See what you can do with Movable Type by checking out sites that are building buzz and community. This month we look at food blogs. Here are a few of our favorites:
Terry Dagrosa believes that everyone should have a "signature" dish in their recipe box that works every time... and can be used to seduce that special someone. Her Movable Type site is called Seduction Meals, and is packed with recipes, music suggestions, and tips for stoking the fires of passion with food. Find your seduction meal.
Former Chez Pannise chef and author David Lebovitz lives the "sweet life" in Paris, and just launched a new site built in Movable Type. Designed by Jesse Gardner of Plasticmind, the site displays David's posts about his experiments in the kitchen and adventures around Paris, with recipes and links to his cookbooks. Satisfy your sweet tooth on David's new site.
Simply Recipes for the iPhone
The wildly popular blog Simply Recipes has optimized for the iPhone so that you can figure out what to make for dinner - and what to pick up at the grocery store - directly from your iPhone. Get the Simply Recipes App.
Marketing Your Business with Movable Type
Last month we asked if you use MT to market your business, and you let us know that you most certainly do! One of those businesses we'd like to share with you is Ideabook, a website from Chuck Green, an author and graphic designer who markets and sells his books about design on his MT site.
Ideabook was designed by Jesse Gardner and is packed with resources, tips and tutorials for graphic designers, marketers and business owners, using clear, straightforward language. Says Chuck: "Using Movable Type has made my job SO much easier - it is at once powerful and elegant." Discover Ideabook.