[hackerspaces] Let's end the unnecessary joining of the, words "food" and "hacking"
eponymous at farmckon.net
Wed Jan 29 00:41:03 CET 2014
Like, Sumac the plant Sumac? I thought that stuff was poisonous, but the
wikipedias tell me that is wrong.
Pretty crazy combo. Even crazier than 35 emails in this thread. I wish
Noisebridge members (I'm looking at you Kevin M.) would keep their rants
on their own wiki/mailing-list.
Also, legally you can't name any new kinds of hacking unless you have a
degree from MIT. As soon as my trademarks on the words 'face' and
leaving the letter 'e' out of names of products hit, I'm going to sue
- Far McKon
Overly Proud MIT & Noisebridge Aluminumist(s)
On 1/27/14 11:56 PM, discuss-request at lists.hackerspaces.org wrote:
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> Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 20:54:04 -0800
> From: Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net>
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> Subject: Re: [hackerspaces] Let's end the unnecessary joining of the
> words "food" and "hacking"
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> Anyone do anything interesting with food lately?
> Recently I've gotten into pimping out popcorn. Sumac, dill, paprika and
> salt (and some yeast if that's your thing). Typically popping the
> kernels in a pot with olive oil. Been experimenting recently with
> sriracha, which has been tasty but at the cost of nearly burning my arm
> off and making my kitchen smell like shit. I tried mixing some with oil
> and preheating in the microwave before tossing it into the pot with the
> kernels, but my house is still left smelling like a toxic hot sauce factory.
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