I think tagging is just about the most useful thing on the internet. But sometimes explanation is a good thing:
Booze - where some kind of alcohol (other than vanilla extract), such as Campari or frangelico, is an important flavor component.
clean paleo - In short: grain, dairy, legume & refined sugar free. There are probably a million different ways of implementing a paleo diet, some people need to be stricter than others. This label applies to the recipes that are on the stricter end. Given that this is a blog about PUDDING for goodness sakes, we can take it as a given that there will be a fair number of recipes with mild cheats, so I wanted a label for people who really need (or want) to avoid dietary slips.
coconut - This means a recipe with coconut as a major flavor, not just coconut milk as an ingredient. I use coconut milk in so many of my puddings because it is ridiculously convenient - both easy to find in stores and makes creamy puddings easy to make. I don't actually care for coconut flavor that much - the coconut oil I use in many recipes is the expeller pressed variety from Tropical Traditions (*) because the "steam deodorizing" in the processing actually takes away the flavor. I like a few things to taste like coconut, but dear lord not EVERYTHING.
dairy free - While this is included in the definiton of paleo, some people will be searching for dairy-free recipes who've never heard of paleo. I'm being helpful! Or possibly obsessive. You decide!
parve - This is a hebrew term from the rules of kashrut that means neither meat nor dairy - it's a neutral dish that can be served with either a meat or dairy meal and still be considered kosher . It's not quite the same as vegan. It means no meat or dairy, but there could be egg or honey hiding within.
vegan - Sometimes my recipes will be accidentally vegan - no dairy, no egg, no meat, no honey. :) I suppose this label could be useful to someone, somewhere.
WIP - Work in Progress. To be fair, almost all of my posts should be considered a WIP because I am ridiculously fussy about how I like my food. I don't post a recipe unless it's tasty, but unless it came out JUST RIGHT, I plan on doing at least a second draft of it. The WIP label is your warning that I think it could be improved. Or you could take it as a challenge and fix it yourself. :D
Speaking of WIP - this post is definitely one. Anytime I add a potentially confusing new label, I'll add it here.
(*) I get no commission if you buy via this link, but in the interests of scrupulous honesty, at some point in the future, eventually, it's likely that I will link to amazon products I find particularly useful or other such things where I may take a commission. I'll probably give a new disclaimer then. I am the proud owner of nearly pathological honesty. You may have noticed that I even record all the places my recipes have gone wrong. :)