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Simple recipe that when combined in a different order yields different food?

Developing upon a previous idea from @mroll, eggs + fat (oil or butter) has some interesting science to explore. Slowly adding oil to the yolk while whisking will create an emulsion of the fat drops ...
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Is there a term for the blending of different recipies of the same type?

Fusion is a great word for a thorough mixing of things, conveying the idea of almost welding them together. So I see what your friend means when she describes your fusing together of different recipes ...
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Is there a term for the blending of different recipies of the same type?

I don't know that there's really a name for it beyond "combining recipes" or more generally "modifying/changing/tweaking recipes." If your goal is to get the best of both worlds, then you could ...
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Simple recipe that when combined in a different order yields different food?

Egg whites and yolks. If mixed separately and then folded together you get a creamy fluffy substance. If you mix them together you get scrambled eggs
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Are there databases of source-ingredient-dish/food dependencies?

After a quick search, it seems like Sony AI and Korea University recently started developing an AI being able to predict the mixes between several flavors, FlavorGraph. I read the article and it looks ...
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Simple recipe that when combined in a different order yields different food?

If you fry vegetables and meat in oil until browned, soak up the remaining fat with flour, then add stock and simmer, you'll get a tasty stew. If you simmer meat and veg from cold in stock, then add ...
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Dirty cutlery holder hanging over glass stove lid with drip container

What you're looking for is a utensil rack with drip tray, one example here on Etsy. The design seems to have phased out of fashion, all the items I can find that resemble your drawing are labeled &...
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Cooking guide for individual ingredients (not full recipes)?

There are many different types of cookbooks, beyond the recipe collections which dominate the market, so maybe there are some guides of this type (like Willeke, I have seen books which contain such ...
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Cooking guide for individual ingredients (not full recipes)?

Older cook books were based on this principle. I have my old school cookbook and my mother has the one she bought when she was just married. Likely you can pick one up second hand, if you prefer paper ...
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Christmas turkey help (mostly organization)

You asked for any other options. I bet you could cook it all the way and safely rest it in a cooler (acting as a warmer). Finishing in another kitchen is a hassle. This leaves the oven open for ...
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Simple recipe that when combined in a different order yields different food?

Bechamel is a very typical example. If you were to just mix the ingredients in any random order and temperature, you wouldn't get a real bechamel, but either lumps or something strange. I even ...
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