1 wine

92 TRUTHS

okay time to finally do this then, I was tagged by @4zarry and @harryteasontable tyvm

Rules: Once you have been tagged you are supposed to write 92 truths about yourself. At the end, choose 25 people to tag!

THE LAST…
1. Drink: White wine

2. Phone call: My dad called me

3. Text message: I was out last night so its from a guy who wanted to meet up

4. Song you listened to: 2AM - Astrid (Loveless remix)

5. Time you cried: Last night, when I saw the last Skam-episode

HAVE YOU EVER…
6. Dated someone twice: Yes, my ex-boyfriend. We tried making it work after we broke it off but it didn´t work out the last time either

7. Been cheated on: No 


8. Kissed someone and regretted it: Yes I do weird things when im drunk

9. Lost someone special: Yes 

10. Been depressed: Yes, I was diagnosed actually, but it´s a long time ago so I¨m fine and dandy now

11. Gotten drunk and thrown up: Yesss too many times

LIST 3 FAVOURITE COLORS:
12. Light pink

13. Black (is that a color?)

14. Orange


IN THE LAST YEAR HAVE YOU…
15. Made new friends: Yes

16. Fallen out of love: Yes

17. Laughed until you cried: Yes

18. Found out someone was talking about you: People are always talking about me, saying frankly super bizarre things

19. Met someone who changed you: Yes, I´m super adaptable. I´ll change my accent depending on who I´m with without me even noticing it. And also the way I act, a super stupid thing i do

20. Found out who your true friends are: Yes, or at least found out who the good guys are

21. Kissed someone on your Facebook list: Yes

22. How many of your Facebook friends do you know in real life: Considering i hav 1,192 Facebook friends I would probably say about 70%

23. Do you have any pets: Yes, a cat named Barlando and two dogs named Molly and Kaisa (Kaisa is Molly´s daughter)

24. Do you want to change your name: No, I like Frida

25. What did you do for your last birthday: I dont even remember. Probably ate som good food and drank som good wine before getting totally shitfaced and doing something stupid that i regretted after. Idk bc i´ve probably suppressed whatever happened 

26. What time did you wake up: Today? At 12 am or something 

27. What were you doing at midnight last night: Drinking wine

28. Name something you cannot wait for:To get out of this town

29. When was the last time you saw your mother: Last night, she was drunk too, we had a nice chat

30. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life: Honestly, I wish I had more money. I´m not gonna sit here and pretend I wished the moon was brighter or that I wrote better poems. I´m super platonic and materialistic, so I just wish I had fuckloads of money

31. What are you listening to right now: Nothing except the wind, bc my window is open

32. Have you ever talked to a person named Tom: My dad´s name is Tom

33. Something that is getting on your nerves: The fact that none of my friends seem to be loyal or really care about me, they just think its cool being friends with me

34. Most visited website: Probs netflix

35. Elementary: Yes 


36. High School: Yes.

37. College/university: After summer, studying law

38. Hair colour: Dark brown

39. Long or short hair: I just cut it shorter but i think its still regarded as long

40. Do you have a crush on someone: I´m always crushing on someone

41. What do you like about yourself: A lot of things, I´m pretty self-confident, and I think that´s good

42. Piercings: My ears and one of my nipples

43. Blood type: No idea

44. Nickname: Frida b orrrr Barland

45. Relationship status: Single 

46. Zodiac sign: Aquarius 


47. Pronouns: She/her. 

48. Favourite TV show: Sherlock Holmes

49. Tattoos: Planning to get one soon

50. Right or left hand: Right

FIRST…
51. Surgery: Idek if i´ve had one, ever

52. Piercing: My ears

54. Sport: Football was my first I think, or gymnastics, or track and field, I dont remember. Could be handball or golf or dancing (if you consider that a sport), horseriding and climbing too. It all happened very much at the same time I think 

