So this is what was going on in the northern germany garden over the last few days: My SO (with a little external help) did the lion’s share and I only contributed the detail work, but: Slowly but surely things finally take shape:
Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe is a classic italian dish and I wanted to see if I’m able to produce a decent version of it. I’m a garlic junkie, so I added garlic, which is not at all original. The trick of mixing the cheese with the noodles and creating a nice even coat is not so easy, but it works and the result ist delicious.
Ingredients for 2:
500 g spinach, fresh
2 cloves garlic
6-8 king oyster mushrooms (depending on size)
125 g polenta
salt & pepper to taste
I stumbled upon an absolutely great article on how computer networks work last night. That guy really did a great job explaining networking basics in simple and understandable words! If you’re interested in the matter, read it here on imgur.
See the video below for instructions. It’s PostapocalypticGarage’s YouTube Channel. He’s a german, but he presents his videos in english.
This is the town of Feldberg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, with its iconic steeple. I love this place very much for its nature, quietness and beauty. My wife was there yesterday for family reasons and I’m very much longing to get there again as well.
This is the maple tree that’s growing in the light well in front of my shop window. I guess it grew from a flying seed that landed in the well about 3 years ago. It was never watered (besides the little rain the well receives) nor ever been cared for in any way, nonetheless it has grown greatly.
A real marine maple tree – I’ll take it out this fall and plant it in the garden.
So, finally, a friendly professional person installed the door to the shop for me. I have observed this work many times, but I don’t dare to do it on my own. It requires absolute accuracy, precision and, last but not least, knowledge about what you’re doing.
First, one half of the doorframe is glued and screwed together and inserted into the door-hole. After levelling everything carefully with a spirit level, it is fixed in the correct position with several wedges and the hollows are filled with construction foam.
To ensure the correct position of every part of the frame, the whole construction is fixed with tension rods until the foam has cured and hardened. Next, the other half of the Frame will be installed (foam, glue and screws) and the door is ready.
More information and instructions (german language):
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