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Request a Recipe

I would tend to believe posters in this forum rather than folks who comment on recipes found on some other blogger's forum.

My experience has been if a "commenter" posts ANYTHING other than a 5* review on some bloggers recipe page (a recipe I may really like to try in most cases), invariably it does NOT get approved for publication.

Even asking questions elicit a binning of the question and never sees the light of day.

One example: my bread making consists almost entirely of variations on no-knead/overnight rises.

One tasty-looking recipe I found for ONE loaf (that has an 18 hour overnight rise) used 1 full teaspoon of yeast whereas any of my overnight recipes use less than 1/8 teaspoon for twice the amount of flour they use in this particular recipe.

I asked that exact question: why so much yeast?

It never got "approved". Now, if it interested me enough, I'd give the minimal yeast adj I'd make a try. BUT I hate tossing out ingredients so I binned their forum (y)

SO, how about it? A Request area? (y)
 

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Are we talking about ISO (in search of posts) for recipes?

It's not you; it's me. My brain is mush and nothing makes sense. 馃槖

I just need to understand what the purpose of the new section would be so we can figure out how to best incorporate it into the forum.
 

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For your example here is a link but I have never tried it or heard of it. Claims to be the original recipe.


But I think he means something like this, Texas BBQ sauce, here is the only place I know of that it exists on the internet. Post #11.

 

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That's why I wanted a responder here that has tried it and rated it. I can find lots of those (types of) recipes online as well but don't necesssarily trust the comments.
Understand. I can find hundreds of TX BBQ sauce recipes but none like the one I use. It was never published for public consumption.
 
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Take a look at the description of The Recipe Box. It says "Share your favorite recipe or find a new one". I think this forum will do exactly what you are asking for in a new forum. If fact you just responded to a request I posted a few minutes ago.
 
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