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Nothing but "Official" recipes on your website

The_Kitchen_Guy

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This topic has been pretty well dissected in another thread, but unless you happened to open that one, you might not be aware that TPC has taken away another feature of our personal websites. Here's my post from that other thread:

Read it and weep.

If you didn't happen to read it, here's the official word:

TPC Weekly Bites 2/21/06 said:
You may copy and paste recipes onto your Personal Web Sites from four sources:

1. Those found under Products, Etc. on the corporate Web site. This includes recipes from Product Use and Care Recipe Cards and the monthly featured recipe.
2. The current and previous season's Season's Best Recipe Collection, which include the theme Show recipes, found under Products and Recipes on Consultant's Corner.
3. Archived issues of Consultant News and Weekly Bites found under Managing Your Business and News You Can Use on Consultant's Corner.
4. Finally, any recipes printed on promotional flyers found under Consultant Incentives on Consultant's Corner.


Well, so much for posting my recipe for Kickapoo Joy Juice.*

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The_Kitchen_Guy

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Kickapoo Joy Juice

* - Alright, alright, alright...Thank You All! Instead of answering all the messages I'm getting, here's the open reply to everyone who wrote to me!

It's an old joke - I'm showing my age, I guess. Kickapoo Joy Juice was a concoction brewed up in the fertile mind of Al Capp when he drew his comic strip, Li'l Abner. It was brewed in Dogpatch, U.S.A. at the Skonk Werks by characters named Lonesome Polecat and Hairless Joe.

Kickapoo Joy Juice

There is a rumor that someone is marketing a product (licensed) under this name, but I haven't been able to find it.
 
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The_Kitchen_Guy

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Did you get the message today?

An e-mail from TPC today says they are revisiting this issue. No changes are required in our websites at this time.


I think that answers the question of whether or not HO monitors this site. ;)
 
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