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    Two writers tell us what it takes to create a recipe anyone can follow. Not all celebrity chefs cut the mustard.

    So you have people coming over you want to impress. You dig into your books or online for that new perfect dish, shop for the ingredients, follow the recipe religiously, but when you pull it out of the oven it’s a disaster.

    It can’t be you, we know that, so how did the recipe get it so wrong?

    There’s art and skill in writing a recipe that can be replicated in the home kitchen, but not all recipe writers have got what it takes.

    Cook and writer, Kate McGhie owns something like six and half thousand recipe books, she’s won international awards for her own publications, and she knows a thing or two about recipe success and failure.

    Liz Harfull is in the process of writing a sequel to her immensely popular Blue Ribbon Cookbook - a collection of recipes awarded the blue ribbon first prize in the cooking sections of country shows.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/rnfirstbite/the-art-of-writing-recipes/4203284

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  2. Original Recipe | This American Life

    The formula for Coca-Cola is one of the most jealously guarded trade secrets in the world. Locked in a vault in Atlanta. Supposedly unreplicable. But we think we may have found the original recipe. And to see if the formula actually might be Coke, we made a batch.

    http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/427/original-recipe

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  3. This American Life: Original Recipe

    The formula for Coca-Cola is one of the most jealously guarded trade secrets in the world. Locked in a vault in Atlanta. Supposedly unreplicable. But we think we may have found the original recipe. And to see if the formula actually might be Coke, we made a batch.

    http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/427/original-recipe

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  4. Know Thyself | Team Success Handbook

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    Are you rewarding the behaviors you want to see more of in the workplace? In this episode, Shannon discusses why it’s important to focus on rewardable rather than punishable behaviors and how creating a company culture that emphasizes what’s working will enable your team members to grow, innovate, and take the risks you need them to take in today’s marketplace.

    Strategic vs. Tactical

    Are you having both tactical and strategic planning conversations with your team? In this episode, Shannon emphasizes the importance of balancing the tactical, day-to-day aspects of the business with the long-term, strategic planning needed to drive your organization toward its bigger future.

    http://www.yourteamsuccess.com/know-thyself/

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  5. Unspeakable! Episode 24: Kenneth Hite and ‘The Fall of Delta Green’ | The Unspeakable Oath

    Ross Payton interviews Kenneth Hite, co-author of Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game and the Pelgrane Press role-playing game The Fall of Delta Green. Ross and Ken talk about playing Delta Green in the Sixties in The Fall of Delta Green, and the parallels between that era and the Delta Green of the modern day.

    Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game and The Fall of Delta Green are both fully funded at the Kickstarter for Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game. Back Delta Green now and get them both as soon as they come out!

    http://www.theunspeakableoath.com/podcast/unspeakable-episode24-Ken-Hite.mp3

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