Minta Plays

More or less about new technology, science and innovations. With digressions

What I do at 2 a.m.?

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I know it must sound a bit strange and may be hard to believe, but beside all things digital and books, my other big passion is…cooking. When I can’t fall asleep after intensive day at work You would most likley find me in my kitchen, working on dacquoise torte, buckwheat blinis or some other ridicoulus thing.

Recently I have found a great new source of inspiration – a site called In a short it is a visual potluck, gathering recent posts from houndreds of culinary blogs. On a single Tastespotting page You will find around 15 images (photographers of Nigella’s or Jamie’s books should feal jealous) with names of the dish presented. By clicking on the picture You will go to the blog’s entry with the recipe.

The Tastespotting archives are searchable and You can browse the content using different filters.

For me discovering Tastepsotting has resulted not only in cardamon and pistacchio cheesecake and new recipe for cinnamon rolls, but also few new blogs added to my Favourites and a new e-mail friend from another side of the pond.

Written by Malgosia Minta

April 20, 2009 at 9:25 am

Posted in Internet, Kocham

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  1. […] W moim przypadku rezultatem szperania na Tastepsotting był nie tylko sernik z kardamonem i pistacjami oraz bułeczki cynamonowe robione według znacznie szybszego przepisu, ale także odkrycie kilku nowych, nienznanych mi wcześniej blogów, które teraz namiętnie odwiedzam oraz nowa internetowa koleżanka z LA. Bon appettit! English please […]

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