2 Large Eggs
115g icing sugar
75g ground almonds (for pistachio flavour swap 25g of almonds for 25g of pistachios)
50g Caster sugar
1/2 tea spoon Vanilla extract
To make the Macaron mix the Almonds and icing sugar into a bowl. I sifted them together. Whisk the egg whites into a bowl (Note don’t over whisk) and the Vanilla until soft peaks can be made. Then fold the Almond and icing sugar mix into the egg whites. Pipe out onto a oven tray with grease proofe paper and leave for 30 minutes. When you can just touch them without any sticking to your finger put them in oven 210 degrees C for 10 to 15 minutes. They may go slightly brown then there done, Voir La
I purchased a used chip from southeastlaptopservices on ebay and when I go the chip I put it in my computer and it did not work. My computer already has a AMD 60 and this was the next model up. When I turned it on my computer just went on then off after 2 or 3 seconds. I then asked southeastlaptopservices could I return the chip they said no problem then I asked for the retuen address and then they changed their mind saying
“Im sorry but why has it taken you over a month to want to return, as its over 2 months i wont be able to refund, so you will have to keep as spare or sell on.”
Im not in this business, I have a good record of selling and buying on ebay. Nor am I in the business of reporting ebay reviews but I have no choice in this case.
Are they encouraging that I sell a duff chip! Like they sold me. A picture is worth a 1000 words. Please see these images below and make your mind up before purchasing from this Ebay seller.
These are my Macro images of the AMD MOBILE TURION 64×2 S1G1 LAPTOP CPU 2GHZ TL-60, DELL HP COMPAQ ACER
On close inspection one can clearly see a hair line crack through the processor.
I could not help but make a article on the “Le Quecumbar and Brasserie” I visited this week starting at 8:00. On Tuesday they have a Jam night. There is a gentleman called Victor who is the linchpin of the night appropriately playing the Double Bass, and usually 6 or so guitarists from far and wide across London. The quality of musicianship is high. So far I have been twice and I think I recognised 3 previous guitarists. So this tells me the “Gypsy Jazz” genera it still very much alive and thriving.
I also had dinner there which was delightful.
Here are some recordings I made of the evening. I could not catch the names of them all so I would appreciate it if some one could email me with naming them.