Well, that's what Pasta alla Puttanesca means. It's quick and easy and you can make with ingredients you probably have on the shelf, perhaps between clients. This version comes from Ed Giobbi's Eat Right, Eat Well -- The Italian Way, and our copy is tomato-stained and falling apart.
Vermicelli alla Puttanesca
4 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon safflower oil
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
3 whole salted anchovies, washed, spine removed, and
Or, as they're officially known, Bifteck Haché à la Lyonnaise. They really don't take a lot longer than ordinary burgers, especially if you don't have to take time to fire up the charcoal grill. And they are delicious (but very rich).
¾ cup finely minced yellow onions
2 tablespoons butter
1 ½ pounds lean ground beef
2 tablespoons butter, softened
1 ½ teaspoons salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1/8 teaspoon thyme
½ cup flour, spread on a plate
Last week Mark Bittman had this recipe from Maria Batali in the Sunday New York Times Magazine. We tried it out this past Saturday, and boy! it was good.
Spicy Shrimp Sauté
2 tablespoons red curry paste [I got it at Whole
I recently started to volunteering my free time to an organization that I really enjoy working at and believe in. When I first started there I mentioned to the volunteer coordinator that I do IT for a living so if they ever needed some help to hit me up. I continued volunteering until one day I got an email asking if I was still willing to help in that department and I was more than happy to jump on to help!
As it stands right now, they have a very flat network of 192.168.1.0/24
Wow it’s been an interesting few weeks for me to say the least. We had a Juniper 240Xb delivered to our cage in Equinx for our Direct Connect with Amazon AWS cloud service. For those who don’t know what that is, here is a link about it.
Essentially it’s a drop in our cage that plugs directly into the amazon cloud service (so no going over the internet for us) due to the systems we are working with. My first challenge was learning
You hear the stories once in a while on the news about people buying computers off the internet and finding that some sensitive data was still on the drives (customer data, health files, banking, passwords, etc). With the upgrade of my NAS, I was hoping to part out these 1 TB drives that I have laying around on Craigslist to good home(s). Now these were in a raid 5 so technically if the drives went to 4 different people they wouldn't be able to recover the data, however just to play it safe I
I purchased a Cisco NSS 324 two years ago off of ebay that came with 4 1tb Western Digital drives. I raid 5 them which came out to roughly 3 TB of space. The cisco software installed wasn’t terrible however it left a lot to be desired. A few months after I purchased this device Qnap came out with instructions on how to install their software on the NAS (I’ll talk more about this later)
Fast forward to today, the NAS has been running strong however I was running into two issues.
Updated September 5th, 2013 at 10:29 AM by GroundZero3
(dont judge my grammar and spelling. I am just typing this out for others with the same issues! ;p)
Remember back in the day when you would go to the store, buy a game and put a disc in? I do since the original Quake came out and I got into gaming. Now everything is moving to purchasing a game over the internet which is amazing! I don’t have to leave my basement to get the newest game or wait for the delivery man to drop it off. My biggest gripe is when I ordered two new video cards and I got a copy of Splinter Cell Blacklist for free which I was super excited about. However when I started
Apologies for the lack of solar weather updates, as I have been restructuring my RF receiver setup. Anyway, on to the report....
The sunspot number is 120, with sunspot AR1775 harboring some potential for significant flaring in the M-class energy range. A coronal hole is present, with increased solar wind energy possibly arriving at Earth over the weekend into early next week. Meanwhile, the Kp index is currently showing quiet conditions.
The sunspot number is slightly down to 119, and sunspot AR1748 is showing less potential for high energy flaring. The Kp index briefly increased overnight, but it is now back down to a relatively quiet level.
Upper HF bands are showing sparse DX activity this morning, at least for North America. The 20m band is looking like the current best bet, with propagation into both Europe and Australia.