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Are questions on alcohol beverages allowed?
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Questions related to food and wine, possibly other beverages, do go together. As such. I see no potential harm in asking specific questions, regarding this pairing. The problem is, what constitutes '...

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Food and Cooking logo?
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4 votes

I don't believe there's any harm in discussing the logo, certainly, if anyone has any designs they wish to put forward, I would be very interested in seeing them.

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What about creating a glossary of cooking terms in english?
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One thing to consider, Which English are you going to use, as there are numerous differences between US English and British English, with regard to cooking. Not least of which are measurement ...

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Standardized Units?
3 votes

It would be very useful to have the the values converted 'on the fly' so to speak, not only for temperatures but for Imperial to metric and vice versa.

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Beta: public or private?
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1 votes

I wasn't quite sure what to make of the email either. According to area 51, there are still two more days of private beta. In the same batch of emails, I also received one for gaming.stackexchange....

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Horse / dog / pet preparation questions
1 votes

I agree with random. In certain cultures preparing Fido as the main course, is right up there with snake and chickens. I appreciate it may affect some peoples sensibilities but it's the nature of food....

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Are we about serving, or just cooking/food preparation?
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My thoughts: Is the subject of "serving" food relevant to a cooking Q&A site? The word "Serving" is really not the most appropriate term for the subject matter you have presented. It's simply ...

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Questions about cooking terms / vocabulary.
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There are the beginnings of a glossary here Cooking terms glossary I'm not sure it's scope is quite broad enough to answer all of those types of question, but It's still early days. There has been a ...

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How should we handle "I was following recipe X, but Y went wrong, how to avoid the problem?" questions?
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Wouldn't this kind of question be likely to generate numerous, probably subjective, answers based on peoples own personal notions about how any given recipe should be followed and in the case of ...

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Suggest a domain name.
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The term 'hob' seems to be generic enough to eliminate any confusion. offthehob.com

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