I vote for taking foodpickle off twitter. It may not be the best solution, but it's hard to find the real questions here. And what a shame, because foodpickle can be a great resource for real questions and real answers from this amazing community. Either the questions are inane, I won't provide examples, or are so general they defy an answer.
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Hi there. Foodpickle isn't a recipe data base. Just a cooks' resource for emergencies and issues that crop up during cooking or meal planning. Use food sites to search for recipes. The host site here has member recipes you can search:
Please make it better...this place has too much going for it to be ruined by this!
Just scroll past those. We shouldn't just be talking to each other because this is still a resource for the casual visitor who needs help. But at least you would be filtering the tweet wanks.
There has got to be a solution. Let's all put our thinking caps on. Any techno geeks out there??
I feel like forwarding ALL the foodpickle tweets back at @TheGadgetShow. But I know, I'm not in high school, so that's probably not the most mature thing to do. Seriously, can they post a message or something on their site to tell people to stop? It's painful, almost.