The Sous-chef is a pretty straightforward application. You post recipes and people can view them and comment on them.
Any recipes or images you post on Sous-chef are released into the public domain.
This means that if you post something here, you relinquish any copyright, patent, or other legal chicanery that might otherwise apply to it.
Works in the public domain can be used by anyone, for any purpose without any obligation to compensate or credit the original author.
This would only be a problem for you if you were evil enough to go around suing other people for using recipes you posted on the Internet. Don't be that guy.
Sous-chef is provided “as-is”, free of charge, and comes with no warranty, express or implied, and this specifically includes the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
This means that if sous-chef becomes unavailable, or loses data, or otherwise doesn't do what you would expect, you can't hold me liable.
This would only be a problem for you if you were evil enough to go around suing application developers over something you were allowed to use for free. Don't be that guy.
In all cases the author is responsible for their own content.
This means that if you don't like what someone has written, or you think it's libelous or plagiaristic or offensive or whatever, you can't hold me liable. I'm not responsible for what people post on here. I just provide the application, other people write the recipes, take the photos and post the comments. I won't take responsibility for another person's content just because they used my software to organise and publish it. That ought to be obvious.
This would only be a problem for you if you were evil enough to go around suing application developers because some other person wrote something that upset you. Don't be that guy.