A Bone to Pick, or Pick the Bone?
May 6, 2011 9:29 pm
Updated: May 9, 2011 7:24 pm
After a recent post here, at "Stevie's CrazyKitchen," I got my mind to thinking... and actually had to agree, but in reverse. Now, I simply think this "wayword wanderer" simply got a bee in bonnet, and did an oops, regarding my post, as the comment had
nothing to do with my topic... no offense taken, for sure!
The point was, "how can someone rate a recipe 5 stars, after they've completely re-written the recipe?" Conversely, if I post a recipe, and a rating comes in "low," but the commenter admits that, I doubled this, left this out, and added that...? If I do that,
do I truly have a right to leave a rating, and state that it was a "nasty" recipe, or ask, is my version terrible? CrazyCooks personal feelings are, IF you want to "rate" a recipe, at least make it once following directions, and (approx. measures.) If ya
don't like it, and tweek the recipe... you are rating YOUR recipe... Either rate the original, or just don't rate it!
I LOVE this website, and rely upon it heavily, but have neglected to "post" a recipe, or even "rate" a recipe, as I often tweak the first time out... Once tweaked, it has now become a brand new RECIPE! Good or bad rating, if you've tampered, or changed...
you are RATING YOUR OWN VERSION!
I've said my "peace," and will bid you all a wonderful day Saturday... be well, be happy, be crazy! I guess also, BE REASONABLE!