Should Newer Recipe Writers Threaten Established Pros?

Amy Reiley started a wildfire on an IACP blog post recently, when she said hobby food bloggers who don’t test recipes thoroughly and don’t charge enough are sidelining professionals like herself. Here’s a sample:...more
 @ItsAllRelative  You will use 90 percent of recipes? That's awesome. Most people try 2 or 3 ...more

Should Newer Recipe Writers Threaten Established Pros?

Amy Reiley started a wildfire on an IACP blog post recently, when she said hobby food bloggers who don’t test recipes thoroughly and don’t charge enough are sidelining professionals like herself. Here’s a sample:...more
 @ItsAllRelative  You will use 90 percent of recipes? That's awesome. Most people try 2 or 3 ...more

Should Newer Recipe Writers Threaten Established Pros?

Amy Reiley started a wildfire on an IACP blog post recently, when she said hobby food bloggers who don’t test recipes thoroughly and don’t charge enough are sidelining professionals like herself. Here’s a sample:...more
 @ItsAllRelative  You will use 90 percent of recipes? That's awesome. Most people try 2 or 3 ...more

Should Newer Recipe Writers Threaten Established Pros?

Amy Reiley started a wildfire on an IACP blog post recently, when she said hobby food bloggers who don’t test recipes thoroughly and don’t charge enough are sidelining professionals like herself. Here’s a sample:...more
 @ItsAllRelative  You will use 90 percent of recipes? That's awesome. Most people try 2 or 3 ...more

Should Newer Recipe Writers Threaten Established Pros?

Amy Reiley started a wildfire on an IACP blog post recently, when she said hobby food bloggers who don’t test recipes thoroughly and don’t charge enough are sidelining professionals like herself. Here’s a sample:...more
 @ItsAllRelative  You will use 90 percent of recipes? That's awesome. Most people try 2 or 3 ...more

Should Newer Recipe Writers Threaten Established Pros?

Amy Reiley started a wildfire on an IACP blog post recently, when she said hobby food bloggers who don’t test recipes thoroughly and don’t charge enough are sidelining professionals like herself. Here’s a sample:...more
 @ItsAllRelative  You will use 90 percent of recipes? That's awesome. Most people try 2 or 3 ...more

Write Better Recipes: Avoid the Seven Most Common Recipe Writing Errors

In the last week, I’ve been editing recipes for two books by food bloggers. Both have short deadlines, and I’ve been working long hours. That’s okay. It’s so much fun to see such creativity and invention, to fantasize about which recipes I’m going to try, and –- yes -– to nitpick. Such is the job of an editor. ...more
Thanks! As a blogger who posts recipes occasionally, these tips were really helpful!more

Write Better Recipes: Avoid the Seven Most Common Recipe Writing Errors

In the last week, I’ve been editing recipes for two books by food bloggers. Both have short deadlines, and I’ve been working long hours. That’s okay. It’s so much fun to see such creativity and invention, to fantasize about which recipes I’m going to try, and –- yes -– to nitpick. Such is the job of an editor. ...more
Thanks! As a blogger who posts recipes occasionally, these tips were really helpful!more

Write Better Recipes: Avoid the Seven Most Common Recipe Writing Errors

In the last week, I’ve been editing recipes for two books by food bloggers. Both have short deadlines, and I’ve been working long hours. That’s okay. It’s so much fun to see such creativity and invention, to fantasize about which recipes I’m going to try, and –- yes -– to nitpick. Such is the job of an editor. ...more
Thanks! As a blogger who posts recipes occasionally, these tips were really helpful!more

Write Better Recipes: Avoid the Seven Most Common Recipe Writing Errors

In the last week, I’ve been editing recipes for two books by food bloggers. Both have short deadlines, and I’ve been working long hours. That’s okay. It’s so much fun to see such creativity and invention, to fantasize about which recipes I’m going to try, and –- yes -– to nitpick. Such is the job of an editor. ...more
Thanks! As a blogger who posts recipes occasionally, these tips were really helpful!more