Lessons in Failure

This week I’m taking a break from sharing recipes because I want to discuss developing recipes, particularly the failures that teach. I have quite a few recipes written and ready to share. Almost every time I make one of the recipes I’ve already written, I find some small tweak that makes it a little better. This is why I’m often reluctant to share a recipe. I don’t think a recipe is ever “perfect” for everyone. I have better recipes and even the…

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