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bullet Topic: How to Request a Recipe
    Posted: 09†Sept†2004 at 7:57pm

Welcome to CaribbeanChoice's Recipe Section.  You can use this forum to request a recipe, answer other people's requests, or simply to discuss cooking and recipes.

To Request a Recipe or Start a New Topic

  • Click on the "New Topic" button and make your request.  On the subject line, include the name of the recipe you are requesting or the subject of your post.  Please do not post the same request more than once.

To Reply to Someone's Request or Post

  • If you want to reply to a post, click on "Post Reply" and post your message.  The "Post Reply" button is only visible when you are reading someone's post.

To Update Your Request

  • If you need to make changes or add additional information, you can use the "Post Reply" button when looking at your own post to add additional information.  Please DO NOT start a new topic if all you are doing is adding to or updating your current topic or recipe request. 
  • You may also use the "Edit" button if you made typos or other errors that need to be corrected.  Use "Post Reply" if you are correcting information and someone has replied to your post.  If you use "Post Reply" they will be notified of the change, if you use "Edit" they will not*.

*Depending on whether they have e-mail notification turned on or not.

Please Note: You will need to be logged in to request a recipe or make or reply to posts.

Hopefully this will help people find what they are looking for a little better. 

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