Today I tried my hand at clocking gammon. It worked kinda well. I'd give it a 7/10 at the most.
However, the secret to improving any form of meat is to put it in ramen, so tomorrow I shall be cooking pork ramen with slices of my gammon.
I also managed to do a load of cleaning in the kitchen, so this weekend is shaping up to be a really successful one!
This picture literally caused me to make a NSFW noise.
I have fully embraced the fact that I cannot cook to a recipe, which my wife relies on.
All of my concoctions are done off the top of my head with no rhyme or reason. This infuriates the wife to no end.
The postitive side is that every meal is unique.
@Gina It's a toss-up between pork ramen, homemade kimchi and noodles, or just a straight-up gammon roast.
I have a (free) new book out! "How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism" is an anti-monopolist critique of Big Tech that connects the rise of conspiratorial thinking to the rise of tech monopolies and proposes a way to deal with both:
Not terribly. Learning and building to stave off the horrors of lockdown.
Cooking loads though, so my wife isn't complaining!
Got to love an organisation that fully embraces the file.name, file.name.old, file.name.old2, file.name.old-MonthYear, file.name.backup, file.name.test system of version control!
these petty dictators and their rules...
Just gotta pass those STR and CON saves to struggle through!
Friday night D&D is the greatest motivator! I already have Roll20 open in a browser tab!
Amen to all of the above.
Hackers need to be more business saavy if they want to maintain agency.
Gotta hack the paper to get to keep your morals.
They don't give you extravagant perks because they like you... they do it because they are afraid you'll leave.
You have to understand how your work empowers your employer... and what they do with it.
I have consumed a coffee on your behalf, if that helps?
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