Recipe sites irk me. Many are just rubbish, either copied from somewhere or just made up. The worst are the ones that claim the recipe is an original from dear grandmother or their Nona but you know they are not because they use modern ingredients. These are just click bait to earn money from adds.
Microsoft Solitaire & Casual Games has lots of these - Mr Z likes playing. Most along the lines of “Unsold (homes, new cars etc) are almost being given away for free”
“Taking Australia by Storm…”
"(famous person) Try Not To Gasp When You See What They Look Like / Where They Live Now
Amuses me that so many “Aussie Grandmothers” have now designed Australia’s top selling bra(s). or how a 21yr old waitress who lost her job is now a millionaire, but apparently living a billionaire’s lifestyle - a million isn’t big bikkies now-a-days, and there seems a plague of them, all different women, but all with private jets, fast cars & Champaign.
Because we are on satellite it thinks we live in Sydney, so we get “New Retirement Homes in Sydney - prices will amaze you”
All Sponsored by Taboola. I don’t click on any of them.
I got fish heads and fish frames very cheaply and searched for “recipe fish heads” and got just what you mentioned. Lots of tantalising links to travel blogs, restaurants, vague food blogs, 10 best … It took a lot of drilling down through hyperlinks to finally find a RECIPE, then to find how to cut fish heads, cook & pare out into an edible product. How much income did I just generate for influencers, bloggers, etc. How much of my time did they just waste?
On the other side - I had a fish recipe book for Australian fishermen. Not one recipe or even mention of heads or frames, apart from chucking overboard.