How Does YUM Follow Recipes?


I’m a little late with today’s NaBloPoMo post. I am working my new job again today and even though it is slow since the app is brand new, I am spending time in the chat helping others that might need help. It has been quite interesting and gives me a break from writing all day long.

If anyone is interested in learning about the mobile shopping app I am contracting with, you can read about their TechCrunch Disrupt launch in NYC on the TechCrunch website .

I’m trying to keep up with NaBloPoMo. I guess the point is just doing it, no matter how late in the day I get to it. Normally I start out a challenge by doing a few posts ahead of time and scheduling them. Because I have so many things going on right now with my websites and clients, it has become hard for me to sit and write out a few posts at a time.

I’m also having this problem that these questions really don’t give me a lot to discuss. Like I answer it and then sit here wondering what else to say.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Do you follow recipes to a T, or do you play around with recipes, making adjustments?

Perfect example of my point. Anyone who has read YUM for any amount of time knows I have problems with following recipes. I never have the required ingredients or I don’t like something listen.  Then, I have a measuring problem. For some things, I just don’t bother. Often I will have a dish that never turns out the same way twice because of this.

On this site I might have a handful of recipes that I actually followed the recipe because it was the first time I made it, or I was making it for a sponsor post. Even then I am sure I changed things.

I think I just have a problem with following rules in general.

What about you; are you a recipe follower or creator?

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