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Saveur's "Recipe of the Day"

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    Posted: 21 November 2017 at 08:41
Each day, I get a "recipe of the day" from Saveur's online magazine. Every now and then, one of those recipes catches my eye; but almost every time, it seems that the recipe has been "cheffed up" to the point where I wonder if it would be recognizable anymore in its place of origin.

I understand that Saveur would want to show a nice, attractively-presented dish, but I fail to see why they would modify something with hard-to-find and/or expensive ingredients. It can't simply be in an effort to be "trendy," can it?
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Originally posted by TasunkaWitko TasunkaWitko wrote:

It can't simply be in an effort to be "trendy," can it?


I think that's it exactly. Well, maybe not "trendy" but "trend setters" if they can change a recipe to use exotic ingredients and then one of them becomes the new salted caramel, then they can say "hey, we've been using that since xyz!"
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Trend setting, Mike? Hmmmmm. Yesterday's Saveur ran their favorite savory pies as the recipe of the day.

I started my thread on that subject back in 2012.

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Originally posted by HistoricFoodie HistoricFoodie wrote:

Trend setting, Mike? Hmmmmm. Yesterday's Saveur ran their favorite savory pies as the recipe of the day.

I started my thread on that subject back in 2012.

So, there you go: Foods Of The World ahead of the curve!


I don't know that they would ever actually be trend setters, what I meant was that's how I envision them seeing themselves! LOL  Oh, and FOTW always has been ahead of the curve. A hidden gem for those that know what to look for Smile
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