Now on Twitter: Entire recipes in 140 characters or less. People like Rick Bayless and Martha Stewart have jumped on the “twecipe” bandwagon. The AP cites the Times as the source of this digital cookbook after a Diner’s Journal readers’ challenge back in April. Cooking with these cryptic recipes — One from San Francisco chef and author Karen Solomon: “450oven, grs9x9. Beat 2wrm eggs, 1Cyogrt, 1Tsgr, 2Toil. New bowl:1C ech flour, cornml, 1t bkg sda, 2t slt, 1t rzmry. Top w/shrd chedr, 20min” — is challenging, though decoding is part of the fun. At this rate, her next cookbook will be as thick as a takeout menu.
Smthg gr8 4 brkfst? Twitter’s hyper-short recipes [AP via Foster’s Daily Democrat]