The InSites Cookbook: About food, drinks and the bonds they create

Over the past years the InSites Consulting team has grown not only in total number, but also in different nationalities. Next to our offices in US, Romania, UK, the Netherlands and Belgium, we also have people from other countries joining the team (Portugese, Australian, French, German, Italian….). With all these cultures in one team, we had the idea of starting up an internal funny survey on food and drinks preferences. At first it was supposed to be a compilation of the InSites employees’ favourite recipes. But then we decided to add a bit of swag and turn it into a complete recipe book. Of course we couldn’t create a complete recipe book without making it entertaining, fun and personal, which is why we decided to involve more colleagues. At last, adding some funny quotes, a delicate cover and some smooth shiny pages made the perfect Christmas gift for all the InSites Consulting offices.
The book offers the chance to explore food ideas, comparisons, interesting fact-based articles and also to find out more about the preferences of the InSites employees. If you want to find out more about why we actually chose food in the first place, reading the introductory article will answer all your questions. Enjoy!
We do not own any rights for the food pictures associated with the recipes. This is an internal project and it wasn’t created for any commercial use. A big thank you to anacuamic.com for providing the flower sushi picture on the cover and some other ideas explored in the initial article.

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