Germans *do* take their Christmas market business seriously... 🎅

Quite frosty today when on my way to take the train to the airport, with a little bit of snow. Neat.

Today I'll be flying to the Düsseldorf area for work, the picture should give you a more precise idea where 😋

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The filling is almost always a base of caramelized onion, with something else. Typically beef, chicken, tuna, chorizo, octopus, sardines and so on are used. Today I'm making a vege version, so I will be using pulled out instead, which results in a texture very similar to that of beef, and some bell pepper. I might throw in later some bits of eggplant but I haven't decided on that's yet. We'll condiment with salt, pepper, and sweet ground pepper (a.k.a “pimentón”).

Next, let's go with empanada. Not just the small “empanadas” in plurar, but a big-ass EMPANADA as we typically do in Galicia, in the Northwest of Spain. We need to prepare first the filling, then the dough, then flatten the dough in two pieces: one goes on an over form, then the fill, then the other piece of flattened dough. This will take quite some time to get done, so please bear with me.

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Well, I just had a couple of pull requests to personal projects by people half my age. One of the projects was started when the contributor was only eight years old. This makes me both feel old, and in awe at the same time :thaenkin:

Remember some weeks ago I found my old N710 and it still worked fine (modulo old browser and so)? Well, yesterday I took out the N900 and was greeted by... A system update!

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