Now thanks to 'The Real Cookbook' by Korefe, procrastinating would-be chefs no longer have an excuse to not get cooking. This edible cookbook by the German design agency has instructions written on pasta which are used to create the lasagna itself. The instructions guide you step-by-step and have you include those guides within the recipe.
The only downfall of Korefe's new cookbook is that you will have to jot down the soon to be eaten instructions on a separate piece of paper, a small price to pay for a delicious meal. Reminiscent of Kramer's 'Coffee Table Cook' from Seinfeld, 'The Real Cookbook' provides you not only with a guide to prepare a meal, but with the ingredients to the meal itself. Korefe's ingenious adaptation is simultaneously an introductory guide to cooking as well as a potential great first meal for rookies of the culinary art.
'The Real Cookbook' by Korefe Provides Some Tasty Instructions
1. Edible Instructions - The use of edible materials for providing instructions opens up opportunities for creative and interactive cooking experiences.
2. Interactive Cookbooks - Incorporating interactive elements like edible pages in cookbooks can enhance user engagement and make cooking more enjoyable.
3. Multisensory Cooking - Using materials like edible pasta for instructions adds a unique multisensory aspect to the cooking process, appealing to both sight and taste.
1. Food Packaging - Food packaging industry can explore innovative ways to incorporate edible materials in packaging designs, providing instructions or additional information in an interactive manner.
2. Publishing - The publishing industry can experiment with incorporating interactive elements, such as edible pages, into cookbooks and other instructional materials to create a more immersive reading experience.
3. Food and Beverage - In the food and beverage industry, there is an opportunity to create unique dining experiences by incorporating edible instructions or interactive elements in meals or food products.