Originally Posted by CarolinaQue
If you got a contract, and you're the author of the book...shouldn't you be the one writting and testing the recipes?
Also, if some one offers up a recipe, you should do a lot more than just try to make sure the person you get the recipe from get's recognized for their contribution.
Granted, I didn't get paid for my contrabution to Charbroil's book, but they had a write up about the person that contributed the recipe with each one in the book and each person received a free copy of the book.
Something just doesn't seem right here.
Who says I wasn't doing any of that? You don't know because you didn't ask.
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