Massimo Bottura's Culinary Artistry and Meteor SubsCache
Summary of my bookmarked videos and Github repositories from May 20th, 2015
- 3-Michelin star chef Massimo Bottura - Oops! I dropped the lemon tart recipe
The video features renowned three-Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura sharing the story behind his famous dish, the Oops! I dropped the lemon tart recipe. The dish originated from an accidental drop in the kitchen, which Bottura saw as an opportunity rather than a setback. He embraced the beauty found in chaos and turned it into a signature creation at his three-Michelin-star restaurant. Bottura highlights the importance of living a life free from obligations and allowing space for poetry and imagination. The video showcases how mistakes can be embraced as human and beautiful, resulting in unexpected masterpieces like the iconic lemon tart.
The Meteor Subscription Cache package, known as SubsCache, provides a solution for caching subscriptions in Meteor applications. It addresses the issue of unnecessary resubscriptions when users navigate back and forth between pages. By caching subscriptions, SubsCache allows you to automatically stop a subscription after a specified expiration time. If a user resubscribes before the cached subscription expires, the timeout is cleared, and the subscription is restored. Unlike the meteorhacks:subs-manager package, SubsCache offers features such as individual subscription readiness checks, different expiration times for subscriptions, support for infinite items in the cache, and the ability to have subscriptions that never expire. To get started, you can add the package using "meteor add ccorcos:subs-cache" and initialize it with optional expiration and cache limit parameters.