Current and recent TV here 

@porsupah MasterChef Australia is a massive block - 11 seasons of 60+ full-length episodes, with the 12th season running now. It's far and away the best of the MasterChef licensees, and worth the effort to track it down.

Current and recent TV here 

@porsupah Heh - we overlap quite a bit. I'd suggest Dorohedoro and MasterChef Australia, too.

@rtwx Make it so ... and let the rest of us know how well it runs and how you did it.

Tweet echo (information) 

Sticking this here so I can easily find it again (and some of y'all may have an interest) ... and ... using

Cooking, curry 

Dinner was an amazing green chicken curry, made with a new-to-me Thai curry paste - Chaokoh/Mae Ploy brand. I'll go through this 1kg tub pretty quickly now - once a week curries for sure 🐺

@porsupah The first episode is pretty uneven and hard to watch, even with a decent werewolf. I haven't convinced myself I should watch the rest of 'em.

I have become a snot fountain this morning.

That is all. 🐺

I know it's trivial compared to the several inches on the ground we'll have later, but *I like snow*!

Spicy food/cooking 

@porsupah Unfortuanely it's easy to *over* cook in a pressure cooker, especially with lean meats. Use a fatty cut and minimal liquid and you'll get pretty good results.

Spicy food/cooking 

@Chel It's got a great flavor ... and it's got enough capsaicin afterkick to make your lips go numb.

Spicy food/cooking 

@porsupah It's much faster, and in some cases (like this one) it makes the meat much more tender.

For things like big roasts or corned beef, it's amazing.

Spicy food/cooking 

Homemade pork tinga - very, very spicy tinga. One photo is when I opened the pressure cooker, other is after shredding the meat and adding a few more things. It's now simmering.

Random afternoon movie choice was "Finding Rin Tin Tin." My brain hurts - I didn't expect dark & gritty ('cause it isn't), but I didn't expect Apple Dumpling Gang levels of saccharine, either.

Cute shepard on screen couldn't save it.

3D printing chatter 

@porsupah Gcode is pretty much the standard ( It's nicely human-readable, too - since I've had to tweak some files by hand, that helps :)

I've used pretty much the full range of all three axes (not in one print), though I try to keep print times under ten hours or so.

3D printing chatter 

@porsupah Blender for the heavy work, though I might start in Sketchup if it's a more mechanical design. Simplify 3D for slicing & making g-code, and a Creality CR-10S for the actual printing. Mostly making forms I can do detail work on after printing.

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