Here we are today with some recipes that I honestly can’t even remember where all of them came from. So, it’s a good chance to show some fails. The successes I tend to remember better, so that’s good for everyone.
Sometimes, a recipe looks good in theory and even executes well, but just isn’t worth repeating. I’ve had a few of those recipes recently. The first was a garlic bread recipe from America’s Test Kitchen. I watched the video, and it looked delicious. Nothing too crazy if it actually worked as well as it said. Well, it ended up being fussier than I would like for garlic bread that tasted worse than what I usually make. Soooo, that was definitely not a keeper. I thought about trying it again, but I really don’t think it would matter.
I’m saying part 1, but that’s not because I have any current plans for a future post. I’m just allowing room, haha. Basically, I’ve been cooking up a storm this summer, but haven’t shared much of it. Sometimes because the recipes have been just so-so, sometimes because I am rushing and the pictures look terrible, and sometimes because I don’t feel I have anything to bring to the recipe (new steps, ingredients, changes, etc.). If it’s the last one, then it seems like you should just go to the original source. But, after flipping through some pictures, I realized you might like to see some of those to know which recipes to seek out, and maybe you can see some to avoid…or at least I can see some and decide to go back and play with them some more.