For dinner tonight:
Dill Cucumber Salad
Rosemary Garlic Baked Potatoes
Banana Cream Pie
All recipes courtesy of Wikibooks' Cookbook section.
Wiki + Cookbooks? This seems like a fantastic concept to me, why hasn't it taken off like Krispy Kremes at a Southern Baptist Picnic (c'mon, you know it's true)?
Is it possibly because the very nature of a wiki doesn't pair well with the esoteric nature of a cookbook? Everyone has their favorite recipes, their favorite way to cook things. "Your Paella recipe doesn't have enough saffron, you idiot!" I'm going to have to agree with myself here. I don't think wiki cookbooks make sense. It would be like trying to have a wiki entry to tackle the subject of:
How are you feeling today?I hate to say this because I love me some new applications on technology but I think I'll stick with Alton and FoodTV.
I'm good, a little sore from working out but overall, good.
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