One of the simplest definitions out there comes from whatis.com: “A mash-up is a Web page or application that integrates complementary elements from two or more sources.”

Many of the recipes you’ll find on Recipe Mashups are the product of two or more other recipes or food ideas put together in a complementary way to create something new.

For more on mashups, check out these links:

Wikipedia Mashup Definition

PCMag.com Mashup Definition

Seth Godin’s Blog Definition of Mashup

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1 Response to “What is a mashup?”


  1. 1 Carlitta Harvey
    November 17, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    I made these chili rellenos with hamburger meat the other night when I didn’t have much time to cook. Peel 8 roasted green chilis and lay them out in a 9x 13″ pyrex baking dish. Sprinkle a little shredded cheese over them. Ladle fried hamburger meat on each chile and then, fold each chili over the meat and cheese. Just pull up one side of the chile, and shift the meat and cheese so it covers half the chile, then fold the portion you pulled up, over the meat and cheese so it is covered. Do this for all 8 chiles and then sprinkle more cheese on top. Microwave until they are hot and cheese is melted. A pretty fast and satisfying meal. You can add a starch and salad if you want, or quacamole and chips.


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