Maureen Evans, the woman The New York Times dubbed the 'queen' of Twitter-shared recipes, has released the social media platform's first ever recipe book.

Maureen Evans, the woman The New York Times dubbed the ‘queen' of Twitter-shared recipes, has released the social media platform's first ever recipe book.  Containing over one-thousand recipes, all one-hundred and forty characters or less, ‘Eat Tweet' features recipes from across the globe from, “Kashgar Noodles to Biscotti, Lemon Lentil Soup to Pumpkin Pie, as well as homey favorites like Garlic Chicken and Chocolate.”

Evans has also allocated space to assist even the most novice of kitchen dwellers with a ‘kitchen tips and techniques' chapter (again using Twitter's limited word count) and even a vocabulary section for those who still battle with ‘Twitterese' web talk and abbreviations.

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