This is a recipe my grandfather used to make for me (and my cousins) when I was a child. Hopeyou like it as much as I liked it, and enjoy making fun figures and then eating them.
What you will need
3 eggs, 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 3 tablespoons of sugar, grated lemon skin (clean it before grating), or something to add flavour,
1 tablespoon baking powder,
Name one great asset to your cupboard. One you can put in a pizza, in almost every salad, you can make omelets out of it, can put over a toast and could be a side dish to almost every meal you can think of. Well, sun dried tomatoes come close to it. Tasty, nice and they smell as good you get hungry just opening the jar. Well, they are really easy to do at home, with just your oven!
Today I read through Slashdot an article from the NY Times, where they show a correlation between number of good-level research articles and consumption of beer in the Czech Republic. More beer, less articles. It is still unclear if just bad (czech) scientists drown their sorrows in beer (not all of them, of course), and there are also a lot of counterexamples. Just a bizarre article.
This made me think of a former article I read there, talking about student-advisor (as a side note, adviser and advisor are both accepted in English, amazing) problems.
Browsing old posts in Origami Tessellations, I found out about Joel Cooper’s origami masks. Here are a few examples taken from these two web pages.
They are really amazing… I hope I can learn how to do that. I’ll have to start learning something about origami tessellations, which is a thing I’ve always skipped.
This weekend I bought three books:
Bill Evans: How My Heart Sings (Bill Evans: Vida y Obra), Martian Chronicles, by Ray Bradbury (Crónicas Marcianas) and The Lebanese Cookbook (a spanish edition). I have already finished Bradbury’s, I enjoyed it a lot. A masterpiece in science-fiction. In one of its short stories there is a poem by Lord Byron:
So we’ll go no more a roving
so late into the night