Become the Best Boston Chef with the Help of Wireless Internet


After watching the 2009 film “Julie and Julia” starring Meryl Streep, Amy Adams and Stanley Tucci much of America thought that cooking or starting a blog could help them solve all of their problems in life. The movie is based on the best selling novel by Julie Powell. Julie Powell chronicled her challenge to herself to cook through all of Julia Child’s recipes in the book “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” in a year while blogging about it. Throughout her attempts she finds herself, success and finds passion. It parallels Julia Child’s memoirs of living in France with her husband and discovering her own passion for cooking while taking classes at the Cordon Bleu.


Inspired by both Julias, many people throughout the country tried to find their own passion. Previous to watching the films many might not have considered learning to cook. It brought new life to not only Julia Child but also the art of cooking. Many decided to take cooking classes wherever they could. At their local community college or cooking school. Some without time decided to buy cookbooks and try to learn from them and make things they never would have thought to make prior. Others began paying more attention to the various shows on the Food Network. They began Tivo’ing or DVR’ing their favorite shows and cooking along at home.


Though “the foodie” existed prior they became better known after the national interest in cooking came about. A “foodie” is defined in a few ways. One definition is a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment of good food and drink. Another definition is a person keenly interested in food especially in eating or cooking. The foodie now had a place in the world. More and more websites came into existence dedicated to cooking and the enjoyment of food. Today there are countless websites and blogs dedicated to recipe sharing and taking photos of things you have eaten that you find especially delectable. One website gaining a lot of popularity is On this website everyday you can view dozens of food and drinks items submitted by foodies around the country and around the world who have their own blogs dedicated to trying new recipes, sharing them and taking beautiful photography of it. On this website you can search thousands upon thousands of recipes and choose which you would like to try.


Many want to be able to pick up their desktop and bring it into their Boston kitchen to be able to reproduce the countless delicious recipes. Though you can’t do this with your desktop, with your laptop you can with the help of wireless broadband. You can search recipes online on Google, foodgawker or Youtube. Then with wireless internet you can pick up your laptop and bring it into your kitchen and not have to worry about walking back and forth between the computer and the kitchen or needing to write things down. If you’re a person who needs to watch the demonstration it might be best to have 4G internet because if not, you might be waiting for something to load or something may freeze in the middle which is not beneficial to time sensitive recipes. You wouldn’t want your tiramisu to fall while you wait for the rest of the recipe to load!

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