These are my saved Pinboard links for 30th June 2015:
- BBC – Food – Recipes : Nigel’s spaghetti bolognese – Make a big batch of Nigel's classic bolognese recipe and stash half in the freezer for a quick supper
- Tray Baked Tomato & Lemon Chicken (from Natalie Mardell) – 4 Chicken Breasts
Lemon, sliced into quarters
Garlic, sliced (optional)
Place chicken breasts on baking tray. Season with paprika, salt and pepper, add olive oi…
- Garlic-Curry Chicken Thighs With Yogurt Sauce Recipe | Epicurious.com – Yogurt gets used in two ways in this simple dinner party-worthy chicken dish: as a tenderizing marinade and mixed with the pan juices to create a rich sauce for serving.
- Sass Reference – SitePoint – The ultimate guide to Sass
- How to make the perfect blondies | Life and style | The Guardian – It may not enjoy the fame of its younger cousin, the brownie, but this dense, fudgy, butterscotch treat is every bit as rich and delicious
- sickill/bitpocket · GitHub – bitpocket is a small but smart script that does 2-way directory synchronization. It uses rsync to do efficient data transfer and tracks local file creation/removal to avoid known rsync problem when doing 2-way syncing with deletion.
bitpocket can use any server which you have ssh access to for its central storage. If you have gigabytes of free disk space on your hosting server you can finally make use of it.
- How to Make Anzac Biscuits at Home – Sophie Thompson of What to Cook introduces us to a wartime biscuit with timeless appeal.
- Fergal’s Blueberry Yoghurt Cake – This is my gluten-free version of the classic French yoghurt cake that I discovered in Pamela Druckerman’s brilliant little book ‘French Children Don’t Throw Food’. It’s one of Fergal and my go-to cakes for our Sunday Baking Sessions. The yoghurt makes it super moist but also surprisingly light.
- Dashing – The exceptionally handsome dashboard framework. – Dashing is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build beautiful dashboards.
- Blushing New England Fish Chowder Recipe on Food52 – I like my fish chowder to have tons of fish and a little bit of color. You can use any flaky white fish for this recipe to fit that first requirement, but I really think Spanish chorizo is the only way to get that nice blush.