55. Vacation: No idea

56. Pair of trainers: Probably a pair of those pink ones with the blinking lights or something

57. Eating: Right now? Nothing

58. Drinking: Nothing

59. I’m about to: Get something to eat

60. Listening to: Nothing

61. Waiting for: food

62. Want: to get food

63. Get married: Idek if i want that

64. Career: well yeah i want one eventually

YOUR TYPE…
65. Hugs or kisses: Kisse

66. Lips or eyes: Lips!!!!

67. Shorter or taller: Taller. 

68. Older or younger: doesn´t matter

70. Nice arms or nice stomach: Stomach

71. Sensitive or loud: Sensitive but not afraid to be loud

72. Hook up or relationship: Usually hook ups but I´ve done that for such a long time now so I think when I start going back to school imma search fro something serious

73. Troublemaker or hesitant: Troublemaker

HAVE YOU EVER…
74. Kissed a stranger?: Yes

75. Drank hard liquor?: Yes 

76. Lost glasses contact/lenses: Only sunglasses

77. Turned someone down: Yes

78. Sex on first date: Yes, but I dont really date. It´s more of a one night stand after a party type of thing. It´s very normal in norway

79. Broken someone’s heart: Yes

80. Had your heart broken: Yes 

81. Been arrested: Yes

82. Cried when someone died: Yes

83. Fallen for a friend: Yes

DO YOU BELIEVE IN…
84. Yourself: Yes.

85. Miracles: Yes. 

86. Love at first sight: Yes

87. Santa Claus: No

88. Kiss on the first date: Yes

89. Angels: Yes.

OTHER…
90. Current best friend’s name: I don´t really have one. As I said, all the people who try to become friends with be only do it bc it´s considered “cool”. No one really cares about me and that sucks, so no best friends for me

91. Eye colour: Blue

92. Favourite movie: Moonrise Kingdom


I´m tagging @harry-wonderland, @myfadedheart, @only4ngel, @harryandlana, @tiostyles, @causeitsweird, @adonisstyles, @clareuchima, @honeysucklestyles, @harryathegarage, @seasonsofstyles, @haroldsbee, @harrypleasse, @lemoneyesharry, @minirose, @essentialharry, @mtvstyles, @honeyskins, @sing-me-a-song-harry, @sofa-boy (i have no idea if any of u have done it before sorry)

lovely ; songs i listen to when i’m so full of love that i feel like i could burst.

1. cherry wine - hozier // 2. nothing - lewis watson // 3. you - keaton henson // 4. only love - ben howard // 5. holocene- bon iver // 6. slow dancing in a burning room - john mayer // 7. bones - ben howard // 8. work song - hozier // 9. sweetheart, what have you done to us? - keaton henson // 10. stay - lewis watson // 11. from afar - vance joy // 12. first day of my life - bright eyes // 13. we all die trying to get it right - vance joy // 14. latch (acoustic) - sam smith // 15. cough syrup - young the giant // 16. for emma - bon iver // 17. we found each other in the dark - city and colour // 18.  make it to me (stripped) - sam smith // 19. skinny love (cover) - ed sheeran // 20. let it go - james bay // 21. tenerife sea - ed sheeran // 22. your body is a wonderland - john mayer // 23. hold back the river - james bay

also also, last half-salty, half-amused post I swear BUT

IM STILL LAUGHING AT THE FLYING WATER KAMUI IN THE END because I’d tweeted this nonsense before the finale aired:

Sorey and Mikleo finally fulfilled their birb dreams and ascended to the skies above LMAO ADKJFKHGSKJGGS

Recipe: Fiddlehead Risotto

Description: A creamy rice dish served with sautéed fern heads. It’s a little bland. 

Game ingredients: Oil, Fiddlehead Fern, Garlic

This recipe restores 225 energy and 101 health. It can be obtained from the Cooking Channel. It sells for 350g. 

Difficulty: Medium, 1 hour. Serves 3.

I set the difficulty to medium because it can be a little labour intensive for some, but don’t be scared off by that! It’s mostly because it requires some extra precision. Also, contrary to the description, it’s not bland.

