A little history: the primary reason my food blog exists is so that I can remember what I made when and where I got the recipe. I like having one place for notes and changes I made, plus the ability to search electronically.
When I make something that turns out really horribly (because of something I did wrong, not because of a defect in the recipe), I usually don't blog it. But really, it's good to have a record of what went wrong for future reference.
My friend Amy (Not As Good As Pork Cracklins) and I started a blog just for these special occasions. It's been fun to document the disasters - because sometimes things turn out so bad, it just becomes funny.
Our site is Kitchen F#!% Ups.
What does everyone else do blog-wise when things don't turn out as planned?
This Post was written by Sheri from Pork Cracklins