Over the last year I've been making small tweaks to my Aedo Family Secret Pancake Recipe, and I think I've finally perfected it. Rather than update the original post I thought it would be better to make a new one for reference. Ultimately the modifications were pretty small (less olive oil, almond milk substitution, peanut butter and a process change). Adding in the powdered peanut butter gives it a little more protein and it's just enough to give it a little bit of peanut butter and banana taste. The end result though is pretty damn great!

Regarding that process change - the recipe uses 1.5c dry oatmeal. I've started blending that into a powder before adding any other ingredients. It makes a nice difference in terms of smoothing the texture and keeping it consistent from batch to batch.

UPDATED Aedo Family Secret Pancake Recipe:
1 and a 1/2 cup dry quick-cook oatmeal (blended to flour consistency)
1/2 cup almond milk
1 cup cottage cheese
6 eggs
1/4c PBFit powdered peanut butter
1/2 tsp salt
2 tbsp olive oil
2 bananas

  1. Place oats in blender and process until powdered
  2. Add remaining ingredients
  3. Blend until smooth consistency is reached
  4. Pour 4" cakes on griddle at medium-low heat

Nutritional information (from MyFitnessPal.com):

PBPancaks Nutrition


Backing up your machines

Wed October 11 2017 by Christopher Aedo

TL;DR After CrashPlan discontinued their home plan I found a good solution using open source software and an inexpensive yet reliable cloud storage provider. I've got automated replicated backups now using Borg, Rclone and Wasabi cloud storage - details below.

Several years ago I started using CrashPlan to back up …

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Speaking, streaming and brewing

Fri September 08 2017 by Christopher Aedo

Science Hack Day PDX

Tomorrow and Sunday PSU is hosting Science Hack Day PDX. This free to attend avent is going to be a blast, I'm really looking forward to it. I will be there checking out what people are working on, and interviewing them on Twitch. We will likely end up editing together …

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Brewing Beer for IBM

Tue September 05 2017 by Christopher Aedo

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On Monday, September 11th at 9am PDT I'm going to brew beer live on twitchTV! I'm as surprised as anyone that I get to do this during working hours and as part of my job. Really looking forward to this :)

My employer (IBM) is trying to draw attention to some …

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Making Beer with Linux, Python and a Raspberry Pi

Thu July 13 2017 by Christopher Aedo

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I was lucky to have a talk about brewing beer with Linux, Python and a Respberry Pi chosen for OpenWest 2017. As part of that talk I wanted to put up a quick post with the slides from the talk and links to some of the resources I used. It's …

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Delivering a keynote at OSCON 2017

Sat May 27 2017 by Christopher Aedo

Working as a developer advocacy program director for IBM, improving how the world of developers perceive our company is my top priority. One of the ways I believe we can make a huge impact is by using our time in front of developers wisely. That means no product pitches at …

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Next Few Talks in 2017

Fri April 21 2017 by Christopher Aedo

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I'm sitting here on a plane headed home, finally, after what has been a pretty long week of travel for work. All of it has been good stuff, and even included the opportunity to share the stage with IBMs Chief Digital Officer Bob Lord. During his quarterly "all hands" town …

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10 Bills You Should Read

Mon March 06 2017 by Christopher Aedo

I try not to post too much political stuff here unless I think it's something useful and interesting. In this case, I've seen this list of bills proposed in the US house of representatives several places. All the times I've seen it however, it's just text (and often on twitter …

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Live on Gitlab

Thu February 02 2017 by Christopher Aedo

Last year when gitlab announced they would offer free site hosting with custom domains (similar to github pages) I decided it was about time I looked into moving this blog. Until today, it had been hosted on a VM running on either Google Compute, OVH, Vexxhost or AWS. I think …

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A Typical Brewday

Fri December 30 2016 by Christopher Aedo

While writing about my electric brewing system I thought it would be helpful to outline what a typical brew day looks like with that setup. Since that post was already getting too long I decided to put this in it's own relatively small post.

The FIRST step is to figure …

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