Is that all you need to sub for? How much applesauce/egg? I've added applesauce into a brownie recipe to make it moist and its killer!
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I saw first this at the Nat'l Air And Space Museum when it was new and I was about 12 (it was showing in a loop next to a model of the U.S.S. Enterprise, where I was gawking). Still a profound and sublime film to me that continues to influence my thinking.
Walking in real woods is wonderful, especially woods secreted away in suburbia.
I've been visiting some new trails which dump out overlooking an "electricity transmission corridor". If you can get to one, go today. Bring a lunch and your sketchbook. They're haunting, accessible, and oddly pristine.
Fascinating internet reading about the electrical grid:
I love bananabread, and THIS bananabread looks terrific (carmelized bananas on top? C'mon!)...I recommend it, though I may NOT make it without modification. I am vegan, and so would need to substitute applesauce for the eggs.
Honestly, I am also intrigued by the design of "America's Test KItchen: Feed"...Al the wrapped ribbons - I'm not sure if I want to kiss them or kill them.
Gosh, I am not sure...I have a recipe for banana muffins, that's when I usually substitute...Let me check...I use a 1/2 C for the muffins, ordinarily there'd be 2 eggs, so - 1/4 cup = 1 egg? This: vegetarian.about.com/od/vegetarianvegan101/f/eggsubstitut... site also suggests 1/4 C. This site: www.vegkansascity.com/substitutions.html says 1/3 C.
New egg substitutions from Mark Bittman (I tried in cornbread and this just okay apple/zucchini bread from the web):
For each egg, either
3 level tbsp. silken tofu + 1/4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp. cornstarch + 3 tbsp. "neutral" oil + 1/4 tsp. baking powder.
...On p.687 of "How to Cook Everything Vegetarian"
I am not sure I can recommend the book (don't have it, haven't read it, MEAN to!), but the practice (at least in user interface work, and in many other aspects of my life too) is really important. I don't really do much without sketching it out first, on paper. Paper is so great for this - it's so fun to get a group (or your family) grooving and communicating visually, with no preciousness.
I have been turning to Many Eyes for years, whenever I want to see a beautiful expression of what data visualization could be - starting with a intriguing and cross-polinated premise. Also check out hint.fm/ which is equally or more fascinating...These are the two artists/researchers who created the Many Eyes platform. I even love their "About" page.
I listen to crazy music without words...I say I like punk ambient, or rocking planetarium. I bought this album of Elena Papandreou playing Dyens last year, but it just shuffled up for me yesterday.
It's classical guitar, but not like Segovia - "Songe Capricorne" caught me. Many twists, it reminds me of a dark iridescent soap bubble.
More on Dyens:
In addition to the things the other Hunchers said, I appreciated the way the article neither elevated nor vilified, but stressed the importance of balancing your group with a mix of people - because different scenarios demand different strategies. It also suggested that, rather than sticking predominantly to one pole, we could all choose or train to be more blended individuals ourselves.
This is a lovely application I bonked up against after seeing Michael Angeles mention it via his Flickrstream. Immediately entered "cookies" as my query...Tasty! Not sure what this is for except to trigger reverie, which is an awesome use case. Reminds me of the work to find the "color" of the universe by averaging the spectra of stars: www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2002/03/50930
wow, I was -already- listening to this song when I scrolled to this rec. weird!
this whole album is absolutely brilliant, as is basically everything they've done.
It sure is...Why?
Or why ask why - just enjoy? I love how their genre is theirs alone.
I have Geogaddi but like it less, maybe because of the guitar tracks, I think the moody, swishy synth is more evocative and thoughtful. "Music has the Right to Children" might be my favorite.