Since the failed attempt of Canonical to crowdfund the Ubuntu Touch device some time ago, there was not much news regarding free/open/libre options in the mobile world... until now! Purism, a company with a good experience with devices focused on openness and privacy, is launching a crowdfunding campaign to support a truly linux based device.
If you appreciate the idea, what about support the campaign? Personally, the device is a bit above my financial reach, but you can donate smaller amount just to support the campaign. If they succeed, this is probably going to open a huge door for linux onto the mobile market, and this could bring new (cheaper) devices :)
Update: the campaign was successful! :)
This recipe was strongly inspired by the video below.
Carluccio is quite relaxed about the recipe, that is why I calibrated it a little bit after some attempts. I have to say, my favorite part of this desert is to prepare it after the main dish, right before eating it, seating at the table, talking...
The ingredients below are for 2 people.
1 egg yolk
3 tsp caster sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla paste
A drop of milk (enough to soften the mascarpone)
100 ml of espresso (sweetened to your regular taste)
1 tbsp of amaretto liqueur
10-12 Savoiardi biscuits
2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
For preparation, follow the video above. There are some alternative for Savoiardi biscuits, but this is actually the best option for this recipe.
É como se o sax de Coltrane nos forçasse a lidar com o fato de que nem tudo é calma, ritmo, melodia e estabilidade; ao mesmo tempo que nos lembra sutilmente de que ainda há calma, ritmo, melodia e estabilidade por baixo de toda superfície agitada.