Because the home page for Genesis and our themes are so flexible, pagination would not work well. We would need to limit the flexibility of the home page in order to add that feature and we chose to stick with flexibility.
As a best practice: Your readers should still be able to navigate your site with a well established menu, and relevant linking between posts and categories.
Another reason not to focus on making the homepage an endless list of posts to scroll through is simply user experience. The purpose of any home page is to drive visitors deeper into the website, leading them to the page that has what they're looking for (like a recipe index page), with a call-to-action.
Your most important pages (About / Contact, your ebook/book/courses, recipe indexes) should be properly configured in your navigation menu.
Unless you're reddit or a magazine, almost nobody is interested in scrolling through an unordered list of your posts, which is what paginated homepages are.
The vast majority of people land on your site to find a specific recipe, or topic you covered, and more often than not they will land directly on that page post from the search engines, and never even see your home page.
Being able to navigate from the page they landed on (i.e. what they actually came to your site for) to relevant content (related recipes, other recipes in that "category") is the key to a successful food blog. Navigating endless chronological posts (eg. paginated homepage) does not support this goal.
For more information, see this post about food blog site structure.
Okay, I get that this is a waste of time, but I want to do it anyways
One option is to add a custom HTML widget to your Homepage: Bottom area, with a text link that goes to your blog. Something like this should work well:
<div align="right"> <a href="https://yoursite.com/blog">See More →</a> </div>
Update 2019: Genesis and Feast have dropped support for blog-style pagination due to poor user experience.
If you scroll down a bit on this page you'll see a video tutorial explaining the process: http://minimalistbaker.com/resources/foodie-pro-genesis-child-theme-master-setup-and-customization-guide/.