The Tweet Pie Book Offers Succint Recipes in 140 Characters or Less

By: Jordan M - Published: Mar 16, 2011 • References: belling & shinyshiny
Crowdsourcing via social media is a useful method for creating innovative products, but the upcoming Tweet Pie Book takes this approach to a whole new level by also challenging its contributors with a 140 character limit.

Currently being compiled out of Twitter user submissions, the Tweet Pie Book will feature thousands of succinct crowdsourced recipes in an easy to read (though possibly quite harder to understand) format. The remarkable book is being created with the aim of helping a charitable food organization known as FoodCycle which helps feed those suffering from poverty via surplus food from major retailers.

In order to submit your own 140 or less recipe to the planned book, you can visit the Tweet Pie Book website. Stats for Twitter Cookbooks Trending: Older & Chilly
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