From another thread where I posted a recipe, but actually make the dish differently; Robin suggested I start a new thread.
I know that there are many poorly written recipes out there (including some of my own). What makes a recipe one that foodies can use effectively?
As I wrote Robin, your recipes, and Jenise's, are written the way you actually make the dishes, and your cook's notes are an integral part of the directions. I would love to read hints from you, Jenise, Chef and other foodies on how to write good recipes so that people can use them effectively.
I don't think I've every seen a good checklist of how to do so.