This second part is a product of new technology: the end of the (20th) century computer revolution. With a large backlog of unillustrated draft recipes and dim prospects for ever finding the time to finish them off in the tradition established in part 1, the world wide web seemed to offer the perfect solution, including availability to anyone on the planet with access, and allowing amateur photo illustration of the recipes and instant updating. Eventually the two parts were combined onto a CD as well starting in 2002, much easier to duplicate for others and keep current together with lots of digital photos from the new age of do-it-yourself photography. This also brought the organization of a cooking diary by chronological order, making it a sort of food blog (= web log).
There is just one problem: few readers act. We do this to share food ideas that we have enjoyed and hope others can as well. Try some!