By accident or rather evolution and genetic diversification, self awareness happened to be tried out. What perfected it was a layer of several interconnected neural networks linked with a couple of sensors and interesting algorithms.
Consultants can _do_ everything with powerpoint *slides*. Most of those douchebag monkeyass newbies in life and the universe could also prepare another set of freaking powerpoint slides for me on the topic: how can human kind achieve the much needed same respect for every form of life, i.e. women, men, transgenders, animals, artificial intelligence, aliens, the environment (not only the planet Earth but yeah right the whole effing universe and all the parallel universes). (1)
#writing #thoughts #businesspunkmag-germany-mighthavelikeditbutiguesstheyrenotonello(yet?)
(1) btw this respect includes equal pay for all genders but explicitly excludes gender neutral writing in German (Schüler*innen)
In the end it all boils down to the same two fucking questions: who got bigger balls and whose dick is longer.
In other, more consultant-and-gender-neutral words: we need to understand our market position and compare our lever with the one of our negotiation partner.
Good or bad. Your choice.
In serendipity we trust.
Recently I heard about a weird combination – and the circumstances allowed me to try it out and it was not as weird as it sounds:
Have some kimchi (e.g. kimchi fried eggs, kimchi above butter and below cheese, …) and then – wait for it – sip some sort of bubbly with half a strawberry in it.
Did some cooking after a looooong time… Perfect winter dish for me and reminds me of Scotland: steak pie
Inspirational video from Jamie Oliver, some internet research and some given spices and cheese leftovers got me to this variant.
- 2 onions
- 300 g rump steak
- 4 carrots
- 200 g mushrooms
- 330ml guiness
- 1 tblsp Tomato paste
- 2 tblsp Flour
- Ready made puff pastry
- Spices: long pepper, black pepper, salt, Worcester sauce, chili
- Peas: lemon cest, lemon juice, salt&pepper, fine cut mint, butter
I absolutely love this! It’s one of the things that I do at least once a week for a loong time 🙂
- Lemon (ideally organic so you can use the zest)
- Habanero (or any other chili for that matter)
- Best olive oil
Perfect for nachos and since I forgot to buy them, I used it as a salsa / topping on a toast with butter and tomatos… mmmh
Used quite some thyme, rosmary and sage(salvia?!)
In case you wanna go pro or prefer a scientific method: read this on wikipedia or sign up directly at https://www.foodpairing.com/ In case you don’t mind relying on friends, recommendations and experience: go on reading.
Lamb chop marinade:
- Ginger garlic paste (like a lot; standard ingredient in – south? – Indian cuisine – ready made pastes are acceptable according to my Indian friends)
- Teriyaki sauce
- Dried chilli flakes
- a dash of whiskey
- salt & pepper
Awesome green apples
- raw green apples
- chilli powder or cayenne pepper powder
Lebanese standard snack:
- raw green plums
- good snack while sipping some arak with ice & some water