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Cooking Logs

The Case for Keeping a Cooking Log

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Many years ago I wrote several blogs about the importance and benefits of keeping a cooking log. My methods of doing a log have changed, the ease of making them has vastly improved, but the importance and benefits have not changed. This past weekend’s brisket cook reminded me of the importance and benefits of having logs of past cooks. I figured a new blog entry was in order. If you are interested in the specifics of how I used my graphing capabilities this weekend, scroll to the bottom. For a little background on the How’s and Why’s of keeping a Cooking Log, read on here. Read More...
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