Onedrive, Xbox One, one cross platform operation system, and now one cookbook. The 4th Edition of the Microsoft Cookbook is available now and the latest version comes in a digital version as well. While many cookbooks take a more nuts and bolts approach, the Microsoft Cookbook focuses on stories behind the recipes. Whether it’s a young man reminiscing on hunting for mushrooms with his father, or any of the other illustrated recipes, the Microsoft cookbook looks to take readers on a journey. Natasha Doyle, a senior operations project manager at Microsoft said “It’s not just a cookbook, it’s a storybook.”
The Microsoft Cookbook is a collection of recipes from around the world collected by a small team at Microsoft. It focuses on diversity and bringing people together. Ilana Bergen, the lead content strategist for MSN Food & Drink explained, “There are recipes from different countries and different tastes around the world. It brings it all together to truly one Microsoft.”
All sales of the Microsoft Cookbook go to Farestart, a nonprofit that’s program provides culinary training and placements for the homeless and disadvantaged.
The Microsoft Cookbook is available now as a tabletop but will also arrive in the MSN Food and Drink app soon. While the cooking app market has strong third party contenders including ‘How to Cook Everything’, which is still a Red Stripe deal for a few hours if you hurry, and ‘All Recipes’, MSN Food and Drink is a strong MSN app that will only gain strength with the addition of the Microsoft Cookbook.Microsoft