The Exactness of Some Recipes… Or not

So, here I am.  I’m supposed to be reading about soil science right now.  Or organic vegetable production.  Or botany.  Or pastured poultry.

I’m a wee bit burned out, though, so instead I’ve been sat here looking at old recipes I found in the kitchen.

I can call this “work” because I work in a restaurant.  So, it isn’t just me wasting time.  Right?  Right.

Anyway, I always thought the whole purpose behind a recipe was to convey the exact specifications to create a desired result with food.

In this case, though, not so much.

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So, as you can see, this calls for “right much” of onions.  And salt.

Also, you “stuff packet with junk, wrap in cloth, and cook”.

Who needs times or temperatures?

 

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