Eight weeks of my internship with Allrecipes have passed and as I was sitting in my room in Warsaw I looked on that time with statistical approach. I want to share with you some information I found interesting
During those eight weeks I gathered 869 recipes, which means that average collection per week equals 108.6 recipes. Taking into account 56 days in eight weeks the average collection per day was 15.5. Have I worked on weekends?
Well, even if I had, it was not definitely my intention. So let’s assume that we should analyze the working days only. 8 weeks times 5 working day per week equals 40 work days, which means the average collection per day is 21.7. What about collection per hour?
40 days times 8 hours equals 320 work hours.
If we divide 869 (total number of recipes gathered) by 320 (total number of work hours) we have 2.7 recipes gathered per hour. Collection of 1 recipe on average took me 22 minutes and 13 seconds
If I maintain the run rate I should end my internship with 1086 recipes after 10 weeks.
How about pictures? In those 8 weeks I gathered 554 photos of recipes, which is 63.7% of total gathered recipes.
From all of the people that shared their recipes, absolute, unquestionable winner with highest number of recipes gathered is elaiwlodek who submitted 259 recipes
If it would be an Oscar ceremony I would gladly say that all of this wouldn’t be possible without the support of my family and all of many people in Poland, for which I’m very grateful.
I was also curious to find out more about the habits and culinary preferences of Poles in order to figure out together with Allrecipes what are the needs and expectations of people in Poland. So we created two surveys that analyzed
- rate of eating and cooking at home per particular amount of time
- preferences in regard to cuisine
- preferences about Allrecipes.pl site
- how likely on a specific scale people look for recipes in particular categories i.e in culinary blogs
or in magazines
- and many others
Data from this survey will provide us with very valuable information.
You will be not surprised if I say it’s a great adventure and fun to do it
As always something to fill our stomach
I ate this delicious cake in my friend’s house, it was so marvelous that I thought you cannot be left alone without knowing this simply melting in the mouth taste, enjoy!
Cold cheesecake with fruits
6 cream cheese
1 fruit jelly
400g of seasonal fruit (blueberries, gooseberries, etc.)
2 tablespoons of gelatin
1 packet of biscuits
1. At the bottom of the form arrange biscuits,
2. Mix Cream cheese with gelatin, pour the cheese on the biscuits and put it into the fridge to solidify
3. Melt the jelly in hot water and leave to cool
4. Pull out the dough from the fridge, arrange the fruit, pour the jelly and leave.
5. Put the cake into the fridge for an hour
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