Engineers who like to cook

Feb. 23, 2009
A common stereotype holds that engineers are purely logical, detailed-minded, and obsessesed with function. But some technical types also have a "softer" side, engoying artistic endeavors such as reading literature or building one-person airplanes in ...

A common stereotype holds that engineers are purely logical, detailed-minded, and obsessesed with function. But some technical types also have a "softer" side, engoying artistic endeavors such as reading literature or building one-person airplanes in their garages. Those liking to cook might visit an aptly named site Cooking For Engineers, the tag line of which is "Have an analytical mind? Like to cook? This is the site to read!" Recipes listed included Asian Taco, Grilled Artichokes, and Sauteed Okra with Roasted Peppers. Also included are clever engineered implements, such as a CoolCover, essentially, a lid that covers food and holds an ice pack.

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