A Baker Resurrects a Diabetic Cookbook From 1917 (Sort of…)

What would you think if I presented you with one of my recipes but gave you very little instruction on how to actually make it?  Say I just gave you the ingredient list and told you to put it together and stick it in the oven?  Or if I wasn’t even particularly clear about the ingredients list, if I mentioned using separated eggs, but I really only meant that you should use just the egg whites?  What if I didn’t even tell you an oven temperature at which to bake the item?  I am going to take a wild stab here and say you wouldn’t think much of me as a recipe writer.  In fact, you’d probably never visit my food blog again.  I know that I sometimes make a typo or forget to list a step in the instructions.  But on the whole, I try to write my recipes the way I would want to read them:  clearly, concisely … Continue reading A Baker Resurrects a Diabetic Cookbook From 1917 (Sort of…)