I’m sure this is a commercial, but it’s a damned good one! All 5 minutes of it!
Thanks to Don for sending this on to me.
After hours of research and testing I have my Mojito recipe dialed in. Many recipes call for more lime, less mint, etc. This one is tailored to my taste, but should be a good starting point for anyone.
Fresh ingredients are key to this drink. Avoid bottled lime juice and use the freshest mint you can find.
To muddle the first three ingredients combine them in a sturdy glass and mash them up with a muddler or a wooden spoon. The idea is to extract flavor from the mint by squeezing it. The sugar acts as an abrasive to help the process. A muddler is just a stick with a rounded end used to mash stuff up so don’t hesitate to improvise.
In a good sized glass with a heavy bottom muddle together:
Add and stir to dissolve any remaining sugar:
Strain this mixture into a pint glass 1/2 full of ice (preferably crushed.) Fill the rest of the glass with:
Optionally garnish with a mint leaf or the spent lime rind and enjoy the minty goodness! The recipe is easily multiplied and everything through the rum can be prepared ahead of time.
Why do content owners and distributors continue to make consumers jump through hoops to buy their content? Are they really protecting their content or just pushing people to illegal sources? My article Content Owners Make a Hash of Online Distribution takes a quick look at the current status of online content distribution.
Online content distribution has exploded over the past 10 years, but the entertainment industry has been slow to embrace this new means of doing business. Even now, as the music industry is finally starting to adopt the new model, they continue to apply artificial restrictions to content distribution, making it harder for people to purchase and use their content legitimately.
The 500XL Desktop Earbud Speakers are 500 times the size of the stock earbuds that come with iPods but are otherwise identical (though a version old.) While I’m not about to replace my new Klipsch desktop speakers these would look great next to my iMac!
I got this from my mother earlier this week:
Adam@Home is an often funny comic somewhat like Dilbert, but the main character works from home.