The article "10 Tips from One Week as a Professional Baker" is dated today(11/9/2016) but has comments that are identified as dating back a year. I must be missing something here.
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
I've noticed the editors reprint articles of perennial (sp?) interest, sometimes with full info on previous appearance, sometimes without.
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Maybe it was also posted a year ago and then refreshed and reposted.
Chops is a trusted home cook.
At the end of the rticle, in italics, it states, "This aritcle originally appeared on September 17, 2015. We're re-running because Thanksgiving is coming (and lots of pie and baked goods)! "
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Hi! This article is re-rerun. We re-run articles we think have timely importance/usefulness. Like one of the commenters below pointed out, the bottom of the article says, "This aritcle originally appeared on September 17, 2015. We're re-running because Thanksgiving is coming (and lots of pie and baked goods)!" Every article we re-run has this disclaimer, as to avoid confusion!
um, I have a name - Chops!
Sorry, Chops! I didn't mean to not give you proper credit.
Chops et al-Thank you. .
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
Let's just say people aren't happy
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