New Books & Homemade Dip

My sweetheart, Tammy, bought me two wonderful books to help expand my knowledge as a web designer. Designers are quite familiar with the people behind the book, they’re proponents of the languages and design world. Jeremy Zeldman’s Designing With Web Standards, and Eric Meyer’s On CSS. I’m in the beginning stages with Zeldman’s book, and will divulge into Eric’s book afterwards. It’s really an exciting time to be a designer, as the focus has shifted from bulky and distracting image-heavy sites, to usable and efficient designs that communicates, not dazzle.

The base ingredient of most hot sauces is vinegar, hot pepper (cayenne, jalapeno, habenero), and salt. Sometimes they even add garlic. Well I’ve put together all of that with cayenne, and one up the formula by adding horseradish. Zesty, and tasty. I’m currently dipping away at it using toasted wheat crackers. Yum.

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  1. Brian3DGPU

    Let me tell you…this SOB is crazy. Instead of coffee in the morning, he drinks hot sauce that is hundreds of times hotter than tobasco.

    Weirdo ;)

  2. Oh man, that sounds seriuosly tasty.
    I actually have started to like these hot sauces but then I like to cool it down with some Tsatsiki or yogurt dip and then hit the hot stuff again. Great combination and I like the change from one to the other.

    More haute cuisine tips to come. :)

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