These days we’re all short on time and glued to our phones looking at the latest food porn right? So if you don’t have time to plough through a big cookbook in search of what to cook for dinner tonight, then #RecipeShorts could be the answer.
Each recipe is just 140 characters long, and that includes not only the ingredients, but also the method and cooking times too. Indeed, the only thing missing is a wine paring. Obvs, like all social media posts, there’s a few contracted words and phrases; so ‘bl ppr’ is black pepper, ‘ch toms’ are cherry tomatoes, and ‘EVOO’ is extra virgin olive oil – got it?
Split into handy chapters such as breakfast and brunch, soups and salads, super-fast suppers, and simple sides, there’s more than enough inspiration for quick, easy weekday meals in minutes. Here’s some sample recipes for you to RT.
Canadian chef Andrea Stewart worked in restaurants in Toronto and NYC before becoming Food Director for three of Canada’s largest lifestyle magazines. After a moving to the UK she has worked with the likes of Sainsbury’s magazine and Le Cordon Bleu, as well as restaurant consultancy.
#RecipeShorts by Andrea Stewart. Kyle Books (May 11, 2017)