The Internet Kitchen: Edits!


The Internet Kitchen: Edits!

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My general writing strategy is to get everything down in a massive flurry, let it chill for a week or two, then go back and edit what I wrote and try to turn it into something readable.

This week I’ve been deep in editing for my first deadline on my new book. Luckily, I also have had a bunch of very helpful people testing the recipes over the last few months so the editing is going really well.

This weekend I’m wrapping it up, putting in a few last changes, and shipping it off! This is only 50% of the book and  then I have about four months to polish up the rest of it and get it out the door.

The Poll

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The Links

The Key to Flaky Biscuits – Especially in winter, I love a good biscuit with maybe some honey drizzled over it. The flakier the better right? (@ Ruhlman)

Creative Clementines – If you buy a lot of clementines, you might find that you have stacks of those little boxes sitting around. Here’s a really cool idea for what to do with them all! (@ The Bitten Word)

How to Make Pork Belly – Pork belly is tricky to make correctly because it’s just so fatty. This looks amazing though and is  a pretty straightforward way to prepare it. (@ Tablespoon)

Moroccan Carrot Hummus – I swear when I looked at this recipe I could almost smell it. Carrots have never looked so good to me. (@ Healthy Delicious)

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