That's a good idea. However there should be a BIG sticky on the top of the forum specifying rules for the forum, AND people should stick to it. I like to help people but I hate it when someone posts a thread like this:
"I'm trying a new recipe out but I can't get the sauce to come out right. Please help!"
Guidelines in the sticky should recommend that posters make sure that they add things like the recipe itself, which step in the recipe is giving them problems, the end result that they are trying to achieve, etc. It's irritating when you have to play post-tag with someone several times just to get to the gist of the problems when it could be solved in their very first post. It takes more time to find out specifics than it does for them to do a simple search on Google.
A good example of a good post would be the one that FifthE1ement posted about the Chicken Francaise. He put in the recipes that he used, the problems he faced, and the end result of what he wanted to accomplish.
I know everyone wants to help people, but if there are posters who ask for help using questions which are ambiguous, everyone must do their part in informing them to read the sticky.
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