Edgy and egalitarian, the Open Source Cookbook is an online repository for users to share and search for recipes. The cookbook was launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and makes the case that "food is unique in that it's inherently democratic," therefore featuring user submissions from professionals and hobbyists alike. A quick skim of the current recipe database is sure to make readers' mouths water. From chocolate babka to vegan chocolate mousse, cookies to cakes, pies to panna cotta, there is a baked good for everyone. Plenty of savory dishes and entrees are featured, too, so readers can create a full meal using the site. Many recipes are accompanied by pictures and short stories, truly inviting you into strangers' kitchens. More than 50 individuals have submitted recipes already, and readers interested in submitting a recipe of their own will find the instructions to do so at the link above. The database can be accessed on the web (using Google Slides) or downloaded as a PDF file.