Liputan6.com, Sydney: one type can indeed cause problems. Because of a typo, Australian publisher, Penguin Group, must destroy cookbook. just imagine, one recipe recommends: salt and freshly ground black people are added to a single meal.
As a result, Penguin Group, destroy and reprint as many as 7000 copies of "Pasta Bible." This after typing errors found in the ingredients for the manufacture of "tagliatelle" with sardines and "prosciutto". Similarly, reported The Sydney Morning Herald, as quoted by Antara on Sunday (18 / 4).
Tagliatelle is the classic pasta of the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. Tagliatelle has a length of 0.65 centimeters up to one cm. Food that can be expressed in a variety of sauces, the classic is a meat sauce or gravy "Bolognese".
"We are ashamed that this has become a problem, and why people are offended, we do not know," said the publisher's leader Bob Sessions.
Penguins declare nearly all of the over 150 recipes in the book suggests the use of salt and freshly ground black pepper, but a printing error occurs on only one page, perhaps due to program a computer spellchecker. "When it came to the spell checker, of course they should have pulled it out, but spell-check work cookbook is a very difficult task. For me it's unforgivable," said Sessions.
he said that would be very difficult to pull the stock book. however, if one is filed complaints about the "errors" not funny ", the person will be given a new version. (ANS)