Food entrepreneur Julie Hession reveals to her viewers how writing recipes has helped her become a more creative person. She explains that the job is actually a lot harder than people give it credit for as it is it's own art form that requires its own set of skills.
She states that you have to be meticulous in your writing, and if one isn't, she describes how easy it can be for those who follow your recipes to make a mistake. Chronology, step-by-step instructions and detailed ingredient lists are all things you have to think about when writing a recipe. In computation you can even be graded on your ability to write a good, organized recipe. In this intriguing and insightful discussion, Julie Hession shows how this form of writing is actually a form of communication that takes a creative mind to execute it properly.
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- By: John IbbitsonFeb 10, 2012