With the onset of microblogging phenomenon Twitter comes the twecipe, an ultra-condensed recipe on Twitter that tells followers how to make a drink or a dish. Users such as cookbook, tinyrecipes, twixologist, and, of course, twecipe offer up suggestions for your next meal using 140 characters or less. Although I love the brevity and simplicity of the twecipe, there's also something to be said for recipes that list detailed instructions with exacting specificity, sparing no detail that might affect your outcome. Still, I could see myself following a twecipe in a pinch. What are your thoughts about twecipes?
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