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Delicious, tantalizing postcards from Tasty Cards!

In Cooking At Home, Foodie catnip, Product Review, Recipe on 21 September 2011 at 12:43 am

What can I say? I love to photograph food and I especially like to see food platings and cafe settings. I also like to cook and am always collecting recipes of things I want to try at home. How do I satisfy this hunger even more and include mail into the mix? Enter Tasty Cards. I found out about this cool website when I registered on Postcrossing, a postcard exchange site that is pretty spiffy. I sent my very first postcard to Russia!

Tasty Cards takes beautiful photographs of delicious recipes and includes the step by step process for you on the back of these lovely cards.

The postcards are large and even customizable via their site. Gorgeous photos of recipes in ten categories are featured awaiting your perusal! I believe these are a wonderful treat to send to fellow foodies, cooks and photograph enthusiasts and postcard collectors.

My postcards shipped from Malmö, Sweden, where they are based, and I was totally stoked about that. Who doesn’t love international mail! As you can see the cards are fantastic and quite colorful.  I can’t wait to send them out to friends who love to create greatness in their kitchen.

Check out their site and be prepared to select favorites because they all look so good and you are gonna want to order a bunch!

Tasty Cards Website

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  1. these look delicious.. :-) I do love to collect recipe cards/postcards.. I love to cook but not a good chef.. lol

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