Risotto: 
-400g Arborio rice, or any other Italian short-grain rice
-5 cups/1.2L vegetable broth
-1 cup white wine
-2 cloves garlic
-1 small onion
-2 tablespoons olive oil
-½ teaspoon each of salt, pepper, and oregano
-½ cup grated parmesan cheese
-2 tablespoons butter

Fiddleheads:
-230g fiddleheads
-2 tablespoons butter
-Pinch of garlic powder
-Salt and pepper, to taste

Soak the fiddleheads in a bowl of cold water for a few minutes, and then drain in a colander and rinse off excess bits of leaves to clean them. Remove any darkened bits. Put off to the side. 

Boil the vegetable broth in a saucepan over high heat, and then reduce to low heat and simmer to keep it warm. Mince the garlic and finely chop the onion. In a large saucepan, heat the olive oil over medium-high, and then add in the garlic and onion and sauté for 5 minutes or til soft, stirring frequently. 

Reduce the heat to medium. Add the rice to the garlic and onion, along with the salt, pepper, and oregano. Cook for 2 minutes, stirring constantly to prevent the rice from being burned while frying, and then add the white wine. Stir the wine into the rice until it’s mostly all absorbed. The smell of the garlic, onion, and wine will be pretty strong, so don’t lean in too close.

With a ladle, add ½ cup of vegetable broth at a time to the rice. Stir constantly until almost all the broth is absorbed, and then add another ½ cup of broth. Repeat this process for about 25 minutes, or until the rice is creamy and tender with a slightly firm centre. If you run out of broth and the rice needs more liquid, use hot water until it’s done.

Before the rice is complete, pour about 4 or 5 cups of water into a medium saucepan and cook over high on a separate burner. If you’ve timed it well, the rice will be done by the time the water boils. Turn off the heat on the rice and place a lid on it to keep it warm. 

Place the fiddleheads in the boiling water and cook for 7 minutes, and then drain the water in a colander. 

In a frying pan, melt the butter over medium-high, and then add the fiddleheads. Add the salt, pepper, and garlic powder and sauté until tender. 

Combine the fiddleheads into the pot of rice, leaving a few extra to drop on top before serving. 

Fiddlehead Risotto is creamy and delicious, and the fiddleheads offer a refreshing taste against the starch of the rice. It’s an excellent combination.

-SVR

Bealtaine Recipies

Breakfast Ideas -

Irish Porridge with Berry Compote -

(from Irish Cooking by Publications International Ltd.)

This recipe is great with whatever berries are in season near you. I like to use the honey instead of sugar to represent the fruits of our labor as well as the honey the bees make after pollinated the food. Its a very sun representative food to me as well.

Ingredients -  

  • 4 cups plus 1 TBLS divided
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup steel-cut oats
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • ½ tsp ground nutmeg
  • 1/3 cup half and half ( or cream or dairy substitute)
  • ¼ cup of brown sugar or molasses
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries hulled and quartered
  • 6 oz fresh blueberries
  • 6 oz fresh blackberries
  • 3 tsp granulated sugar or honey

Steps

  1. Boil the water with a pinch of salt, then sprinkle in the oats and cinnamon and nutmeg as its boiling. Stir until it begins to thicken, then reduce to simmer for 35-40 min. Add in the cream/non-dairy and molasses/brown sugar.
  2. Combine berries and water in small sauce pan, add in sugar or molasses. Bring to a simmer on medium heat. Cook 8 - 9 min or until tender and the berries still hold their shape.
  3. Decide porridge among 4 bowls and top with the berry compote.

Honey Scones - 

Sounds delicious and from the same book as above. Great for Imbolc as well.

