Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Is Twitter the New Face of Food?
Hey divas, as you may know, I'm a convert to Twitter, regularly posting updates on my life. Moving beyond being simply a status marker, Twitter is now evolving into its own creative platform, and some of the most exciting advancements are in the culinary arena. This month, I'm writing an article on Kogi BBQ tacos, the roving taco trucks that post their daily location via twitter, for LAX Magazine. And I've also just stumbled across a woman in Northern Ireland who reduces her recipes to the 140 characters required by Twitter (http://twitter.com/cookbook)! Now that's some fancy cooking.
So is Twitter the future of cooking? Will our lives become more and more socially networked? This Diva certainly hopes so, at least for the sake of her blog. Click here to follow The Diva on Twitter! Now I'm inspired to begin posting more details about food and wine tasting.
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There was an article in the Globe & Mail about tweeting recipes too. I actually tweeted it yesterday!ReplyDelete
Nice, I will check it out!! Can't wait to try your wings. Look amazing!ReplyDelete
Had a look at the twitter cookbook - it is a bit like knitting patterns for cooking - lots of abbreviations which take a fair bit of deciphering!ReplyDelete
I know! It certainly has its limitations. I'm looking into some "twiction" now.ReplyDelete