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    Question Categories of Recipes

    Should the recipe forum be divided into subforums (for the purpose of categories of recipes)?

    If so, what should the categories be?


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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    I would think the subforums would be good as things like
    Desserts
    Breakfasts
    Entrees
    Quick Meal Ideas
    Appetizers/Snacks
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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    Thank you AlaynaJ

    Any other suggestions on if/how we should categorize it?

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    Post Re: Categories of Recipes

    Breakfast
    Appetizers / Snacks / Fruits
    Salads / Soups / Breads
    Meats / Casseroles
    Vegetables / Side Dishes
    Desserts
    Last edited by snowangel; June 9th, 2009 at 07:54 PM.

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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    How about just two categories:

    Healthy
    Unhealthy

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    Hi Yes I would say to divide is categories but additionally to indicate healthy or unhealthy some of us are trying to take a few extra pounds off that we gained from baby weight that is not so easy to get rid of after the 2nd 3rd and 4th child yes I said 4th and I would not change them I have the exceptional kids and thank Jesus for them and a loving and supportive husband helps.

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    [quote=snowangel;68251]Breakfast
    Appetizers / Snacks / Fruits
    Salads / Soups / Breads
    Meats / Casseroles
    Vegetables / Side Dishes
    Desserts[/quote
    This sounds like a good Idea. I agree with Snowy. I was gonna say the same thing.
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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    So where would my whole grain organic pure-peanut peanut butter sandwich recipe fit in, if those are the categories?

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    Post Re: Categories of Recipes

    Breakfast
    Appetizers / Snacks / Fruits
    Salads / Soups / Breads
    Meats / Casseroles
    Vegetables / Side Dishes
    Desserts
    Healthy / Organic
    Quick & Easy

    something like that lol?? You can change it up however you like...8 or 14 groups?
    Last edited by snowangel; June 10th, 2009 at 10:15 PM.

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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    Okay.. only thing is, there should not be any duplicates... each recipe/post should go into just one category.. so there shouldn't be a lot of overlap between categories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoboOp View Post
    So where would my whole grain organic pure-peanut peanut butter sandwich recipe fit in, if those are the categories?
    Hippy Food
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    hahaha....yea hippy as in hippy.....and hippy as it makes ya hips big

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    How about this:

    1. Healthy
    2. Not so Healthy
    3. Artery Clogging
    4. "Quick, call the hospital, I'm having a coronary!"
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    So, I can share my awesome recipees on here?
    Does Snickerdoodles sound good?

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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    Maybe a heap of food categories wouldn't be soo important but you could just have a few very general ones as well as categories for posts that don't contain recipes

    Savory
    Sweet
    Special needs
    Drinks
    Questions, Tips and requests
    General cooking chatter

    or soemthing.

    Just a thought

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    How about

    Meat (For all recipes with meat as the main ingredient)

    Bread (For all recipes with bread as the main ingredient)

    Vegetables (For recipes with vegetables as the focus)

    Desserts (Sweets...woot)

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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    Do you think there should be some recipe categories for people with major food allergies? (example: Wheat, Milk...that type of stuff.)
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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSoccerDude View Post
    So, I can share my awesome recipees on here?
    Does Snickerdoodles sound good?
    lol I just saw this. But you'd be able to put your recipes on here. This is what the forum is for I bet people would love a Snickerdoodle recipe
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrokenAndBeautiful View Post
    How about this:

    1. Healthy
    2. Not so Healthy
    3. Artery Clogging
    4. "Quick, call the hospital, I'm having a coronary!"
    Agreed... So, Most of my recipes fit into category 4...

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    Default Re: Categories of Recipes

    mmmmm BACON!! I love bacon.... I love God, I love bacon, I love God I love bacon.....LOL Jk... Can't you tell I am bored...LOL... How about a good clean jokes forum.. I got lots of them... ok Imma getting off this thread...lol.... love yall
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