Do you rate/review recipes on your favorite website

@venshida (4839)
United States
March 15, 2009 8:04am CST
One of my favorite recipe website is Allrecipes. I normally try some of the recipes, and they are usually pretty good. I usually only try recipes that are five stars, but I never rate the recipes after trying. I had some fre time this morning, and I rate 3 recipes. I was wondering, do you rate or write a review on the recipes you try?
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• United States
15 Mar 09
Allrecipes is one of my favorites too! I try recipes that are four stars or over, but I am also really bad about not rating them myself. I guess I just don't think about it. Maybe if I have some free time today I'll follow your lead and rate some of the recipes there. Maybe I'll even write a review or two.
@venshida (4839)
• United States
15 Mar 09
It's awesome site. Most of there recipes are good. I wrote three reviews this weekend. I have several save recipes,and will review them after.
@thyst07 (2091)
• United States
15 Mar 09
I use Allrecipes, sometimes 2 or 3 times a week. I also get recipes from the Food Network website occasionally. I usually don't rate the recipes I use. Not only do I only use recipes that have 4 to 5 stars, but I also tend to use recipes that have many reviews- for example, if I wanted a recipe for chocolate cake and there was one with 5 stars and only 3 reviews, and one with 4.5 stars and 50 reviews, I would take the slightly lower star rating with more reviews. Because the recipes I use generally have so many reviews already, I feel like my review would be a "drop in the ocean," so to speak. But if I do try a recipe that only has a few reviews, I will usually add a review.
@roxa19 (115)
• Romania
15 Mar 09
i usualyy cook after recipes from the internet, from different blogs.it is a blog where are posted pictures on how to cook step by step. i rate the recipes that i like, and cooment on that i don't like. when i don't like some dish, i put more slat and pepper, that's my secret.