Introducing RecipeHacking

1 Mar

Welcome to RecipeHacking, an occasional foray into unconventional cooking, adventurous eating, and competitive creativity

The idea is simple – each month we’ll post a recipe here at Kitchen Dancing and you – our faithful readers and fearless cooks – will tweak it, test it, re-imagine and redesign it. Post your new versions of the recipe in the comments section of the original post and the best new take on the recipe will earn fame and honor (as well as a nice little prize).

This is a contest for those of you who are constantly pushing the limits of your meals, scribbling notes in your cookbooks, improving on time-worn recipes. But RecipeHacking is not just for foodies and aspiring chefs – this is for all of us whose family put a crazy twist on an old favorite, those of us who have wondered about “secret ingredients,” or even just tasted a good dish and thought it could be a great dish.

Seek out your secret ingredient. Discover your taste for tampering.

RecipeHacking is for you.

Check back soon for the first recipe in this new series.

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3 Responses to “Introducing RecipeHacking”

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  1. RecipeHacking - Number 1 « Kitchen Dancing - March 5, 2008

    […] RecipeHacking – Number 1 March 5, 2008 Filed under: Cooking, RecipeHacking — Josh @ 10:49 am Welcome to the first installment of RecipeHacking. […]

  2. Recipe Hacking Suggestions? « Kitchen Dancing - October 19, 2009

    […] I have a few ideas for the next RecipeHacking challenge but I would really welcome your input. Is there anything you’ve been cooking lately […]

  3. RecipeHacking Challenge # 4: Thanksgiving « Kitchen Dancing - November 21, 2009

    […] you are new to RecipeHacking check out a description here and our previous rice and bean, macaroni and cheese, and pizza challenges.   Leave a […]

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