[Sca-cooks] Organizing Miscellany Recipes

Susan Lin susanrlin at gmail.com
Mon Sep 27 09:53:24 PDT 2010

How are cross posting?  It can be a pain but it would allow people to search
either by area or origin or by dish type.  I know that sometimes I'm looking
for a dish and I have no idea if where it is from but I know what it is
called (or I think I do).  Or, sometimes there are variations that are from
each region.

Just a thought.


On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 10:47 AM, David Friedman <ddfr at daviddfriedman.com>wrote:

> The tenth edition of our Miscellany is gradually getting done, and one
> question that comes up is the organization of the recipes. Currently, the
> categories are:
> Bread
> Vegetables
> Islamic Dishes I: Meat with Sauce or Stew
> Islamic Dishes II: Fried
> Islamic Dishes III: with Legumes
> Islamic Dishes IV: with Grains, Bread, or Pasta
> Islamic Dishes V: Oven Dishes and Roasting
> Islamic Dishes VI: Relishes and Dips
> Chinese Dishes
> Seafood
> Soups
> Poultry
> Meat Dishes
> Meat, Cheese and Egg Pies
> Desserts, Appetisers, Etc.
> Drinks
> Sauces
> Pasta, Rice, etc.
> Miscellaneous
> As you can see, this is a mix--mostly organized by kind of dishes, but in
> part by area of origin. Would people find it more useful if it was:
> A. Organized by area of origin, with subdivisions within each, as the
> Islamic now is. Categories would probably be European, Islamic, Indian, and
> Chinese.
> B. Organized by kind of dish, possibly with area of origin as a
> subcategory.
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