1. Destroy the keyboard. Open it up and take out the microprocessor and controller circuitry of a keyboard.
2. Wash you plastic pear. Make sure that it is completely dry. Then make a small cut on the bottom of the pear. On its surface mark where you want to install the delete buttons. For each button drill two small holes, from where the cables will come out.
3. Solder the wires to the board. Do a test which wires are deleting when plugged into a computer. Cut away the wires you do not need.
4. Stuck the board with cables inside the pear and push out the wires from the holes you drilled. It might take some time. Be patient!
5. Solder the buttons to the wires.
6. Glue the Delete buttons on the push buttons.
7. Plug it into a computer and make a fun program in Processing. Display it in a fabulous way.
If you live in New Zealand then it is common in offices where a colleague brings once in a while a lot of fruits in the table for everyone to share, this is because most of the average homes here have their own fruit trees from peaches, apples, plums, lemons topears
Gently stir in pears. Heat oven to 350°F. Spoon into greased 8-inch square 2 quart baking dish. Drop dough evenly over pear mixture into 9 mounds. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes or until filling is set and biscuits are golden brown. 2 (29 ounce) cans pears, drained, cubed
sooo I present to you this easy and tasty pear tart. As much as I hate I didn't get to bake anything with peaches over the summer, I will not let fall pass me by without baking with some of it's bounty