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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Yeah, where is that "death by chocolate" recipe anyway. I've been eager to put it to the test.
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  • G. Couch
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    I think it's fine the way it is. Besides, if anyone tries a recipe and likes or dislikes it, they can post a comment. Or, if a recipe has the chance of killing someone, as with death by chocolate, appropriate warnings can be added to the thread!

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    I think the comments are ok. It's all part of the forum and sometimes you get feed back on how the recipe turned out for those who try it or as in my case for lemon jelly, Paulette mentioned something I failed to note in the recipe and that is how fast it can boil over on you if you arn't paying attention. Maybe if it gets too big, Doug will want to put it in it's own subsection in the Salon. But I like it and I think there seems to be alot of interest from others as well.
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  • Ed_L
    started a topic Opinions wanted on cookbook forum

    Opinions wanted on cookbook forum

    It looks as though there is enough interest to keep it going. But I wonder if we should leave all the comments to a recipe on the thread, or should we just keep the recipes? I can delete all the comments if you think that's the way to go.

    Ed

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