Cooking without recipes can be more efficient and fun but like any skill, it requires a toolbox of techniques to pull off. My mission is to teach you these techniques through words, photos and videos that explain the why behind a techniques, not just the how. If you think of most modern recipes as an Ikea instruction manual for assembling a specific desk, my recipes are frameworks that teach you how to create any desk.
I’ve been doing this full-time for more than 12 years now so it makes me happy to hear you’ve found my work valuable enough to want to help. Head over here to see the variety of ways you can help me (they don’t all involve money).
All volumetric measurements (cups, tablespoons, teaspoons) are US based. 1 US cup is equivalent to 237 milliliters, 1 tablespoon is ~15 milliliters, and 1 teaspoon is ~5 milliliters. Mass measurements are metric because it’s easier to specify smaller quantities and most digital scales should be capable of switching. Also, there is a conversion feature in the recipe cards to switch from Metric to US Imperial and vice versa. All other measurements should be labeled accordingly.
As someone who’s made this mistake before, I know how easy it is to accidentally use all of an ingredient in one step when you actually need to divide it into two steps. Rather than have you add too much of something by accident, I’ve split up any ingredient that is called for into two different parts of a recipe.
I’m happy to try out your new product, however, I provide no guarantees that I’ll ever write about it as this isn’t a product review site. I do however work with brands I love to sponsor content. For more information, please drop me a note.
No Recipes is about making the preparation of delicious wholesome food accessible and interesting to people of all skill levels and backgrounds. If you feel this fits well with the way you create recipes and have a proven track record of doing so (such as a blog or book), I’m happy to consider it. If you represent a company, I do not accept guest posts from companies, so please see the question above for how we can work together.
I don’t do book reviews. I also travel so much it’s not practical to keep paper books. If you want to send me a digital copy of your book, I’m happy to add it to my library as a reference book. If I ever do end up using some material from it on here, I will credit you and the book.
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