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I like the really long descriptions. Makes it easier to search on something. After years of professional metadata work, I have come to believe that straight description is best. Fanciful titles work well in museums. Not so good for search engines.


I agree with bt. Although clever titles will stick with a certain dish, filling Avi's repertoire with very specifically remembered plates.

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