Indicating Recipe Preparation Method

When I enter a recipe title in my computer, I like to indicate its method of preparation. For instance, I might do "Asparagus in Lemon Sauce, stove top". Seems a little wordy. When I think of stove, I think of both oven and stove. "Top" doesn't convey the message if recipe is shared. Any suggestions?

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Holly from Richardson, TX

December 20, 20060 found this helpful

range = stove top

oven = oven

micro = microwave

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December 22, 20060 found this helpful

Instead of putting "stovetop" on your recipe name or title. Simply put it at the bottom of each recipe. So when you bring up a recipe, you'll know to look at the bottom for which preparation. I know of my recipes, if I have something that takes little time to prepare, I put the letters "EZ" before the recipe or food title. This way when I'm wanting to prepare a dish that's less time consuming, I'll know immediately which recipes are and which aren't. Hope this helps you out.

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