The other day we shot some footage for a cheesemaking tutorial for an upcoming #sca event, and at one point I mentioned that you didn't need a huge cheese press. I pointed at some empty plastic cream thingies and said you could use those.
A week later, here we are - tarragon in one, sage in the other. Herbs from our garden, by the way ...
I feel this pain ...
Because of you, I'm just waiting for Hades to go on sale ...
Doesn't everyone enjoy duct tape?
You are very much not wrong...
Yesterday's pizza was a mixed bag.
It tasted great, but I it was overloaded and got soggy. Also, the onions were too thick and still a little raw. Now I'm debating between pre-cooking the onions a little or running them through the cuise on the fine blade.
I mean, carmelized onions on the pizza ... right?
We've had some new arrivals to the server, so I thought I'd post a re- #introduction
I'm a #medieval re-enactor/re-creationist, active in the #sca for not quite 40 years now. In that time, I've done a little bit of a lot of things, but what stuck was combat - both heavy armoured and light rapier - and cookery. I eventually went back to school to work on medieval cooks and cookery.
I've been a gamer since before I was a re-enactor. I act and write.
I run computers to earn my daily bread.
The Long Dark game, hunting
Totally the bag! If I ever see another moose, that one can be a poncho. First, though, 120 hours of recovery time subsisting on naught but water and moose meat. And that last little bit of wolf I had left over.
So do I.
35 - mostly in the first half.
Ah! I thought I had a mackerel recipe up somewhere ...
Mmm. Mackerel is one of my favorite fish.
In the UK it is most commonly a 'strimmer'
rsync (and rsync over ssh) have the advantage that if the connection breaks it can track which files have already been transferred.
If you've got a single big file, that's a different problem.
Actor/writer/musician/UNIX guru/cook/medievalist and more. http://www.aspiringluddite.com
Medievalists and Medieval-adjacent. Sort-of.