Who says computer geeks can’t cook?
Lifehacker.com is one of my daily reads (as it is for most every other professional in the technology sector). Every once in a blue moon, they drop something cooking related. Such was the case with yesterday’s post. Creatively named “The Lifehacker Cookbook,” you’ll find a collection of [mostly] American grub all linked up and ready to go.
Fear not my fellow foodies, the cookbook is really just a link resource to some really excellent stuff. It includes real stuff from real cooks.
Of the available recipes (which are sorted by meal of the day), my favorite is the homemade ginger ale recipe. Granted, I haven’t tried most of these recipes. The post for the ginger ale hit the web-waves just a few days ago; but, the recipe has been around for a bit. It was extracted from the Jean-Georges Vongerichten cookbook entitled Cooking At Home with a Four-Star Chef. I had a lot of luck with it; my friends and I gladly polished off a couple of batches in a single sitting.