jonny goes to england

London & co

A few firsts

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Here are a few firsts for this month.

I went to Copenhagen over a weekend last month with a couple of friends. It’s not an extremely exciting city in itself but there were some interesting parts (for example Christiania).

I drew a perfect circle. It is nowhere close to the world freehand circle drawing champion though.

I made my first risotto ever ever (with a pressure cooker). It was surprisingly good.

Curtsey to my housemate, we now have probably the nicest gin mix kit available in London. Every bottle you see only contains a single ingredient of gin and you can mix your own with your own quantities (sample flavours are juniper, coriander, nutmeg, etc).

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Apart from that, I attend the ACSAC conference next week in Austin and also should really finish my phd thesis .. submission date is beginning of February..

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Written by jk

December 1, 2010 at 7:37 pm

Posted in food, London, Travel

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  1. Congrats on your first risotto!

    Here are more variations for you to try (scroll down to the bottom of the recipe):

    http://www.hippressurecooking.com/2010/07/risotto-in-7-minutes.html

    Then, you an write a post on a few seconds, too! ; )

    Ciao!

    L

    hip pressure cooking
    making pressure cookers hip again, one recipe at a time!

    Laura

    December 2, 2010 at 6:15 am

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