Gỏi cuốn are Vietnamese spring rolls; they’re easy to make, especially for group things. This is an appropriate-for-cheap-college students version of a recipe I learned from my mom.
I’m not giving any particular amounts because I never measure things.
I’ve begun the processing of migrating my blog posts from WordPress over to Hugo, a static site generator. I just hand migrated the lengthiest posts (the image galleries I can do later when I figure out a good way to associate images with particular posts). Layout is all new, all improved!
For the past nine weeks, I’ve been a member of the Voice, Mobile, and Web Application Development Justice Brandeis Semester, a program that helped us learn exactly what it seems like we should. Now that it’s over and done with, I’d like to look back on exactly how we got our app to where it is and some steps in the future we can take, because it’d be nice to make this a much more official app and fill out the empty spots in our already extensive database.
I figure it would be a good idea to repost my previous entry on custom sidebars in WordPress, partly for fun, partly to remind myself. This should work for any WordPress website on custom hosting (which means not WordPress.com blogs, unfortunately, unless there’s some magical way of getting at the code the Internet has yet to discover). I will be assuming you’re working off one of the WordPress default templates or can modify as needed on your own.