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How Recipe Writing Teaches Creative Skills

In her 2012 interview, author and food writer Cathy Erway notes the two aspects of the recipe writing process - experimenting and testing the recipe and then meticulously writing out the recipe. She finds the former, the testing, pushes her to experiment and iterate on what she has tasted before. Cathy Erway is an author and food writer living in Brooklyn. Her first book, "The Art of Eating In" developed from her blog "Not Eating Out in New York".
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.

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