So far this morning, I've managed to actually turnaround immediately a sub (usually it takes me weeks, if not months); "Monsoon Day" came back from Threepenny Review with some kind personal words -- it's out to Iowa Review now. Cleared the counter, tossed out a pile of trash, dealt with some backlogged SH stuff, edited a bunch of recipes. Hey -- if you were test-cooking recipes for me but somehow didn't make it over to the yahoogroup, please let me know! I'm putting together the acknowledgements page, and I'd also like to give all my test-cooks a discount on the book, if they want to buy it. They're making it *such* a better book, I can't tell you. It's amazing how many cooking things seem clear to you when you're cooking but really aren't clear to anyone who hasn't actually eaten the dish.
I'm thinking of putting together a web supplement to the book -- we can't afford to print color photographs in the book, but I could easily put them up online and just point to them in the book. What do you think? Helpful? Too goofy?