Professional Online Herbalist Training
March 4, 2019
Nandi McCormick says
It’s a good idea. I will usually make notes when trying a new recipe. We have a verbal consensus at the time of trying something new it’s called a “DO-Over”. Meaning we can make it again. I like the star system though, would help later generations understand the family cookbook.
Trixie van Niekerk says
I don’t formally review my recipies, but it is really not a bad idea! Luckily, some of the recipies are very simple and I remember them and also know exactly what they taste like. I find that I also get kinda used to certain recipies and don’t regard them as such “gourmet” dishes anymore. Then I make it for guests and everybody wants the recipe! I have forgotten how good it tasted when I first made it and my guests just had that same experience. So, it will be good to keep some kind of journal of wonderful dishes that are always a winner.
I follow the recipe ingredients and prep, but not always the amount of each item. Add a little extra onion or less cilantro, something like that. If I like how it turns out, I will make it again.
Most recipes I choose to follow are simple and easy. I just add a bit of my own flare. But now reviewing. Most of the time I just try to make things less bland in life. Not too heavy on complex recipes. Dont have the patience for it.
Hester Whitehouse says
I will make it again if I liked it, but not giving it a rating.
If I really enjoy the new recipe then yes I make a note of it and plan on making it again.
Alta Pretorius says
I am unfortunately in the habit of never following a recipe to the T. I always make a change or two. That being said, my reason is that I cook for a naturally healed ex-cancer patient with diabetes. Starting this way of cooking I also started changing my recipes in a way that are most of the time healthier.
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