1000's or recipes.. but as Arpolis said, depends on what you are looking for..
Sweet meads, dry, sparkling... fruty...a veriant of... ??
Im still newish to mead my self, but im going to try some different flavurs like maple, vanilla and peach, and ginger mead...
but i guess as a very basic mead would be:
make ya yeast starter (warm water, little honey and nutriant..)
boil up ya water and honey (i read its always wise to do this, but i see some who donts..?! pro's : advise?)
when cooled, add to carboy with oranges and 30-40 rasins (peel all the white pith off the oranges.. about 4-5)
and some form of yeast nutriant (i use malt extract, but some use STONG tea for tanin...)
add ya yeast starter
shake or airate.... airlock
done.... 25-40 days depending
rack after fermtation stops..
in the 2ndry...this is where you could add some additional flavurs (to make them stand out alittle more then if added to the primary)
eg, little more honey, oranges... a vanilla pod or 2.... some maple syrup...
VERY VERY ROUGH recipy, but looking all over my self, this seemed to be the most true and trusted way
keep in mind, mead being the oldest drink probly ever made, its hard to mess up....
i know some one who made it with just honey, water and bread..!!..(dont ask how it went, never tried it!)
google, and youtube.. there is soooo much free info and guides to help us noobies to brewing,
1 tip.... invest a whole £1-2 ($) in a airlock!