If you’d like to test recipes for the book I am writing Le Kitchen Cookbook.
Here are links to some of the recipes.
Please don’t let the length of the recipes intimidate you. They may seem long, but that is only to ensure that everything is explained.
Here is a little reminder if you are testing a recipe:
Could you let me know:
Again don’t let the length of the recipes scare you off. They only seem long, but that is only to ensure that everything is explained.
Before you start cooking, there are two steps you should take. I highly recommend that you:
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gotten halfway through a recipe to read “let it marinate overnight.” What! I’m making this for tonight, not tomorrow! And I’m left improvising the rest of the recipe.
Once all the ingredients are prepared and ready, I can start cooking without having to pause to prepare the next ingredients. And I don’t forget to include something because it is already waiting for me to include it.
You can answer the questions either in the comments or if you prefer you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One more thing: if you know anyone who you think would like to test a recipe, please send this on to them. The more the merrier.
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