@jkoski Very good to see. Just a shame that Firefox is losing so much mindshare, the latest releases have been pretty good and mobile is almost as good as it was.
This was pretty awesome. Rich and creamy without being overpowering, despite the strong coffee flavours. If you see it, give it a try. #beer
Instance admin just lost their job, might need help
Mstdn.social is one of the largest and nicest instances on the Fediverse, run by an enthusiastic admin called @stux
Unfortunately Stux has today found out that they are fired from their day job 😞
However, by happy coincidence, Stux had just set up a hosting company. If you need web hosting, domain names etc please consider using Stuxhost so that Stux can continue working:
Have just made Tudor-style Buttered Beer following the recipe linked below. Think liquid beer cake. Very interesting and definitely a worthwhile experiment.
I used Moorland's "Old Speckled Hen" as the base beer ("British ale" is an incredibly loose term).
@hackerfantastic one day this will be true. We have smart fridges already, your yoghurt is under threat from the h4x0rz!
@remotenemesis if you like Stonehenge, then Avebury will blow your mind. It's so big there is a village *inside* the stone circle.
@wim_v12e you had me right up until "mildly spicy". If the sauce isn't dissolving the flatware then it's not strong enough!
@celesteh that's your starter + enough water to make 320ml.
You'll have to make a judgement call on how much starter, each on is different.
Also flour is different, water is different. So you might find your measurements are a bit different.
1. 320ml washed yeast/sourdough starter + water
2. 500g flour, Olive oil, 7g salt
3. Knead until smooth
4. Rest overnight in greased bowl, covered with damp cloth.
1. Creme fresh + chopped onion + bacon/pancetta cubes + pinch nutmeg.
2. Non-traditional - anything else you want!
1. Split dough into portions
2. Knead again, rest ~30 mins
3. Make thin base from portion
4. Add topping
5. Cook as pizza
(Cast iron pan, then finished under grill works well)
@celesteh I used yeast washed from a Woodforde's Wheery brew (a British Bitter) the other day to make flammkuchen. It was ace!
Beer - more than just a drink.
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