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10 Asian finger foods perfect for Super Bowl Sunday. @norecipes

With game day just around the corner, I’m guessing I’m not the only one looking for snacks that don’t require utensils. Whether you’re rooting for the Seahawks or Patriots, here are some savory Asian snacks to spice up your Super Bowl Sunday. 1. Spicy Chicken Lettuce Cups Let’s face-it, Super Bowl Sunday is not a […]

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Guacamole Video

29 Jan 2015 02:29 pm
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Posted by Matt

Hi friends! Happy 2015! I almost forgot to share this quick video I made with my bff Gaby! I’ve been dabbling with video lately, there are a few things I’m excited to share when I can, but in the meantime this should be a tasty kick off for Superbowl, yes? As always, you can find some deliciously brilliant recipes at What’s Gaby Cooking, and three words: Parmesan Pretzel Knots. Yes, please.

 

Gaby Guacamole Master 15 seconds final from Matt Armendariz on Vimeo.

Farro Pudding

29 Jan 2015 02:45 am
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Posted by Marc

Farro Pudding

This whole-grain take on a classic rice pudding is not only more flavorful than the original, it’s also loaded with fiber and minerals, so you don’t have to feel quite so guilty when you inevitably go back for seconds. Head over to PBS Food this week to check out my full post and recipe. continue […]

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Kung Pao Chicken

25 Jan 2015 05:29 am
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Posted by Marc

Kung Pao Chicken Recipe

Unlike many Chinese-American favorites, which were invented by resourceful Chinese immigrants, Kung Pao Chicken (宫保雞丁) is a Sichuan classic that can be enjoyed to this day in China. If you’re expecting the mild vegetable and chicken stir-fry suspended in a sweet gravy that you’d get in the US, you may be in for a surprise […]

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Poll #16373 Hammer Dracula Deaths
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 13

Which is the most ridiculous hammer Dracula death?

Burnt by daylight after Peter Cushing leaps for the conveniently placed Curtains of Doom (Dracula - 1958)
2 (15.4%)

Running Water in an icy moat (Dracula Prince of Darkness)
0 (0.0%)

Being impaled on a massive pointy cross (Dracula Has Risen From The Grave)
1 (7.7%)

Hallucinating a church service after seeing a couple of crucifixes (Taste the Blood of Dracula)
5 (38.5%)

Being struck by extremely convenient lightning (Scars of Dracula)
0 (0.0%)

Impaled on a cartwheel (Dracula AD1972)
1 (7.7%)

Falling into a grave full of spikes and being whacked with a shovel (Dracula AD1972 again)
0 (0.0%)

Trying to walk through a hawthorn bush, getting stuck, staked, and having his ring blown through by The Cush (Satanic Rites of Dracula)
4 (30.8%)

Tripping up and falling onto the pointier end of The Cush's spear (The Legend Of The Seven Golden Vampires)
0 (0.0%)


Myself, I'm going to find this one REALLY hard to answer, but I love them all. Except maybe Scars, which has too much Dennis Waterman & not enough not-Dennis-Waterman

Chicken Teriyaki Bowl

20 Jan 2015 11:56 am
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Posted by Marc

Chicken Teriyaki Bowl

Making a quick lunch is easy enough, but making a quick lunch that’s truly delicious is an entirely different matter. This week over at PBS I’ve written about one of my favorite quick lunches: a chicken teriyaki bowl. With less than a handful of ingredients and cooking time in the single digits, it sets the […]

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A trip down to the south coast to visit my parents turned out to coincide with the 2014 Bexhill Motocade, so we went for a stroll around, and I took some photos of some motorbikes. There were a lot of bikes.

And then some more bikes.

Samples )

The full gallery is here.

noma Japan

18 Jan 2015 10:56 am
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Posted by Marc

Chocolate Coated Mushrooms at Noma Japan

Those of you who have been reading this blog for long know that I don’t do many restaurant reviews. But it’s not everyday that I get a chance to eat at the Best Restaurant In The World, with food prepared at the hands of one of the most influential people in the world. So here’s […]

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Hello, Dreamwidth! Greetings from glorious Auckland, NZ, where we've been for this year's linux.conf.au. (It was a great conference! But then, it always is.) We decided to sneak in a code push while we were here, since we were in the same place and code pushes are always more fun when you can yell across the room when something breaks.

Behind the cut:

* Development
* Responsive-design conversion
* Reading page: custom colors for accounts going away
* Quicker Reply: reply from your reading page
* Warnings when you don't keyword an icon
* The country list
* SSL Everywhere


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