Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 1839
It depends on where you found the recipe.
1. If the recipe was published in a book, follow the rules for citing a print source on the Cite Print tab of the Cite APA Style libguide (link below).
2. If the recipe was published on a web site such as allrecepies.com, you can follow the rules of citing a webpage on the Cite Web tab of the Cite APA Style libguide (link below).
3. If it's your own recipe, you have two options:
a. Upload it to a recipe website, and cite it as a web source.
b. You can also follow the rules of citing an "unpublished source" or manuscript.
4. If you got the recipe from a friend or family member, you can cite it as personal communication or interview.
For more information, please visit the Cite APA Style libguide (link below).
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