Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
I did three recipes this week, and per food52's instructions, I simply used the name of the grain in either the title and/or in the tags. One way to check, is to type in the name of the grain, rice, bean, seed you used in the search box, and see if your recipe comes up. If it does, you should be good to go. (right Kristen? Peter?)
Thanks, burntofferings, I tried that and nothing came up. It appears on my page, though, and I did name it for contest ingredients and included hit the bulk food bins in the tags. Kristen? Peter? Help!
Hmmm - try adding "adzuki beans" in your tags and try again. It may also take a few minutes for the tags and recipes to update in the search algorithm.
I have the same issue as boulangere... my adzuki bean recipe refuses to show up under the tags...
I'll give it a try. Thanks!
Being patient . . . . . . Kristen? Peter? We need some help!
Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.
Here's what it says on the intro to the contest:
You have until midnight next Tuesday, March 22nd to add as many recipes to the site as you like highlighting any of the ingredients below (be sure to include the name of the bean, grain or seed in your recipe title so we can find it easily).
If it helps, I added bulk bean contest to my tag as well. As long as the ingredient is in the title, they'll be able to find it.
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Drbabs and Burnt Offerings are exactly right -- since this isn't an official contest, you won't see any place to enter it, but we shouldn't have any trouble locating them if you use the name of the bean or grain in the title (or tags, or even ingredient list -- all are searchable). Sometimes our search function takes a little while to update, but when I search "adzuki" now, both Panfusine's and boulangere's recipes appear, along with a few others!
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