30minutes. 26 slides. Kernel, HAL, Applications.
Developing Sensors on Android a lightning talk @ DroidCon2011.
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Each shape of pasta is typically matched with a particular sauce based on consistency and its ability to hold sauce.
|Fresh, light sauces like olive oil or simple fresh tomato work best with smooth shapes (mostaccioli, ziti).|
|Oil-based sauces and thicker tomato sauces go better with flat pasta like linguine, giving it a fuller flavor.|
|Robust sauces, such as Fettucini Alfredo go well with Fettuccine, a thicker flat long shape.|
|Seafood-based sauces pair well with refined spaghetti especially with spaghetti ala chittara. Being squared instead of round this type of paste offers more surface for the delicate sauce to stick to.|
|Full flavor sauces go well with tube-shaped pasta, like striated penne or shell-shaped pasta, like orecchiette.|
|Refined dairy-based sauces and spicy sauces go with penne. Their large diameter, combined with the ridges make them ideal to trap thick sauces, giving the pasta a richer flavor.|
- Thinner, lighter sauces with fresh tomato sauce, using less oil, go best with the thin delicate finer spaghetti.
- The thickest tubular pastas, such as ziti or manicotti, are ideal for baked pasta dishes as they hold up to longer cooking.
This device can be used to support a discombobulated head with oxygenated blood and nutrients. This is done via the tubes connected to arteries which pass through the neck. After circulating through the head, the de-oxygenated blood returns to the cabinet by means of “cannulae” which are connected to veins that emerge from the neck.
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Halfway through 2010, and half yet to go…
Here is a lil something something to make it worthwhile! ;-)
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I don’t know how, but i recently stumbled upon this page at twitter.com
“Twitter is over capacity. Too many tweets! Please wait a moment and try again”
I Refreshed it and it was gone!!
Luckily i had the presence of mind to hit the PrintScreen button before i hit F5.
So presenting here for ur viewing pleasure…
(previously thought to be extinct…)