Monday, March 9, 2009

Denoting a crappy recipe

http://www.slashfood.com/2009/03/09/margin-writing-how-do-you-denote-a-crappy-recipe/

Slashfood.com had the most hilarious article today on how to denote a truly crappy recipe. It made me laugh out loud because it reminded me of my grandmas - both of them were margin writers and their comments have guided me to many culinary treasures (while the ones denoted "bad" kept me from food-related pitfalls.)

2 comments:

Paul said...

Well since I have my "segregated" recipe box, only stuff I like go into my box. I suppose if NO ONE likes it though, it would never go into Erin's box either.

Then again, I sometimes wonder if it's the cook and not the recipe (ok, so that's probably not fair, I'm sure there are TRULY bad recipes - but a bad cook can sure make a good recipe go bad too!)

SK said...

I think you're probably right. :)