Jill Dillard, Duggar daughter and ex-reality star, recently updated her family's website and has been promoting it on social media. The content includes family photos, a blog, and a page of recipes. However, the viewing public noticed something when Jill announced a "new" recipe posted Easter weekend. The recipe, for a stuffed zucchini dish, wasn't new at all -- it existed on another website and was apparently not the Duggar family's creation. When questioned, Jill and Derick Dillard admitted to taking photos and recipes from other sites. However, the page with the recipe still denotes it, and the photo, as their property, and forbids others to copy it.
Derick and Jill Dillard recently updated their website, and the newest recipe page, for Stuffed Zucchini, includes Jill's note that she tried this recipe shortly after marrying Derick, and tweaked it until it suited her.
However, when she posted this on Instagram Saturday, Jill's social media following was quick to call her out.
"Is this a photo you took of what you made? I found the exact photo and the recipe on a website. Be careful Jill. Otherwise it could be plagiarism. Don't want you to get into trouble."