Last week I acquired this super awesome multiple titled Knollenevenement (1993) by Dutch artist and chef J.H.J van Melis.
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As Toni shows in his post Alfresco integrates with MS Office for iPad out of the box.
(via Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs - Adding, Adding, Adding | Nu in Foam)
Thurston Moore on What Drew Him to New York, Art-Rock, and Forming Sonic Youth -
Thurston Moore shares his story about his move to New York and the formation of Sonic Youth that has always been my favorite band.
Another no knead bread. This time made with a mix of spelt flour and wheat flower. It tastes very good and these kind of no knead breads are so easy to make that I can’t believe it that I haven’t done this before:
Most of the time I do the preparation early in the evening and bake the bread the next day.
The next phase in my bread baking adventures: sourdough to replace the use of baker’s yeast. I am not sure if sourdough can be used to bake bread using the no knead recipe, but we will see. It will take a couple of more days before the sourdough can actually be used, but it is already very active. Hopefully I can keep it alive as I am travelling a lot next week and my family members do not seem to be keen to take care of this starter culture.
Georg Herold: Mandelbrot? Fragen Sie mal meine Mutter!, 1993
The Jeff Wall show at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is great, but this work by Georg Herold I enjoyed most during my visit today.
My first loaf of bread baked in a pot using the no knead bread recipe demonstrated in this New York Times video and following Jim Lahey’s recipe that can be found here.
The crust is great thanks to using the pot. I think I added too much salt as it is a tiny bit too salty for me, but other than that it is a very decent loaf of bread that you can make in no time.