At work this weekend, we had a hackathon. Everyone was making cool stuff and trying out crazy ideas. Of course, even when you’re hacking, you need to do things right. And that includes safety training.
At the end of the day on Saturday, we wrapped up with a party.
It centered around a big bogrács gulyás. That’s a Hungarian stew made in a giant cauldron over an open flame. It was made with two kinds of meats, and parsnips and potatoes (there were a lot of potatoes to peel), and lots of garlic and paprikas. It cooked over the flame for a couple of hours, and smelled really great. But not as great as it tasted. There was plenty of pálinka to go around as well.