Zedomax Thanksgiving DIYs – Cooking for Engineers and Paper Turkeys

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Here’s a cool site with thanksgiving howtos ranging from turkey, gravy, cranberries, potatoes, and pumpkin pies. He has a very nice ingredient chart made especially for engineers. As an engineer myself (don’t want to be), this might turn out to be a good site to get ideas on how to cook turkey.

Author of the site: (It seems his resume is more for hacking, not cooking but I think engineers are good cooks by nature, cooking and engineering are similar, sometimes you have to improvise just like in cooking and engineering…)

Michael Chu lives in the heart of Silicon Valley just south of the San Francisco Bay Area in California, United States. He has worked as a network engineer, software programmer, PDA hardware designer, computer vision researcher, and, most recently, notebook hardware application engineer. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science from the College of Engineering at University of California, Berkeley in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Besides cooking and dining, Michael enjoys photography, indoor rock climbing, and gaming (video, computer, and board games – but not gambling).

Make blog also has many articles on how to make your own paper turkey!
Check out their Paper Turkey HOWTO video, hacking paper turkey, fold your own paper turkey, and more howtos.
Bre at Make has some cool podcasts for this holidays.

3 Responses to Zedomax Thanksgiving DIYs – Cooking for Engineers and Paper Turkeys

  1. garrett says:

    This has been one of my favorite cooking sites over the years, I’ll be doing turkey pretty much the same way. Also, how could anyone not want to be an engineer?!! If I poured concrete foundations for a living no one would really care what I did at work today, unless their house collapsed.

  2. mrgeekkingster says:

    yes, this is pretty cool dude…nice cooking site, it’s got lots of stuff for a cool geek like me…

  3. diane kelly says:

    i just want to know if i had a turkey for one year is it stiil good or should i get rid of it?
    please help.

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