- 1+ onion, diced
- 0+ red bell pepper, seeded and diced
- 2+ tbsp of prepared garlic
- 2 tsp paprika
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1/4 tsp chili powder
- 1 28-ounce can of whole peeled tomatoes
- 6 large eggs
- salt and pepper, to taste
- 0+ fresh or prepared cilantro, chopped
- 0+ fresh parsley, chopped
- 0+ feta
- fry up onion and garlic until they start to brown
- add spices, pepper and tomatoes and simmer
- break up tomatos with a potato masher or similar so they are not too big but still have some texture
- make a hole for each egg and crack the egg into the sauce
- cook with a lid for 5-8 minutes depending how you like your egg
- Add feta, cilantro and parsley
A friend shared a nice cheese with me a little while ago: Tête Dure. It’s a fairly firm cheese, full of flavour. I have looked for it in stores here, but have not found it. Her dad had brought it from Montreal, so maybe it’s not available here. I’d buy it again.
I use masking tape a lot to label stuff, tack stuff in place mark a spot when measuring. And of course for masking.
This amazing large scale collaborations has been going on for 15 years, so I am organizing a get-together of Winnipeg Wikipedians. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Tenbergen/Wikipedia_15 for more info!
Last March I went to a presentation at Lyncrest Airport on electric transportation in cars and, more unusually, airplanes. I arrived a bit late and most people had already arrived. I noticed that an unusually large proportion of vehicles were backed in.
I am a big fan of backing into parking spots. You can maneuver in smaller spaces when the steered wheels are able to move rather than being constrained by being already in the narrow spot. You go backwards into the space where not a lot is going on, and when you need to leave and join traffic you are going forward where you can see. I can’t think of any disadvantages. Yet, the majority of people don’t. I don’t really understand that, although I can think of a few snarky comments.
It made me wonder what makes this crowd different. I think I asked a few people, but no one else seemed excited about this.
Canada has a law that can put you in prison for blasphemous libel. The definition of blasphemy includes “irreverence toward something considered sacred or inviolable” and “the act of claiming the attributes of a deity”.
So, apparently they could lock me up for saying “Holy me!” if a trier of facts considered that blasphemy and I were not, in good faith, attempting to establish an argument that we would be better off without this law.
I hot glued the pebble to a piece of board to have a reference surface to run against the fence on the tile cutter. Used a diamond bit on a dremel to drill the hole.