I suggest subscribing to The King Arthur Flour blog. Watch this video (embedded below) on how they use their blog to market their product. But, it doesn’t sound as humdrum as that. You can tell they love what they do.
I made French Toast using this French Toast recipe on Simply Recipes (even with the optional Triple Sec). It was delicious. I recommend.
Simply Recipes, which used to live at elise.com/recipes/, now has it’s own domain SimplyRecipes.com. It also has a slightly updated design, information architecture, and more.
One thing I did like was that when the update was announced, they had taken steps to make sure that everyone’s feed subscription didn’t go stale. However, I don’t like that both elise.com/recipes and SimplyRecipes.com are one in the same. One should forward to the other. Google doesn’t like duplicate URLs (no matter what Jesse her web guy told her).
That’d be my only suggestion.
The reason I’m linking to this site, though, is really that I’ve been using Simply Recipes to find excellent recipes for a long time and I thought I’d throw it into my suggested tag.
Source: Simply Recipes.
Fun piece in the New York Times on what makes the perfect chocolate chip cookie.
“Like the omelet, which many believe to be the true test of a chef, the humble chocolate chip cookie is the bakerâ€™s crucible. So few ingredients, so many possibilities for disaster.”
If you ask me, all you need to make the perfect chocolate chip cookie is own The New Best Recipe Book. Of course, owning this book will allow you to make pretty much anything you want perfectly. (Thanks to Larry Halff for recommending this book to me.)