Ingredients - 

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 TBLS brown sugar (packed)
  • 1 TBLS baking powder
  • 6 TBLS butter, melted
  • ½ cup old fashioned oats
  • 1 TBLS granulated sugar
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ¼ cup whipping cream
  • ¼ cup milk
  • 1 egg
  1. 1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees. While heating line the baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. 2. Combine flour, brown sugar, granulated sugar, baking powder, and salt. Stir in the oats. Whisk the milk, cream, melted butter and egg in a separate bowl. Stir wet ingredients into dry until the dough just comes together.
  3. Turn dough onto a floured surface and pat dough into a ¾ in thick circle. Cut the circle into eight triangles.
  4. Arrange triangles onto the baking sheet and bake for 12 - 15 min or until golden brown. Let cool 15 and serve warm, with butter and honey.

Feast Dishes -

Sides - 

 Here are some side dishes that I thought up or read for your feast. These will be in less recipe format then the ones above.

Savory Strawberry Salad -

Ingredients

  • ½ purple onion
  • 1 container strawberries, rinsed and sliced into ¼ inch slices
  • 6 - 8 roma tomatoes sliced into ¼ inch slices
  • 2 TBLS balsamic vinegar
  • salt to taste
  1. Slice onions into ¼ inch quarter rings. Add to a non-reactive bowl. Add the strawberries and tomatoes.
  2. Add balsamic vinegar and a pinch of salt.
  3. Place into the fridge overnight, or the freezer for 1 hour. 
  4. Remove the bowl and let come to room temperature. Serve.

Spring Salad Mix -

Add a fresh made dressing to a bag of salad mix! 

Try these -

  • honey, lime, oilive oil and dill
  • raspberries, balsamic vinegar, olive oil and salt and pepper
  • rice wine vinegar, cilantro, lime, and canola oil
  • lemon, dijon mustard, clove of garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper

Simple Sides -

  • Irish Cheddar and fresh fruit
  • Colcannon
  • Fire Roasted Corn on the cob
  • Fire Roasted Bell Peppers dipped into a creamy dressing (Ranch)
  • Carrots and Celery dipped into hummus
  • Local fresh produce, raw and ready to eat!
  • Red cabbage and sliced apple slaw

Main Course -

  • The main dish should be something that reflects the season, and your celebration. If you are having a bon fire, hot dogs, sausages and other food roasted over the fire are appropriate. 
  • Or fire up the barbecue and grill up some some meat! Carne asada, which is a popular summer meat to grill in SoCal, it is marinated strip steak in lime and other seasonings, and great for this holiday. Also try lime and tequila marinated chicken, grilled salmon, or hamburgers. 
  • Not going to be outside? Try roasting or broiling in the oven. A good beef roast is great, or maybe some broiled fish.
  • Vegatarian? try boca burgers, or other veggie burgers, grilled portabellos with cheese on top, or some seasonal veggies on the grill! I love roasted zucchini on the barbecue or in the broiler.
  • Do what is good to you and appropriate for your diet/nutritional needs and what is in season. Just because the ancient Irish folk ate something at this holiday, it doesn’t mean we can’t eat what we have available or even the modern equivalent of it!

Drinks - 

  • Gewurztraminer with Elderberry Syrup and fresh strawberries and blackberries
  • May Wine - ½ cup of dried sweet woodruff leaves, 1 bottle of Riesling wine, 1 bottle of Sekt (German sparkling wine) or champagne, ¾ cups organic strawberries, chopped. And a pinch of fresh sweet woodruff flowers for garnish
  • Meyer Lemonade infused with lavender and mint
  • Fresh brewed floral tea, such as chamomile, with honey or infused 3 flower sugar, from my other post.

Desserts - I am going to make a whole separate post for Bealtaine desserts!

I hope you enjoyed my post on the foods and recipes I put together for this year’s Beltane!

Another Fairy List

Anonymous said: Could you do some prompts about a human who is the representative of all the other humans and frequently visits the fairy courts to negotiate stuff on their behalf?

Anonymous said: Dude there’s no way that the marriage between the strongest fairy in the world and some little human went over well with all the fey. Could I get some assassination or kidnapping attempts or just general backlash from some of the fey and the humans lovers reaction to this?

