Every time I make Kung Pao chicken it turns out a little different, it is delicious every time though.

Once again I read a post about someone proclaiming their view on software design as the self evident truth.

So tired that so many people can't state something as being their experience and actually motivating that choice.

Found some plume that was half price at the store since it was close to its best before date. Plume isn't that common here but I find it really delicious.

Made some roasted potatoes and carrots and just fried the plume with some salt and pepper. Made a sauce from sea buckthorn, creme fraiche, garlic, parsley, terragon, salt, and pepper.

I'm not great at plating things to look nice.

I try to cook a nicer breakfast on Sundays. Factoring in required time, tastiness, and the amount of mess made I find scrambled eggs on toast to be the best option, what are other people having for breakfast when they have more time than usual?

The store had some nice pork bones today so I had to make some Tonkotsu ramen. Rushed it a bit so the stock could have been a bit more flavorful, but quite nice all in all.

Got through another year, I have reached level 42 now.

Had some ground elk meat so I made some patties and a pan sauce with cream. Served it with mashed potatoes, macerated lingon berries, and Swedish style pickled cucumbers.

My account at the client expired, now I'm locked out of everything and I'm not given an option to supply a new password. This is turning out to be a great day.

Waking up feeling like it's Friday and realizing that it's Thursday :blobcatmeltcry:

Had som Char Siu pork left so I turned it to a with noodles, scallions, broccoli, carrots, and peanuts. Made the wok sauce with hoisin sauce, five spice, soy, garlic, and sesame seed oil.

Last person at the office, will probably be the first person tomorrow. Not the greatest work/life balance.

Last night's dinner, slightly simplified Char Siu pork on a baguette with mayonnaise, Swedish style pickled cucumber, and coriander.

Early 40's software developer in Sweden. Avid cooker and cat wrangler with a tendency to vegetate in front of the TV.

I have a wife and two furrball cats, probably only two of those three are plotting my demise.

I came here too see if I could get of Twitter for this place instead.

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