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|Steve2 in LA||
deb, not to tell you your business but I think "Tbsp" and "tsp" might be clearer.
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Posted to Thread #18074 at 8:59 pm on Apr 15, 2010
I've typed hundreds of recipes and after trying all different variations of notation, I've found (at least for my own purposes) that there is very little confusion when you use those two abbreviations.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 18074. Am I handling giving credit correctly in my blog post? [LINK] - deb-in-MI - 3:52pm on 04/15/10 (12)
- I'm not qualified to give you an answer, but wanted to say all your recipes look great, the pictures - Curious1 - 6:30pm on 04/15/10
- Thank you, Curious1! - deb-in-MI - 7:42pm on 04/15/10
- A question: in the soup recipe, is "T" in the recipe a teaspoon or Tablespoon? [NT] - Steve2 in LA - 7:26pm on 04/15/10
- Thanks, Steve2 - I just fixed that... - deb-in-MI - 7:39pm on 04/15/10
- deb, not to tell you your business but I think "Tbsp" and "tsp" might be clearer. - Steve2 in LA - 8:59pm on 04/15/10
- By Jove, Steve 2, I think you are on to something - deb-in-MI - 10:48am on 04/16/10
- Deb, I don't think I know the answer to your question either. As far as I am concerned... - Barbara in VA - 4:33pm on 04/16/10
- I don't look for credit either. I DO, however, look for leftovers. I'm just sayin'. [NT] - Steve2 in LA - 6:48pm on 04/16/10
- hear hear, that soup looked so beautiful! [NT] - Heather_in_SF - 4:05am on 04/17/10
- In my humble opinion.... - SallyBR - 9:13pm on 04/16/10
- Deb, I would say it is OK to use the name, since they are our public names. - Joe - 2:42pm on 04/18/10
- heehee---I was reading fast and read "public enemy" in your subject - AngAk - 2:14am on 04/19/10