Anonymous said: Omg that seelie unseelie and human prompt is now my ot3. More of them please!  

Anonymous said: Sorry if this prompt is repetitive, but could you do some more prompts on fairies unintentionally hurting their lovers/showing each other differences between their worlds? (Honestly that ice rink one was so cute) 


1) The fey wine and dined their business partners like nothing else. They are not creatures capable of lying, but their parties can leave any mortal heady. Susceptible to making promises in pleasure and pridefulness that they’ll still be held accountable to when the night ends.
For the first time, they had absolutely no memory of what had happened the night before.


2) “Don’t let them steal you again,” his lover said. “Honestly, you are far too charming. They’ll never give you back to me. Promise.”
He started to laugh, only to realise that his fairy was being serious. 
“Vicious fucking magpies,” his boyfriend muttered. “Can’t keep their claws off anything beautiful.” The fairy planted kisses to every inch of skin they could reach. More fey then they normally appeared in the human world, all sharp edges and the supernova eyes of the summer prince.
“Hey - hey -” He caught his boyfriend’s chin so he could lock their gazes. “I promise, yeah?” 


3) “Why are two most powerful fey of the winter and summer court fighting over you?”
The human blinked. “Nobody’s fighting anything. We’re very happy together.”


4) “Your family doesn’t like me,” the human said. They stared at his knees, feeling utterly grubby among the splendor of the immortal courts. Utterly inadequate. 
Their fey lover’s head cocked. “Of course they don’t, you’re an insignificant human of no power or social standing. You’re nothing.”
A lump thickened in the human’s throat and their hands began to shake.
Their lover’s eyes widened.  “Oh - no - no - you’re upset. I didn’t mean to upset you.”
“You didn’t mean to upset me telling me I’m nothing?”
The fairy swallowed and moved over. “I like you, if that counts for anything. I like you a lot. I’m sorry I upset you. I - this place - they just don’t understand. You’re everything. To me, you’re everything. That’s not what I meant.”


5) I had been coming for years, I played the game as masterfully as anyone of them. It was the dream job, until I was fired. Those who enter the fairy courts tend towards the youthful, the beautiful. Fey do not age like humans do after all. It was the night of an important negotiation, planned months in advance, and I wasn’t there. And, suddenly, for the first time, the fairies were there instead. In the human world. Eyes ablaze with a rage that I had long since grown unused to, shining too bright and deadly. I shot to my feet. 

“It appears there has been a misunderstanding. Get dressed.” 


6) “If it makes you feel better, they wouldn’t be trying to kill you if they didn’t view you as a threat.” Their lover sounded gleeful. 
“No! That doesn’t make me feel better!”


7) Every night, they came apart. Every morning, they were put together. Winter, to Spring. Summer to Autumn. 


8) “Are you coming or-” They turned, to find their fairy entranced again. Jumping up and down in autumn leaves, a flurry of gold and scarlet. It was, perhaps, the most endearing thing they had ever seen in their entire life. 
The fey beamed, scooping leaves and tossing them in the air. In the fey’s hand they turned as green as summer, only to shrivel back to Autumn in the air. 
“We do not have this,” the fairy whispered. “This is amazing.”
Nothing changed in an endless summer. 

Rose Ice Cream

• ½ cup fresh red rose petals
•1 pint vanilla ice cream, softened
•3/8 cup of red wine
•1/8 cup of rose water
•1 tablespoon powdered sugar
•12 candied rose petals

“Use roses that have not been sprayed with insecticides. Choose petals that are free of dirt and insect nibbling. Wash thoroughly in cold water. Drain on paper towels.

Use a small pair of scissors, snip off the white base of each petal. Place prepared petals into a measuring cup; stop when you have half a cup.

Place prepared petals, wine, rose water and sugar into a blender and process for one minute. Turn out softened ice cream into a bowl. Add red wine-rose water-sugar mixture to ice cream. Stir until blended.

