I’ve decided to vary things up and post a recipe I made up, expect more to come as well as the normal mostly Django and Linux related posts.

Amazing Vegetarian Sandwich

  • Tofu
  • Fresh veggies (tomato, peppers, anything)
  • Bread
  • Curry
  • Flour
  • Cheese
  • Butter or Oil

Usually non meat sandwich’s suck and aren’t filling, but this sandwich is bad ass and will make the meat eaters jealous. First dry the Tofu the best you can. Slice it, powder it with flour, then fry it in butter or oil as fast and hot as you can. Sprinkle some curry on it while it cooks. Fry up some veggies if desired too or put them on uncooked. Finally add some Italian dressing or olive oil and pepper. Swiss cheese is good for sandwiches but any kind would work. These sandwiches are great for a picnic and bringing leftovers to work the next day.

By David

I am a supporter of free software and run Burke Software and Consulting LLC. I am always looking for contract work especially for non-profits and open source projects. Open Source Contributions I maintain a number of Django related projects including GlitchTip, Passit, and django-report-builder. You can view my work on gitlab. Academic papers Incorporating Gaming in Software Engineering Projects: Case of RMU Monopoly in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (2008)

1 comment

  1. Well I got here via Googling about Centrify, and was quite pleased to find this. I’ll definitely give it a shot whilst fiddling around with getting these Ubuntu boxes talking to Active Directory. 🙂


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