I worked on my Handbrake presentation yesterday. I have finished the installation and controls portions of the talk and am starting the Using Handbrake section. I will also explain how to do batch video processing with Handbrake in the Using handbrake section.
A few weeks ago, as I was running out of my homemade hot sauce, I decided to try a different approach to hot sauce. I came up with this recipe for a cooked hot sauce. After trying it out for at least a week, I can say that I really like it. It has the heat of Tabasco with a smoky flavor from the Chipotle peppers and the Adobo sauce. I also don’t use as much of it as I did with the ‘cold’ hot sauces, so it will last longer. I will stick with this one for a long while.
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