[Tastebridge] Hacked food videos for CHOW.com
rikke.c.rasmussen at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 11:27:54 PDT 2011
We should do this! It's a brilliant opportunity to promote Taste- and
Noisebridge, and bound to be lots of fun. Anyone up for a CHOW planning
meeting Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday next week?
Primary candidates IMHO would still be:
Rosanna's insect pizza
Sean's hacker cake
Kathryn's vegan hacking
I'll help out with all preparations, organization, shopping, set-up, etc. as
needed - all you have to do is show up and cook =)
2011/6/24 Mitch Altman <maltman23 at hotmail.com>
> The CHOW Tips video people are still very interested in doing videos at
> Noisebridge of people cooking what they love -- whatever it is. And it looks
> like they are fine with experimenting with the process to suit the needs of
> each person.
> I wrote saying that there were people who are interested, but don't really
> know what they'd like to present, specifically, and Lessley wrote back
> > Mitch, totally understand that people don't have tips per se, but are
> just interested in cooking.
> > Sometimes it can be a little hard to think up what the tips are if you
> are just doing it on your own.
> > I think maybe when we can come by Noisebridge to talk with your crew it
> will jog something.
> So, if anyone is into this, plesae let me know, and we can find a time for
> these folks to get together with us at Noisebridge.
> For those who didn't see their original email to Noisebridge, here are a
> few examples of their videos. They are all 30-sec to 60-sec (which is what
> they'd like to create for NB people cooking what they love):
> How to use your wok as a smoker
> How to bake brownies in an orange
> How to hack your slow cooker
> How to clean a rack of lamb with a string
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