- Rolled Oats – 400g
- Pecans – 2 Handfuls
- Coconut Flakes – 2 Handfuls
- Olive Oil – 6 Table Spoons
- Honey – 6 Table Spoons
- Candied Ginger – 2 Handfuls
- Pre-heat the oven to 250ºF.
- Crunch the coconut flakes and pecans into smaller, irregular pieces by hand.
- Combine the oats, nuts, and coconut flakes and spread them evenly over a baking tray.
- Mix the honey and olive oil in a bowl until you have a uniform syrup.
- Pour the honey and olive oil mix evenly over the oats, nuts, and coconut flakes.
- Using a spatula, ensure an even coating of honey and oil.
- Bake for 1 hour 20 minutes, turning every 20 minutes, breaking up larger chunks when they form.
- Allow the granola to cool and then mix in the candied ginger.
Sometimes it can be useful to convert PDFs to images. The ImageMagick
convert command makes this really easy, with just one caveat: unlike converting regular images, it’s important to specify the
-density flag. I’ve found a DPI of
300 typically yields good results:
convert \ -density 300 \ input.pdf output.png
Over the past few years, I’ve continued to tweak and adjust my granola recipe. Sarah recently asked me for a ginger and pecan version and enjoyed the opportunity to make some adjustments.
I find this makes roughly two weeks of granola; adjust quantities to your own tastes and needs.
A few weeks ago, I was again motivated to record some of the glorious color palettes we encounter in every day life. The output of the k-means technique I’m using still needs some tweaking, but it is a good starting point for use in other projects. In time, I hope to put together a light-weight service to automate the generation of these palettes.