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Facebook Cookbook

Facebook Cookbook

What do you use Facebook for? If you're like me, it's for a bit of gossiping, spying
on your friends, real or virtual, maybe getting the odd story.
But one friend of mine, Petra, a Swedish artist living in the beautiful Cooley peninsula,
asked her friends to send her recipes, preferably illustrated with a drawing or
a photo. Sixty of her friends responded and this is the result - a book of
favourite tried and tested recipes from Ireland, Sweden and Spain. A much
more useful endevour than seeing how smart or sexy you are!

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LynnH12-Jun-2010 03:03
I'm not on Facebook, I don't have the time. But I must admit this recipe exchange is a good use of one's time! I think it would make an interesting challenge too!
Fay Stout12-Jun-2010 00:49
I am not on Facebook but my recipe file holds many happy memories of good food shared with good friends who have remained friends through the years. I love all that this recipe book stands for!
Neal Nye10-Jun-2010 11:23
Someone finally makes good use of Facebook. The cool colors of the image belie the the hot recipes inside. Good ideas all around!
pkocinski09-Jun-2010 21:51
Not a Facebook fan but this is a great idea!
lisamidi09-Jun-2010 21:47
What a great idea, Mairead, both: yours with this capture and your friend's idea of making this book . Could be an idea for a new challenge?
Phillip Normanton09-Jun-2010 20:57
Ahhhh Facebook - home of eternal drivel :o) At least someone seems to be able to make some sense of it!
Michal Leszczynski09-Jun-2010 20:52
Great capture and great idea. V.
Colin Storey09-Jun-2010 20:38
Great idea, I have a facebook account but don't think I have ever used it more than once. Much better idea this is.
Kevin Chester09-Jun-2010 20:21
What a great idea, I'm not a Face Book user for all the reasons you have mentioned, but this is good use of a handy social networking tool.
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