I'm fascinated by PW's naming of the recipe, "Knock You Naked Brownies."
That's pure genius!
Maybe PW is talented in finding recipes and testing them, documenting them in an interesting way and then blogging them.
That's a talent!
I'd feel great if I could accomplish even 1/100 of what she does. I'll wait until the lawsuit before I have anything negative to say about PW, and I'll be surprised if that day ever comes.
I just googled another PW recipe that I recently posted on this forum, "Crash Hot Potatoes." (google link
) What did PW do wrong? She documented her own vision of Crash Hot Potatoes. She didn't steal it from anybody unless she copied their words. I didn't see any claim that she invented the recipe.
Originally Posted by Linguine
Not sure if you guys are aware of it, but there's all sorts of buzz on many different internet sites about The Pioneer Woman plagiarizing recipes. This brownies recipe in particular appears to have been lifted out of a cookbook from Ree Drummond's home town of Bartlesville. The Marlboro Woman website has photos and more info. As for her cookbook, those recipes for the most part have been lifted and no sources were credited. Very bad form in my opinion.
I'm sorry you made this your debut post. You would have been better served to have posted something positive.