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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    My thoughts are, if it is truly modofied, not just omiting one ingredient because you don't have it on hand, it should be fine. A lot of recipes start out as someone else's recipe. We just don't want blatant copy and paste, if we can't cite the source. Since 2LaneCruzer has been involved in something similar to this before, maybe he can tell me if I am correct, or not.
    The one that I recall, the only criteria were that it be a family recipe and that it was written in your own words. My understanding is that ingredients are not subject to copyright, but context, i.e., pictures, descriptions, names, are. I suggest that GTT run it by their legal counsel...particularly if any money is going to change hands.
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    I don't think this will have money changing hands, but rather be a free, downloadable collection of recipes. I think we will be fine, if nothing is actually copied exactly from actual recipe book, as I stated in my previous post. If photos are going to be submitted with a recipe, make sure they are your own. If I am wrong, I'll take whatever heat from it.

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    FG, how are the recipes coming along???? Do we have enough to start on the cookbook? Do we have any at all???????

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    I have a cake recipe.
    Do I PM it to farmgirl, or how do I get it to her?
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    andy b, you are the first to show an interest in sharing a recipe, besides 2LaneCruzer and myself! Try sending it to me as a PM. I have sent you a PM, in case that does not work.
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    Gonna be doing Medagliones e' Gorgonzola, and Panacotta Limone here shortly.

    Do you want pics of the carnage, or just text?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingeryote View Post
    Gonna be doing Medagliones e' Gorgonzola, and Panacotta Limone here shortly.

    Do you want pics of the carnage, or just text?
    Pics too, please! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    andy b, you are the first to show an interest in sharing a recipe, besides 2LaneCruzer and myself! Try sending it to me as a PM. I have sent you a PM, in case that does not work.
    I would have thought all those folks who have been posting recipes would have just forwarded them over to you.

    I'll admit, my real interest in this cookbook is having the recipes that have been posted on the forum in one easy-to-find location. If the gathering is going slower than expected, what if a sticky was made in the cooking forum just titled "GTT COOKBOOK". It would be links to all the recipes posted. The thread would be locked, and a mod (I guess) would have to add a new link each time a recipe was posted. Any comments on the recipe would be made in the original thread and not in the cookbook sticky. That way the sticky would remain clean and uncluttered.

    My first recipe is for Irish Chocolate Sweet Potato Cake, for anyone interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy b. View Post
    I would have thought all those folks who have been posting recipes would have just forwarded them over to you.

    I'll admit, my real interest in this cookbook is having the recipes that have been posted on the forum in one easy-to-find location. If the gathering is going slower than expected, what if a sticky was made in the cooking forum just titled "GTT COOKBOOK". It would be links to all the recipes posted. The thread would be locked, and a mod (I guess) would have to add a new link each time a recipe was posted. Any comments on the recipe would be made in the original thread and not in the cookbook sticky. That way the sticky would remain clean and uncluttered.

    My first recipe is for Irish Chocolate Sweet Potato Cake, for anyone interested.
    Not a bad idea Andy.

    Once you guys hammer out the details on how you want to do this, I can make it happen.




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    Can someone explain what I need to do, to get this to fit the scenario andy b mentioned? I would have a little time tomorrow and Saturday to begin whatever process, but I don't know what I need to do, if we are not putting this into a cookbook format. I'm game for however works best for everyone, just want to know what is needed from me. Y'all know that I am the tech challenged blonde, so help me a little.

    I've got to do the "see and be seen" thing for work on Sunday afternoon, so was hoping to get my brain working before then. I've also got a couple more recipes to share, once I know how and what. With my typing skills, I don't want to have to type them twice!

    Thanks y'all!
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