Projects is a section for all of the projects that I do either on my own time or with my house, the Technology Living Learning Community at Lafayette College.


2 cups (480ml) Dashi

2 eggs

1 tsp soy sauce

1/4 tsp salt

1 cup plus 2 Tbsp all purpose flour

2-3 green onions, finely chopped

2 Tbsp Benishoga (pickled red ginger), chopped

5-6 oz octopus, cut into 1/2" cubes


Takoyaki sauce or Okonomiyaki sauce


Aonori (green dried seaweed)

Katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes)


In a large bowl, mix well Dashi, eggs, soy sauce, salt, and flour with a whisk.

Fish Cooked in Coconut Milk

Prepared by Rebeka Ramangamihanta from Madagascar


Fish cooked with Coconut milk


2 pounds of fish (sea fish, does not really matter the kind) Eg. Whitings

2 ripe tomatoes, cut into chunks

1 chopped onion


3 tablespoons oil

1 can coconut milk



Fry the fish

In a pan, brown (fry) the onion

Add the tomatoes.

When the sauce thickens, add the fish.

After 5 minutes, pour the coconut milk.

The Secret Menu Addition

I decided that my main manu was getting a little too full, but that it was showcasing most of my major interests and already looked really nice. So instead of adding another menu that would display on the front page, I have added the secret menu that you see here to help round out my e-Portfolio requirements. I decided to name the new section of my site Hodge Podge because it is a random assortment of things. 

The Picture Bug

As you may have noticed if we haven't fixed this yet, there is a bug in the picture display, which should look like the pictures here. However, for some reason, only one picture is displaying, and the buttons to switch to different pictures are not. Additionally, the pictures are not staying within the article block. This is going to take some more work. 

Going Through the Long Overhaul

Today, my site went through some major overhauls. Ben looked at my design, and decided that he should start with the CSS, or the Cascading Style Sheets, from his website because I wanted many of the curved objects that he uses on his website. The first results were hilarious, with ugly matchings of color going every which way, and elements not lining up. However, over the course of a few hours and lots of exchanges about design choices, my site started to fall into place.


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