Breadcrumb Chicken Wings


  • 6 chicken wings 
  • 1/4 cup of all purpose flour
  • 1 egg 
  • 1/4 cup of bread crumbs 
  • About 1 teaspoon of all purpose spice mix
  • 3 tablespoons of all purpose wings sauce, optional


  1. Grab three bowls and place your flour in one, your egg in one, and your bread crumbs in one. 
  2. Scramble your egg and sprinkle in some seasoning mix. Sprinkle in some seasoning mix into the flour and bread crumb too! 
  3. Take your chicken wing and dredge it in the flour, then egg, and finally the bread crumbs. Repeat for the rest of the wings. 
  4. Air fry at 380 for 15 minutes. Take out of the fryer and coat with sauce or keep dry. Its totally up to you!

Oven Baked Ribs

How To Cook Ribs in the Oven

  1. Remove the membrane (remember, this ensures fall-off-the-bone ribs).
  2. Generously season both sides with salt and pepper. This is also a great opportunity for adding more flavor with your favorite spice rub.
  3. Cover the ribs with aluminum foil. 
  4. Bake the ribs at a low temperature (275F) for 3 to 4 hours or until they are tender.
  5. Top the baked ribs with barbecue sauce then broil (or grill) the ribs for a few minutes until the sauce is caramelized.

MIssissippi Pot Roast


  • 3-4 lbs beef chuck
  • 1 packet ranch seasoning
  • 1 packet au jus gravy
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter (optional)
  • 1/2 16oz jar peperoncini peppers (about 10 peppers and ½ cup juice)


  1. Place the chuck roast in a 6-quart slow cooker.
  2. Sprinkle with ranch and au jus packets.
  3. Top with pieces of butter, peppers and juice.
  4. Cover and cook on LOW for 8 hours or until tender and falls apart with a fork.

Oven Method

Cover baking dish tightly with foil and bake at 300°F for about 1 hour per pound, or until easily shredded with a fork.

Honey Garlic Kielbasa


  • 1 Pork Kielbasa Sliced
  • 1 Sweet Potato chopped
  • 4 Small Potatoes in any varietychopped *see note
  • 2 Heads of Broccoli chopped
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 1-2 Teaspoons Kosher Salt
  • Pinch of Black Pepper

Honey Garlic Sauce

  • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Butter unsalted
  • 2 Tablespoons Honey
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
  • 3 Cloves of Garlic
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon Dijon or Stone Ground Mustard
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Dried Basil
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Dried Oregano


  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  • Prepare the honey garlic sauce and set aside 1-2 Tablespoons for serving.
  • Spread the olive oil on a baking sheet and add the sweet potatoes, and potatoes. Sprinkle with kosher salt and pepper and toss to coat.
  • Add the kielbasa to the pan and brush with the main sauce, leaving those 1-2 tablespoons aside.
  • Bake for 20 minutes, add the broccoli and continue to bake for another 5-10 minutes, or until the broccoli is a vibrant green.
  • Remove from the oven and brush the kielbasa with that remaining sauce or drizzle it all over everything and enjoy!

How to make Linux automatically reboot after a kernel panic

To turn it on, you can set the kernel.panic kernel parameter.

For a running system:

# echo 10 >/proc/sys/kernel/panic

Here, 10 is the number of seconds before the kernel reboots. 0 means the feature is disabled.

To make the configuration persistent, you have 2 choices:

  1. add the kernel parameter panic=10 to your bootloader (grub or grub2).
  2. add kernel.panic = 10 to /etc/sysctl.conf by typing in the terminal sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf.

After you enabled the auto reboot after kernel panic, you may need to check the uptime and logs or create a @reboot cron jobs to send emails or use some other mechanisms to know that there was a auto reboot caused by a kernel panic.


Compositing with blend modes

A layer’s blend mode can be changed from its menu on the timeline or from the Control panel. Some effects have their own blend modes and masks also have a selection of blend modes.

Each blend mode combines pixels together in a unique manner, as explained below:


The standard blend mode. Layers are not mixed at all and are simply rendered one on top of the other.


Pixel values are added together. This will usually result in a brighter resulting image. Useful for compositing light-based visual effects such as light flares, muzzle flashes and stock explosions. Adding high values together will result in white.


Retains the hue and chroma of the bottom layer and the luma of the top layer.

Color burn

Divides the inverted bottom layer by the top layer, then inverts the result.

Color dodge

Divides the bottom layer by the inverted top layer.


Compares the pixel values of each layer and retains only the darkest one, for each pixel.


Subtracts the bottom layer from the top layer. Very useful for comparing identical layers to ensure correct alignment.


Pixels are taken randomly from each layer. High opacity will cause the top layer to be given priority. Will usually result in a grainy image.


Divides the pixel values of each layer with the other layers.


Similar to Difference blending but with lower contrast.

Hard light

A combination of Multiply and Screen blend modes. Similar to Overlay but with the layers swapped.


Retains the luma and chroma of the bottom layer and the hue of the top layer.


Compares the pixel values of each layer and retains only the brightest one, for each pixel.


Retains the hue and chroma of the bottom layer and the luma of the top layer.


Multiplies the pixel values of each layer.


Combines Multiply and Screen blend modes.


Retains the luma and hue of the bottom layer and the chroma of the top layer.


The pixel values of the layers are inverted, multiplied, then inverted again. Results in a brighter picture but with more subtlety than using an Add blend. Appropriate for compositing stock elements such as smoke and glows.

Soft light

A softer version of Hard Light.


Subtracts the pixel values from each layer. If a negative value is reached, black is displayed.