How many different ways can you make change for $1, given quarters and dimes? What about the general case with some amount and a list of different types of coins? The key observation is that we can divide the solutions into two parts: those that requires the first coin and those that don't. From this observation a recursive function "count" can be devised, with count(money, coins.tail) + count(money-coins.head, coins), together with some common sense base cases, will show how many ways we can make change. (86 words)

The most important thing about scrambled eggs is stopping them from overcooking. Start off with eggs in the pan and some butter. Don't salt or whisk the eggs before they get into your pan. Use a spatula. Start on a generous heat. Give them a break from the heat once they get going, so they can combine and avoid drying out, repeat three or four times. Continue stirring, it's a live thing. When it starts to get together, take it off. Put creme fraiche to cool it. Season with salt, peppar and a touch of chives. Recipe by Gordon Ramsay. (100 words)

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