Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Lasered fighting woman ...

Nope, this is not a B movie.

Quote of the day

"One important detail is that actions that have not yet been tried in a state s are always assumed to lead immediately to the goal with the least possible cost, namely h(s). This optimism under uncertainty encourages the agent to explore new, possibly promising paths.

Artificial Intelligence, A Modern Approach (Russell & Norwig)

Amusing what theory can teach you about how to lead life, and explain its inevitable disappointments. Of course, literature got there first with ""

Knowing Your Sausage 4 -


Slavonski Kulen
Basis: Pork and beef
Hot&Spicy: A bit, nice
Dominant Flavor: Very meaty
Smokey: Moderately
Verdict:
Very good, although the shape makes it a bit suspect for a sausage. It looks more like maybe a brain. An odd, trilobite shape, kind of like 3 fat sausages all merged together. Does not taste at all like real trilobites, though, those are very stony tasting....although the fossilization process might have altered their taste.
Worthy and notable

Sunday, March 05, 2017

Knowing your sausage 3


Todoric Volvodianski Kulen
Basis: Pork and beef
Hot&Spicy: Quite
Dominant Flavor: Resembles a spicy pepperoni
Smokey: Mildly
Verdict:
Not bad, but maybe a little too much like pepperoni.
Another sausage where the smoke flavor doesn't really stand out

Friday, February 03, 2017

Knowing your sausage 2


George's Brand Meats, Banijska Kobasica
Basis: Pork
Hot&Spicy: Mildly
Dominant Flavor: Garlic, without a doubt!
Smokey: Mildly
Verdict:

My favorite sausage of this batch (3 varieties, I'll get to the beef sausage soon), but don't try to kiss your significant other any time soon after eating this unless they are made of much sterner, more garlic resistant, stuff than Jocelyn is.
I would not be surprised if "Kobasica" and "Kielbasa" were linguistically related, and indeed.... Wikipedia confirms

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Knowing Your Sausage


Todoric Sremska Dried Smoked
Basis: Pork
Hot&Spicy: No
Dominant Flavor: Nutmeg?
Smokey: Mildly
Verdict:
Decent sausage, goes well with anything without terrifying the wife with the aroma.
I'd rather it were smokier, but this beats your average grocery store sausage.