Coca-Cola Salad: The Next Generation
A variation I wanted to try. Raspberry jelly instead of orange to improve the colour, almond flakes and meal to make a more distinct base, and a few era-appropriate additions like whipped cream from a can and glace cherries.
It didn't separate like I hoped and combined poorly, maybe due to the silicon mould, since I didn't have a proper jelly mould and wanted a ring.
Looks better but the annoying part is the orange one tasted a lot better.
We have successful stage separation! It's #retrocooking a thing? Let's make it a thing.
The timezone information is hard-coded, but everything else is pulled out of thin air. The SD card reader works, so "all" I need to do is work out a way to get all the timezone information I need organised and in small enough pieces that I can very selectively read just the tiny bits of info that I want.
Yes that time is correct and I should go to bed.
The Mysterious #Arduino Thing has lost its keyboard, but gained GPS and purpose.
I'm building a non-configurable clock that sets itself. I have an SD card slot that comes for the ride with the LCD panel, so I'm hoping to keep some kind of simple database on some removable storage to look up timezone and DST rules based on GPS detected location.
Not going to lie, this would not look out of place if you poured it into a nightclub toilet at 3am. It just tastes like orange though.
I have a ton of progress pictures for a blog post. I'm just doing the "let it sit" bit now and in the morning we'll see if it's magically separated into three layers, and what those layers are!
Recently I saw a few people post a "salad" #recipe consisting of cream cheese and jello and coke, with WTF-ish commentary. I thought it just sounded like a cheesecake.
This weekend I'm going to get some answers.
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