[Tastebridge] Playful + difficult

Tony K. LeTigre anthonyletigre at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 07:23:42 UTC 2011

Hi all,

I hope you will pardon me sending this little note to the list....I'm
reading up on the history of hacking and came across this little
article<http://stallman.org/articles/on-hacking.html>by hacker par
excellence Richard Stallman, and it combines hacking with
dining, so it seemed apropos. Do you agree with him?

"Playfully doing something difficult, whether useful or not, that is

I've been holding onto a brilliant recipe for Moroccan chicken - made with
preserved lemons, eaten Ethiopian style, with pieces of bread held in your
hands, rather than with utensils - for years, waiting for the right
opportunity to make it. (Got it from a friend who made it for dinner -
that's how I know it's brilliant.) Here's hoping TasteBridge is that


Tony Longshanks <http://convozine.com/longshanks>

On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 9:50 PM, Danny O'Brien <danny at spesh.com> wrote:

> This especially goes out to Tastebridge, who currently have all of their
> nice shelving shimmied far too close to the rest of the kitchen, and can
> probably taste the gypsum in anything they make:
> sorry for the mess! Things will get gradually cleaner (especially after
> monday, when much of the drywall offcuts will get cleared away), but the
> walls still have to be mudded and primed and then maybe even sanded and
> painted. Our only hope is that this is the sort of thing that scares away
> mice and cats and robot-eating-weevils.
> Everyone is welcome to help clear up, especially if you have a good way of
> doing so that helps you carry on with your current hacking. I await the
> latest update from the wallmakers for when it would be best to do this, and
> when it might be worthless to even try before a new cloud of dust lands in
> your souffles and petri dishes!
> Onward!
> d.
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