how about this sentance
It was more his own dishes he made.
It was more his own ideas on the dishes he made.
The meaning of this sentence is not very clear to me. There is a comparison implied with the word more, but I’m not sure what you are comparing his ideas to. I would probably change “more his own ideas” to a different phrase to better explain what he did, and include the rest of the comparison you are trying to make. Did he choose the various dishes that were being served at a certain meal, did he make up his own recipes rather than follow a cookbook, or is this guy actually designing plates and cookware?
For the dinner party, he used his own ideas for each course rather than follow Martha Stewart’s advice.
He usually ignored the cookbooks and created his own recipes while cooking.
The used his own artistic talents more than his clients’ ideas when producing the handmade dinner plates.
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