Search-driven cooking

Andrea Sachs at the Washington Post writes a very interesting piece on the evolution of the Google-driven recipe.

This takes culinary discovery and honorable repaste to a new level, with the search engine functioning like an uber-cookbook. As she writes, according to Media Metrix there were 33 million searches for food-and cooking.

For us, this leads to the creation of a new area: cognitive nutrition. What we eat impacts how we think and possibly how long we live. Is there a way to not just enjoy but also archive cognitive pleasing recipes?

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