- 100g self-raising brown flour
- 100g natural yoghurt
- a pinch of sea salt
- optional: a pinch of poppy seeds, herbs or spices
Split in two then roll to 2-3 mm thick. Cook in a dry pan over high heat for a minute or so on each side.
While it’s hard to characterize today’s zeitgeist in just one word, however, it’s easy to capture it with two characters — Cosmo Kramer and George Costanza.
First in the era of America Online, and then in the era of LiveJournal and micro-blogging, the internet was at least partly an escape. It was a place where the boundaries of real life, in which everything was more or less a job interview, could be sloughed off and one could imagine the internet as a quiet, uninhabited space of whispered intimacies. In this era of hyper-usefulness, what seems rarest and most valuable online are spaces that offer, however illusorily, a return to this original uselessness. There are places where, against the constant obligation to be seen and remembered, we might get to be unseen, unrecorded, and forgotten.
(via Kari Geltemeyer)
That first scene, the first time the bomb explodes… our studio at the time was at the epicentre of that explosion. We felt like we were going to change the world when we were making Akira, and that scene represented that.