I sat down today to write up the apple pie recipe I raved about yesterday and started scratching my head. I realized I'm not to sure about cookbook / online etiquette in sharing of recipes. What is your experience with it?
Also - when does a recipe become "yours"? How many changes do you have to make to something to claim it as your own? Or if you start from another recipe to begin with, no matter how many changes you make to something, should it never be claimed as your own?
I just finished the exhausting (albeit fun) task of writing my first book and don't want to break cookbook sharing rules. So tell me whatcha guys have found to be the norm?
For now, I will share our lunch today. Leftover chicken noodle soup - so so good and better the second day!
That is my last apple bowl. Do you remember them? (I tried to find the post where I shared them first, but couldn't.) They have dwindled away, one break at a time and I cherish the last one, but not enough to stop using it. If it breaks, it breaks. At least we'll have memories of soups, cereal and ice cream enjoyed in the bowl.
The Lovely Bones was lovely. Sad of course, but good. Weird, but just enough. I'd recommend it.