I just wanted to point out something and don;t want to offend anyone because i know people mean well. But when someone asks on the forums if anyone has a recipe, it isn;t helpful to tell them to look on Google. There is every possible crap recipe on google, and they are mixed in with very good ones. But we can assume that if someone on the forums gives a recipe, it's one they;ve tried and works. We can ask for clarification if parts of the recipe are not clear. It's an entirely different thing. We all know about google, that's probably how we found the forum in the first place. If we wanted a random google recipe we would have looked. Also how many people write here on these forums to say the cake or whatever they found on google came out bad? Many! Because internet is not reliable. Any idiot can post something on internet and there is more bad information than good. Here there is, at least, a little accountability, despite the screen names. So if you don;t know a recipe someone asks for, probably someone else will. Hopefully no one will just do a google search and post a random recipe, at least not without saying how they found it and that they haven't tested it.