Shelli McConnell graduated with a bachelor of science in consumer food science and a minor in journalism from Iowa State University. She began her career as a home economist in the Better Homes & Gardens test kitchen before moving into an editorial position within DotDash Meredith. She has since freelanced for 25 years and has served as an editorial project manager for many books and magazines, including three editions of the Better Homes & Gardens New Cook Book. She has also developed thousands of recipes for publications including Forks Over Knives magazine; Eat This, Not That!; Diabetic Living; Better Homes & Gardens; The Magnolia Journal; and more. McConnell loves to entertain and inspire, so when she’s not in her office, she’s usually in her kitchen. Find her on LinkedIn.see more from this author
A memo from my eyeballs:
For ingredients: Using Noticeably SMALLER black font on medium green: Not a good choice for readability. And worse when critical amounts (say spices) get that fancy one-character printer’s font thing for “1/2” or “2/3rds”.
The Amounts and Names of ingredients are what’s important – and not some fancy trendy “style sheet”.
Could you give us more info on the amount of sweet potatoes to use? A weight would be very helpful. Thanks!
I live in Australia – we use grams – we used to use oz – but to convert oz to grams is as easy as going to Google and writing “oz to grams” or eg. gallons to litres, or USD to AUD, etc etc. So many areas Google can help.
Also like to get an idea about the sweet potatoes weight AND 1 14 -oz in Gram