luke skywalker canonically grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere, space and you hooligans are tryin to convince me that this sunshine boy wouldn’t say “y’all” in his everyday speak bless your lying hearts
Königsberger Klopse, aka Soßklopse, are a Prussian specialty of meatballs in a white cream sauce with capers. They’re named for the Prussian city of Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) and are a highlight of East Prussian cuisine. In the former DDR/East Germany, the dish was called Kochklopse to avoid any reference to its namesake city, which in the aftermath of WW2 had been annexed by the Soviet Union. The German inhabitants were expelled, and the city was repopulated with Russians and renamed after Mikhail Kalinin, a close ally of Joseph Stalin. Königsberger Klopse were jokingly referred to as Revanchistenklopse. Traditionally, they’re made from finely minced veal, though less expensive beef or pork is often substituted, like in this recipe. Serve with boiled potatoes or rice and lemon.
250 g Hackfleisch vom Schwein - 250 g Tatar - 1 Brötchen - 2 Eier - 1 Schalotte - 1/2 EL Sardellenpaste - 1/2 TL Majoran - 40 g Butter - 40 g Mehl - 1/2 Liter Rinderbrühe - 3-5 EL Kapern - 100 ml Wein, weiß - 1/2 Zitrone, den Saft - Salz und Pfeffer - 1 TL Zucker - 2 Eigelb - 1/8 Liter saure Sahne
Hack, eingeweichtes, ausgedrücktes Brötchen, Eier und geriebene Zwiebel vermischen. Mit Sardellenpaste, Salz, Pfeffer und Majoran abschmecken. Aus der Masse Klopse formen. Rinderbrühe zum Kochen bringen, und die Klopse darin in etwa 15 Min gar ziehen, aber nicht mehr kochen lassen, sonst zerfallen sie! Wenn sie oben schwimmen sind sie gar. Man kann nun die Klopse aus der Brühe nehmen und die Brühe absieben, um sie für die Soße zu verwenden. Für die Soße Butter oder Margarine erhitzen, und das Mehl darin andünsten. Nach und nach unter Rühren die Fleischbrühe hinzufügen. Die Soße aufkochen und ein paar Minuten kochen lassen; anschließend mit Wein, Zitronensaft, Zucker, Pfeffer und Salz abschmecken. Die Kapern nun ebenfalls zufügen. Eigelb und Sahne verrühren und unter die Soße mischen. Nun nicht mehr kochen lassen und Klopse in die Soße geben. Die Menge ergibt ca. 12 Klopse.
1. Team 8 chose literally the most untrackable team to track
2. Kiba blushed more times when people said Naruto than Hinata usually does
3. Hinata and Kiba are not scared of Shino’s insects, because they literally wore airtight suits of his insects so they couldnt be tracked
4. Shino and Kiba have apparently known the Kidaichu and Three Headed Wolf jutsus since before the chunin exams, and havent shown them off until the war because they literally just dont get enough fight scenes
5. Shino can use his insects to play dead. Weekend At Shino’s is coming soon to theatres
6. Shino and Hinata did most of the work, but Kiba landing the final blow made him believe it was all his doing. His other two teammates are too exasperated to tell him otherwise
7. Shino blew up a 10 year olds giant pet mole. The trend of Shino doing ruthless shit in the chunin exams is still going strong
8. Kiba has not washed his clothes since long before the chunin exams even began and it somehow helps save the day
I love— I have a very close soft spot for Karen, I love Karen. She’s my great, great friend. And she’s just— y'know, she’s just so ridiculous. I can’t even begin to tell you. Y'know, she seems like, ”[imitating Karen’s accent] Oooh nooo, I’m in a world of my own,“ but actually, she’s very smart, and she’s really clever, and she’s very funny, and she’s a great drinking buddy as well, so. But she’s from Scotland, they know how to do it. Um, and yeah, so, y'know. I’d run through a brick wall for Kazza. I would.
Matt Smith talking about Karen Gillan during his panel at the St. Louis Wizard World Comic Con