Lucky Dip – Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

We happily pay for cookbooks and food magazines – so why do we expect recipes to be available for free online? One woman stands up and asks to be paid for her work developing recipes and gets hit with a tidal wave of backlash. Seriously people, the internets isn’t going to be free forever. [Will Write for Food]

What’s that? Your life is inconvenienced and you have to cook on a hot plate while you renovate your dream kitchen? Boo hoo, life is so unfair to you! [Globe and Mail]

And a reminder – the big fancy kitchen won’t necessarily make you a good cook. [Toronto Star]

Coffeehouse rules – draconian or logical? (Seriously, pre-ground coffee is a bad thing.) [Village Voice: Fork in the Road]

5 things you probably don’t want to hear from your restaurant server. [Eatocracy]

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