Yes, hubby and I spent several hours last night poring over the screenshots from our beta helpers and making modifications to the web site in order to release two sets of new recipes for you guys. You'll notice that we've added a new option to the "Expansion" filter, which let's you show just the WotLK recipes. We also added a gray color to the WotLK items themselves, so you can visually distinguish them from "live" recipes if you have a mixed list. Many of the items do not have icons or hover text, this is just a shortcoming of the data we have access to and we'll work to fix that as soon as we can. For items that were unique in nature, I put the item description in the Notes.
The first set of new recipes is for all the current (as of the screenshots we received) Enchanting recipes from the Northrend trainers. These recipes start at 355 and go through 395. This is a great addition for those that haven't capped out yet, but I doubt it will apply to most of us. Even if you don't need the points, I'm sure you'll find yourself using some of the new recipes as they introduce stats that were previously unavailable, as well as increases to stats we currently have. For us crafting-obsessed folk, there's also a new Gathering enchant that gives +5 bonus to all three of the gathering professions. While we don't get a bigger skill bonus, combining all three into one enchant will be very handy for those dual gatherers out there.
The second set of recipes is Inscription, again all the current trainer recipes as of our submitted screenshots. I'm sure most of you have seen these items, so there's nothing new there. What you haven't seen is any kind of skill progression on which you can estimate the herbs you need. I believe our list provides that missing link that lets crafters start making meaningful preparations. Even if you ignore the Milling process, you can still see which types of herbs make which inks and how many of those you'll need.
However, I would like to share some tidbits I found on WoWhead under the comments for Alabaster Pomace and Dusky Pomace, which confirms that you need a stack of five herbs to "mill" into pomace. There's no hard numbers for how many pomace you'll receive, but you can still plan for worst-case scenario and collect enough herbs to cover a 1:1 ratio. Previous to this information I'd been planning for a general strategy of 2 stacks of each herb type. Now I am upgrading that to 3 stacks of each herb type, to allow extra herbs for milling. Since each type of pomace is currently derived from multiple types of herbs, in those cases where one herb is particularly rare (Ghost Mushroom), I'm substituting an extra stack of a more common herb. Obviously any of this information can change, but I figure all of these herbs will sky-rocket in value after WotLK goes live. If I end up with extras... I might just have to sell them off for astronomical prices <gasp!>.
Enjoy the new recipes and I would like to give a shout out to beta helper "MD" for the multiple waves of screenshots she sent yesterday that allowed me to compile this information. I still have more goodies to process today, so keep an eye out!
**UPDATE** El (of El's Extreme Anglin) has shared a link to his Inscription Guide which has lots of details about the mechanics of Inscription. If you want to know more, check out his site!