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Port-glazed mushrooms... - Nothing to See Here

Mar. 22nd, 2009

11:44 pm - Port-glazed mushrooms...

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I posted an update on Facebook:

I got a request to share the mushroom recipe, and this was going to be an awfully long response for a comment, so I figured ... LJ post!

First of all, if you want to go to the source, check out the wonderful Cooks Illustrated. There's not many web sites I'd be prepared to pay a membership to, but it's one.

Anyhow, here's my response:[*] The recipe called for 1/4 cup of port here, and 1/4 cup while making the bacon and pearl onions which I didn't have, but I figured you really can't have too much port in a glaze, and it was a good call in my opinion.

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From:eeyore_grrl
Date:March 23rd, 2009 07:12 am (UTC)
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Sounds yummy!!! Thank you for sharing
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From:mavjop
Date:March 23rd, 2009 07:16 am (UTC)
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You're welcome. :)
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From:quix
Date:March 23rd, 2009 12:05 pm (UTC)
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As a fellow member of Cooks Illustrated.com, I have to agree! :)
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From:anemone
Date:March 23rd, 2009 12:18 pm (UTC)
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Recipes are not copyrighted, collections are.
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From:mavjop
Date:March 23rd, 2009 06:41 pm (UTC)
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I thought at least the wording was copyright.

That is, you cannot copyright a method for doing something (alas, you can patent it! evil!) but you can copyright the words you use to express the method.

So, I can make it and then write my own instructions for doing the same thing, but if I were to copy/paste the text from cooksillustrated.com, that would be copyright infringement. No?
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