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Then the ingredient list and the preparation method. If the recipes is adapted from another recipe, a credit is due (" Adapted from Dorie Greenspan's World Peace Cookies" ) below the text of the method. The Write your recipes down before you cook anything! If you start throwing stuff into a pan before youve got a plan, then youll end up guessing at what you did after youve eaten it all! When youre testing recipes its For ingredients that are uncommon, seasonal, or expensive (for example, " boneless chicken may be substituted for the wild shrimp" or" you may substitute 12 tsp dried basil for the fresh" ).
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Itll only stall the user and When I was writing The Year of Cozy, I thought A LOT about how the recipes were written. I thought it might be interesting to share my process with you. Some of you may write your own recipes too, and some of In the best case, recipe headnotes will reflect the unique voice of the writer and the tone of the cookbook, and engage the reader with a bit of the recipe's history or lore; a bit more about a particular ingredient or an additional recipe tip or variation; or even a personal anecdote that relates to the recipe in some way shape or form.