This is two halves of a part of a baguette, smeared with cream cheese with herbs and garlic, on top of which bacon, on top of which salami, on top of whish ham, finishing with a layer of Gruyere cheese.
Take that last half of a courgette you have in the fridge and cut out a ~30 degrees or so V shape to its core across the length of it. Then, take a string of thyme or two and put it across the length of the cut. Really stuff it in there, with force if… Continue reading Some Remainder of Courgette
I’m a full-blood European, born and raised. I pride myself in being more Dutch than most Dutch. Currently, as in all of my past, residing in Europe. As such I have been a subject to a long-standing, well-established culture, tradition, heritage and a large variety of social conventions and rules. I’d like to think I… Continue reading Gun Control
I should have known better and done my research in advance, buying a Canon Selphy CP910 for Lydia’s birthday. There’s no driver available for Linux, but there are drivers for the same CUPS software that Apple devices run. #fail. The printer will only take JPEG images. Not only will the printer only take JPEG images,… Continue reading @Canon, you suck.
I bought an Intel Pinnacle Canyon NUC5CPYH, a.k.a. an Intel NUC barebone, for my home network. This ships with an Intel Celeron N3050 processor, which RHEL 7.1 is so kind to tell me has not been tested. However, the installation is running fine, so I expect this will “Just Work(TM)”.
I’ve planned to tell you more about Flask. I’ve mentioned this is an application in development, and I was following my own learning curve. I have to admit I’ve outpaced my learning curve mega-tutorial series, slightly. I was planning on maybe posting one part of the mega tutorial about every week or so, but I’m… Continue reading A Flask Mega-Tutorial: Intermezzo I