Quote: "give up mountain dew (and all pop, even though i just had 3 mountain dews, a surge, and bout to pop open a bawls)"
Hmm a good one. *looks around his desk & looks at Monster cans* guess I can commit to giving up Monster as it's not any good for me.
There's always one...or several. Guess karma for me doing it in The Posting Competition.
Quote: "4. Inspire Rick / Lee / Paul to keep up the great work on AppGameKit and forget about GameGuru"
While you're at it, think you can persuade them to give me C# support?
On my note of cooking better. I was looking to code an app to give me some tools I would find useful for managing recipes, food ideas and so on, I decided to first see if I could find something that already has what I'm looking for. And came across this: https://www.plantoeat.com
Shame that it has a subscription fee, but is quite low, thankfully. I am giving its 30 day trial ago. Basically it allows me to store recipes, extract them from other websites (there's a plugin for your browser that does this), manually put them in, I get to build my own planner for the week and it extracts a shopping list from the recipes I want to use that week. Useful, because I did my weekly shop today and worked out to be very convenient in getting all the ingredients I need.
It's quite cool, because all I did to get the Chow Mein recipe I am trying tonight is Google a Chow Mein recipe, I wanted one inspired by Chinese take out, as I love those Chow Meins, clicked on the browser plugin and it generated this
. It's not perfect as you can see "sauce" and "marinade" just appear randomly, but it allows you to tweak it before you save it, but I was just lazy.
I might still code my app at some point, because my app would be free. ;P