Re: Calling All Cooks & Design Gurus

Subject: Re: Calling All Cooks & Design Gurus
From: Eugene Kim-Eng <gene -at- genek -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 10:20:23 -0800

It is for me. I always assemble the ingredients for anything I cook on my
countertop before I start, and more often than not I end up having to run
out to get something I'm short of. I pass recipes that don't provide a full
list of ingredients right by. If you want to use the W-S table format for the
step-by-steps that's fine, but *don't* delete the ingredient list at the top of
the recipe.

Gene Kim-Eng
Technical Publications Manager
and Roy Yamaguchi wannabe
Half Moon Bay, CA

At 08:40 AM 2/11/2003 -0600, Ruth Lundquist wrote:

Many cookbooks list all ingredients, followed by instructions in paragraph
form. This is often not the optimal way to design/display the info. I'm
looking for better examples of well designed recipes.


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