Success and Experimentation

The trick was adding a new credential to act as a proxy to run the SQL job instead of the agent. I added one of the usual service accounts we use, but that ran into the same error. I then used my own account which has sa privileges since I'm a DBA and the job ran. Excellent! Now I'll create a user with the least amount of privileges needed to run SQL jobs as it's bad form to use a user account attached to a real person, as people quit, get fired, or sometimes change their name.

I looked in my freezer a while ago and mistook the giant bag of frozen meat as ham, but it is actually pork shoulder, which makes me happy - it means I can make two rounds of Spicy Pineapple Pork instead of one! I'll still be making Ham and Bean soup this weekend with the other bag of actual frozen ham, and am researching spices for that. Yes, I know it'll probably just be chili powder, cumin, paprika, salt, pepper and garlic, but what about garlic salt? Or celery salt? What if I try a mixture of hot sauces, or just one that best complements the soup?

This evening, I sauteed a diced onion and minced garlic in butter, then poached three eggs, and make chicken ramen, and tossed the onion, garlic and eggs in after the seasoning packet from the ramen. It was tasty, but needed something to brighten it up. I think tomorrow I'll try olive oil instead of butter, and red chili flakes as a finish.

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