Pour mixture into a container and set in the freezer. Stir once or twice to mix during the freezing process. Let free overnight. Serve with candied rose petals”


I bought years ago a booked by Cunningham called Wicca in the Kitchen just so I could cook recipes. I’m not a Wiccan. But the recipes are still good. I think this one is a good one for self love since Valentine’s Day is coming up. Treat yourself! You can use coconut ice cream as a substitute for those with lactose intolerance. :)

Ostara Honey Cakes

Ingredients:

½ cup Riesling wine (German white wine)
1 egg
2/3 cup flour
1 cup honey
2 tbs sugar
1/8 tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp nutmeg
Dash of salt

Beat the egg together with the wine. In another mixing bowl, sift together the flour, cinnamon, sugar and salt. Add the flour mixture to the egg mixture. Stir until blended through. Let sit for 30 minutes. In another small bowl, mix the honey and nutmeg. In a skillet, heat up about a ½ inch of oil. Drop a tablespoon of batter into the oil and fry until golden brown. Drain off the oil, and dip into the honey mixture.


Back to Ostara, the Spring Equinox

Gløgg (warm mulled wine)

Happy winter Solstice (2 days ago) to my southern hemisphere followers! Since some of you are complaining about the cold (try living in Skyrim guys!), I dedicate today’s recipe to you.
Now Evette San in Solitude is very, very secretive about her spiced wine recipe. I promised when I left the Thieves Guild that I’d put my life of crime behind me, so as tempting as it was to break into her home and steal the recipe…I did not. Instead, I spent a few days at The Winking Skeever making a mess of their kitchen to bring you my own take on San’s Spiced Wine, and they still serve it there. If getting to Solitude is too long a journey for you, you can recreate this from the comfort of your own homes. I hope you enjoy!

You will need:
1 bottle Alto wine or other red wine of choice
2 sticks cinnamon
1 vanilla bean pod, sliced open
½ tbsp whole cloves
1 tsp whole dried peppercorns
1 piece star anise
1 tsp nutmeg
1 ¼ cup honey
1 tsp allspice
Chopped walnuts or almonds (optional)

Method:
In a large pot, bring the wine to a simmer. Add the honey and stir thoroughly until it’s mixed through.

Add all the spices. Bring the wine to a boil and cover with a lid. Boil for 5 minutes, then remove the lid and reduce down to a simmer for another 10 minutes.

Remove from the heat and strain. Ladle into large mugs. Garnish with nuts if you want and enjoy!

Request from @ghstczerny: Kandreil: The first time Andrew watches/tells Kevin what to do to Neil/Kevin calling Neil ‘pretty boy’ in bed

OH MAN SARAH I am so glad you sent this :D  Anyway this is like…. so filthy, so if you don’t want to read smut then…. here’s your warning: HELLA NSFW 

  • Andrew can barely handle getting touched by one person, much less two.  It takes him awhile to warm up to touching Kevin just like how he did with Neil, but they find ways to work around it in the meantime. ;) He quickly learns that he likes to step back and watch Kevin touch Neil.
  • Kevin is so much bigger than both of them—Andrew loves the way he looks hunched over to reach Neil’s lips and how his hands cup Neil’s entire face and wrap around the back of his neck to twist in his hair.
  • If they make out long enough, Kevin’s back starts to ache, (he 2 tol) so he takes to shoving Neil up against walls and dressers and lockers and anything else to eliminate the height difference.
  • The strangled gasps Neil lets out when Kevin manhandles him are a definite bonus.  (Andrew has to swallow hard every time to avoid making a noise himself)
  • One day they’re in the dorm—Andrew’s sat on the windowsill with a cigarette in his mouth, and Kevin has Neil crowded into a corner while they make out—and Andrew just casually blows smoke out the window and says “Get on the bed.”
  • Neil’s eyes go wide and he flushes from his cheeks right down below the collar of his shirt, and he and Kevin both turn to stare at Andrew, who says “yes or no?”

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Recipe: Trout Soup

Description: Pretty salty.

