- Dijon mustard, 1 tablespoon
- Cider vinegar, 1 tablespoon
- Extra virgin olive oil, 2 tablespoons
- Salt + pepper
- Take a jam jar.
- Stick in all the ingredients.
- Shake well!
I love tacos.
The aforementioned purple carrots have turned the chicken casserole a deep shade of purple — will be a spectacle when served.
I bought some fantastic purple carrots from Borough Market this afternoon.
Once you’ve roast a chicken using the spatchcock method you won’t go back: it’s oven space efficient, cooks evenly for juicy meat and yields delicious, crispy skin.
BBC Sound Effects – 16,016 sound effects and field recordings from the BBC Archive available to listen/download, licensed for personal, educational or research purposes
Maybe a good resource for sampling.
noreply email addresses are terrible.
The one progress bar you’d rather see go slower.
I’ve used Flickr daily since ’04 and I’m glad that it’s getting a new lease of life rather than languish in obscurity.
SmugMug CEO Don MacAskill told USA TODAY he’s committed to breathing new life into the faded social networking pioneer, which hosted photos and lively interactions long before it became trendy.
I am excited to see an independent company that cares about photography and has a long-term sustainable business model become a steward for Flickr. We need open, indie social platforms more than ever on the web right now.
I like this!
Glad to see that @flickr found a good home at @smugmug! Happy to help if I can Don! 😀
Algorithmic Sheriff Memes For Fun and Profit(?)
This made me laugh — made with Cheap Bots, Done Quick.
Yesterday was an excellent Tuesday!
Borough Market is buzzing today!
Social media is as compelling as ever, but people are increasingly souring on the surveillance state Skinner boxes like Facebook and Twitter. Decentralized media like blogs and newsletters are looking better and better these days…
Tugboat crews routinely encounter what few of us will ever see. They easily read a vessel’s size, shape, function, and features, while deciphering at a glance the mysterious numbers, letters, and symbols on a ship’s hull. To non-mariners, the markings look like hieroglyphs. For those in the know, they speak volumes about a particular ship and also about the shipping industry.
This is how I bake a potato.
Second day of WordCamp London!
Finally on the way to WordCamp London!