140 characters, 140 celebrities, recipes for every occasion

Written by
Jane Travers
Foreword by
Marco Pierre White
Tweet Treats

Packed with tasty, quick recipes that actually work, all contributed via Twitter and less than 140 characters long. Worldwide contributions, including from many high-profile celebrities. All royalties to Medicins Sans Frontiers.

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208 pages
150x110 mm
Category Food and Drink

Foreword by Marco Pierre White

Tweet Treats is a recipe book with a difference - all recipes fit into one ‘tweet’ of up of 140 characters!

Conceived on Twitter, the book is a collaborative project, containing recipes tweeted by people from all over the world, including many celebrities - authors, journalists, musicians & TV personalities. Packed with tasty, quick recipes that actually work Tweet Treats is ideal for food lovers who are short on time: it’s the perfect book for the modern cook!

All royalties to Medecins sans Frontieres, a global charity which can be compared to Twitter in the immediacy of its response.

Some tweets from contributors about the book:

  • ‘... more power to your cook book - well done you! Christine xx’
    @brit_battleaxe aka Christine Hamilton, Television presenter, journalist and self-styled "Media Butterfly"
  • ‘...good luck with your great project, Heather’
    @heatherofficial aka Heather Mills, English Charity Campaigner and Former Model
  • ‘tweettreats are my kind of cooking - 140 characters or less! :oD’
    @loreleiking aka Lorelei King, Actress (Cold Feet, Notting Hill, Emmerdale, Chef), audiobook narrator, voiceover artist, writer.
  • ‘when's the recipe book coming out? stop blethering you flibertigibbets. did i mess that up? :)xoP’
    @PaulaAbdul aka Paula Abdul, American pop singer, dancer, choreographer, actress and television personality. Judge on American Idol & X-Factor.
  • ‘...all the best with your charity recipe tweets book for Medécins sans Frontiéres’
    @SarahBrownUK aka Sarah Brown, Mother and charity campaigner, married to former PM Gordon Brown
  • ‘...good luck with the tweettreats! ;-) ‘
    @Tracy_Chevalier aka Tracy Chevalier, award-winning author of The Girl with a Pearl Earring and others

Jane Travers has a BA in English and an MA in Film Studies, both from UCD. Follow Jane on her blog as she collects twitter recipes, on 'Jane Obsessed with Jane', (which was shortlisted for the 2010 Irish Blog Awards in the Newcomer category), or on Twitter @janetravers where she now has almost 2,000 followers.

'In Tweet Treats it will take you less time to read the recipes than it would take to pour yourself a glass of wine! This book really is the love of food pared down to its bones; simple recipes, delicately expressed ... just as you would convey a recipe i

Marco Pierre White

'cute and clever little book'

'A stunning book; clear, concise, useful and funny.'

The Irish Examiner

'it’s a cute stocking-stuffer'

Anti Room blog

'Tweet Treats is a cute book in every sense of the word. It’s a little bigger than pocket size – big enough to read but never going to be in danger of over balancing and causing a mini landslide on your crowded worktop as you follow its simple wisdom. It

'Tweet Treats offers a fun, practical, innovative approach to rustling up something delicious ... Tweet Treats has something for everyone – be they established chef, frazzled parent, time-short celebrity, exhausted workaholic or culinary-challenged studen

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