Game ingredients: Rainbow Trout, Green Algae

This recipe restores 100 energy and 45 health. It gives a +1 Fishing bonus and can be obtained from the Cooking Channel. It sells for 100g.

Difficulty: Medium, 1 hour. Serves 5. 

I actually used basa fillets instead of trout ‘cause there wasn’t any decent trout at the store, and it’s almost spawning season. Also the recipe isn’t too difficult, but might require some skill, so I set it to medium just to be safe. My pie hole is a lie hole. 

-1 medium onion
-2 sticks celery
-2 cloves garlic
-1 tablespoon chili powder
-2 tablespoons olive oil
-1 cup white wine
-796mL can of diced tomatoes
-½ butternut squash
-500mL vegetable broth
-2 large fish fillets, thawed
-300g shrimp, tails removed
-1 teaspoon lemon juice
-Salt and pepper, to taste

Finely chop up the onion, celery, and garlic cloves. Grate the butternut squash. You don’t have to remove the rind, but I did. In a large pot, heat the olive oil over medium-high heat and add the vegetables and chili powder. 

Cook for five minutes, stirring occasionally, and then add the wine, diced tomatoes, and vegetable broth. Add the grated butternut squash and reduce the heat to low. Put on a lid and let it simmer for 30 minutes. 

Cut the fish into chunks or slices. If you have frozen shrimp with the tails on, you can run them under hot water in a colander and then easily pull off the tails. 

Add the fish and shrimp to the pot and increase the heat to medium-high. Cook for another ten minutes, stirring occasionally, until the fish is opaque and fully cooked. Add the lemon juice and salt and pepper to your liking. Serve hot. 

This soup is hearty and comforting, with plenty of flavour and a nice combination of chunky and smooth. The butternut squash adds a subtle sweetness. 

-SVR

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Cauliflower Crust Pizza!

- 1 head of cauliflower
- 1 egg
- ½ cup shredded cheese OR 1/3 cup goat cheese
- salt, oregano
- 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar (optional)

1. Rice the cauliflower using a blender/food processor or a cheese grater.
2. Boil about 1 inch of water in a pan and add in cauliflower and let it cook for 4 minutes.
3. Use a sieve to drain off excess water. Using a kitchen towel, wrap cauliflower tightly to wring out as much excess water as possible.
4. In medium bowl, add cauliflower, egg, cheese, and seasonings. (And red wine vinegar if using) Mix well.
5. Using parchment paper or a silicone baking mat, form the mix into your pizza crust. Try and keep the crust ½"-1" thick.
6. Bake at 400 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until crust is slightly browned. Remove crust, add toppings, then bake for additional 10-15 minutes.

I really enjoyed this recipe; the crust isn’t sturdy enough to pick up a slice, but the flavors and texture are nice. Grab a fork and dig in!

People of Germany: Maibowle party at an equestrian event in Bernkastel-Wittlich, Rheinland-Pfalz, Southwestern Germany. Maibowle aka Maitrank, Maiwein or Waldmeisterbowle, is the name of a German beverage that uses wine as a base. It’s served in spring, traditionally on the May Day holiday on May 1 - today. As usual, there are different versions but, traditionally, the base is made by steeping the fragrant herb woodruff (Galium odoratum, known in Germany as Waldmeister) that grows in the forests of Northern Europe in a white wine. This version of the drink is green. There also is a red version, as seen above, which might use raspberry syrup or strawberries. Ingredients such as brandy, sparkling wine or carbonated water and sugar may be added to flavour the drink and create a punch - hence the name Maibowle. Since strawberries are in season at this time of year, they’re often floated in the drink. The town of Arlon in Belgium has a similar specialty drink. Prost. :)🥂

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Friendly reminder that you do NOT have to be rich to be a witch!!

-Broke As Fuck Witch Tip#1: Use old wine bottles as places to store/display your collections of different waters. I rinsed and washed these out thoroughly and they fit right along with the sea witch aesthetic of my eclectic witchcraft, gives it a message in a bottle vibe, I love it!!