve as a reference page. I can't tell how often I go to look something up and the number of Jew for Jesus pages I have to sift through.
I'm older - I go to my cookbooks before going to websites. The New Hadassah cookbook is good. Joan Nathan put out some good cookbooks. I have an Israeli recipes book (the translations into English are sometimes rather interesting) that I use sometimes - I have quite a collection of cookbooks, because I enjoy reading them!
Many non-kosher recipes can be adapted to be kosher by substituting ingredients.
Kosher Cooking Carnival: A Celebration of Recipes from Around the Web by David Levy on behalf of JewishBoston.com / June 03, 2011 The Kosher Cooking Carnival (KCC) is a monthly collection of links to blog posts from around the web featuring kosher food.