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Posts Tagged ‘cooking’

Interested In Food? Here Are 5 Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following

A lot of people get into the routine of following folks on twitter that are already ensconced in our tight circles or find and follow us, so we follow them back out of mere courtesy. In this new series, I’m going to showcase people from various backgrounds and industries to help you liven up your feed and get inspired! My aim is that by following people outside of your comfort zone, you’ll start to make art, or cook at home more or take that night course for small business management!

This week, it’s all about food.
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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @cookwithjopratt

Celebrities and stars in the food world use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause.  So I thought it would be fun to hear from the stars themselves about how they use it.

Jo Pratt is a food stylist, writer, presenter and home economist in the UK. She is the former food writer for ELLE magazine, and has been Food Editor for GLAMOUR magazine for 4 years. Her books In The Mood For Food and In The Mood For Entertaining have been go-to guides since their release.
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These Tweets Will Make You Hungry: Talking Food on Twitter

One of the worst places to be when you’re hungry is on Twitter. The relentless elation and descriptions of dishes is enough to turn a regular person into a reclusive compulsive eater or an obsessive shopper and cook.
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Twitter Recipes: Meals In 140-Characters Or Less (If You Can Figure Them Out!)

Twitter is a great platform for marketing your business, connecting with people in and out of your field of expertise and educating yourself on a variety of issues. People who love to eat and cook have taken oven a large portion of the Twittersphere and one of the newest trends is reducing a recipe down to 140 characters. Read more