editing recipes for a food show

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by shroomgirl, Mar 21, 2003.

  1. shroomgirl

    shroomgirl

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    I just finished an incredibly busy couple monthes.....I had to edit recipes and describe in writing how to butterfly a flank steak...boy was that a stretch. Is there something you've tried to describe in writing that has been extremely difficult?
     
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  3. suzanne

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    I've found it's even harder to describe something very simple to people who can't think in simple terms -- such as when I had to write a user manual for a Board of Higher Education (=college administrators) Labor Negotiations Costing Model. :eek: We had to idiot-proof the program so that absolutely nothing would happen if they didn't hit the right keys, and word the instructions in such a way that they wouldn't start to play "What If?"
     
  4. ironchefatl

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    I just finished my meat fab. class. Try the final, trying to describe step by step: denuding tenderloin, was pretty easy to do, but bone a primal leg of lamb. pork chops from a primal pork loin. Talking serious hand cramps!