Meanwhile in Czechia – the zany minds of Bastl Instruments are teasing a new product, which is possibly a modular product but knowing them, could be a module and a pizzeria. Behold:

Today is probably the highlight – an Anonymous-style “hacked” takeover of Bastl’s YouTube channel, complete with “pizza is not what you think it is” live chat:

I’m glad I wasn’t the only one thinking “all your pizza are belong to us.”

Now hmmm….

There’s more.

Though, honestly, I’m more on team bramborovy salat. (We can all agree on mostly unshaved Geordi, though.)

Regular readers of this site will instantly see the natural connection between CDM and Bastl – namely, getting obsessed with in-jokes and taking them way too far and getting distracted from other work.

Anyway, I’m sure whatever it is, it’ll arrive soon:

Just be careful of the spicy pizza. It is a sign of the decadence of the west and the decline of American Empire that our leaders can no longer eat the jalapeño. I’m totally serial you guys.

I mainly wrote this post for Nadia Struiwigh.

Anyway, personally, I ain’t buying none of that. All about this (turn it up – the salad-making music is epic). Everyone watch this so the recipe site can be confused about what CDM is and why it generated so many view counts.

50 g celeru
50 g petržele
100 g mrkve
600 g vařených brambor
2 kyselé okurky
1 menší cibule
2 vařená vejce
sůl, pepř
100 ml majonézy
1 lžíce plnotučné hořčice
2 lžíce kyselého láku z okurek
2 lžíce sterilovaného hrášku bez šťávy

Klasický bramborový salát recept