The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music Sep 29 2007
by Miller Puckette
by Miller Puckette
Our kitchen now has a website (using WordPress of course). Lots more content to come soon, including the secret story of how the river came to be, the inspiration behind the pipes and the amazing triumph of getting everything finally finished.
Saturday, October 6th, 2007
Doors open at 7PM
Competition from 8 – 11PM
After party from 11PM – 4AM
Logan Square Auditorium
2539 North Kedzie Blvd #15
773 252 6179
$10 advanced tickets / $15 at the door
Must be 21
We’re excited to be back in Chi-town this year.
The IT Crowd is so awesomely funny. Tonight’s episode is so funny we’re watching it again. Completely hilarious. LOLed for about half the show.
You must watch this now. Run don’t walk.
One of the funniest lines from this episode said by Moss:
Ah, well, prepare to put mustard on those words, for you will soon be consuming them, along with this slice of humble pie, that comes direct from the oven, of shame, set at gas mark egg on your face.
So freaking funny.
After all the wonderful bread that Kristin’s been making, I thought I’d look into trying to make my own sourdough. I’m pretty sure this way lies madness. But I’m giving it a shot. After Googling for info on making sourdough (the ultimate DIY bread) I just mixed together 1 cup water with 1 cup flour in a bowl, and we’ll see where we go from here.
This looks like a good recipe for both starter and Berkley sourdough bread:
Science of Bread: Basic Sourdough Starter Recipe
Bruce posted another nice series of cool car pics: “Naked” KTM X-Bow — Half the car, twice the sex apeal.
Cool car, hope it doesn’t rain.
When we came up with the final design for our kitchen range hood, we did a fair amount of research into finding someone in St. Louis who could build what we had designed. Eric called lots of people, and kept on getting recommendations to talk with Ron over at Benton Sheet Metal. Eric got in touch with him, and explained the job. Once we delivered final drawings, work got underway.
The final product came out so excellent. The craftsmanship is outstanding. I would recommend using Benton Sheet Metal for any sheet metal fabrication work you ever need to have done. They do work for people all over the country.
They don’t have a website (yet) however. Most of their work comes through word of mouth.
Here’s their contact info if you ever need some work done:
Benton Sheet Metal
2519 S. Jefferson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63104-2307
Phone: (314) 771-4647
Fax: (314) 771-9524
If you’ve forgotten what truly amazing ice cream tastes like, you should try some Serendipity ice cream. It’s made right here in St. Louis, and it is just exquisite. We’ve been eating the Gooey Butter Cake ice cream and the Gold Coast (double chocolate) flavors.
I am not kidding when I say that we have been serving it in our shallow bowls. So we can literally lick them out once we’re done. It is that good.
We buy ours from Local Harvest which is a long walk (or easy bicycle ride) from our house.
If you have the opportunity I completely recommend this delicacy.