Martha Stewart's Twitter Recipes


This weekend I was writing a post about how people are using Twitter as a marketing tactic (coming soon). As often happens I got lost in the research. This time the sidetrack was on @marthastewart. Girlfriend, did you know she's posting 140 character recipes? Before I knew it I had copied most if not all of them.

For your cooking and dining pleasure a tweet merged blog cooking post!

Sidebar: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Marketing VP feel free to "steal this idea" and post on If I were the social media diva at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia a cute twitter recipe book would be in the works complete with tweet recipes from our followers. Perhaps I'd turn it into a video cook-off contest. What a great idea Toby ;-)

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 Martha Stewart's 140 Character Tweet Recipes

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Posted by: Toby on Sep 1, 2009 2:53:21 PM

This was the brain child of @carigatto and @CarolAnnB, we tweeted about it before Martha started doing it, but I give Martha credit for taking it to a new level like only she could!

Posted by: Cari Gatto on Sep 1, 2009 6:01:36 PM

@cari - i appreciate you providing the backstory. would love to hear how twitter recipes came to be and how @carigatto and @CarolAnnB used them.

Posted by: Toby on Sep 1, 2009 6:12:18 PM

Did Martha copy @cookbook or vice versa?

Posted by: Karen on Sep 14, 2009 11:40:25 AM


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Posted by: Blog Traffic on Sep 30, 2009 11:35:35 PM

Recipes are constantly being posted to twitter and sites such as and are starting to collect them into micro cookery books

Posted by: Twitter Recipes on May 9, 2010 4:29:44 PM

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