You know, you say this is stuff that doesn’t really need to be visualized, but you should take a look at the recipes on cookingforengineers.com. This reminds me a lot of the (really helpful) way the guy sums up his recipes: http://www.cookingforengineers.com/recipe/144/Smoked-Beer-Can-Turkey/trn (Click normal view to see the whole thing)
@m – i guess we all have our own ways of learning :)
Have you considered engaging an agent and exhibiting these at a New York art gallery?
@Amasa – i haven’t… although i’m flattered you think they’re good enough for something like that.
Can you send along the turducken recipe while you’re in the kitchen?
This is my kind of underload pie: http://nerduo.com/thebattle/
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