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.
1 pound ground beef
1 pound Italian sausage
1 cup crushed pork rind crumbs
2 large garlic cloves, minced
1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
1 tablespoon chopped fresh basil
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
½ cup Parmesan or shredded mozzarella
¼ cup heavy cream mixed with ¼ cup water
5 sticks mozzarella string cheese cut into 4-5 pieces each.
½-¾ cups or Rao’s Homemade marinara sauce
1. Add everything except the sliced mozzarella and marinara sauce into a bowl and combine with your hands until well blended!
3. Pinch off a golf-ball sized piece of the meatball mixture and roll into a ball. Flatten into a circle, then place one of the pieces of mozzarella in the middle of the circle. Wrap the meatball around the cheese to completely enclose it and roll into a ball again. Repeat with the remaining meat mixture; you should have enough for about 16-18 meatballs.
4. Heat ½ cup of marinara in a sauce pan. Add meatballs and cover with more sauce if desired. Cover and cook on medium high heat for 12-15 mins. Alternatively, bake in a 400 F oven for 20 minutes, until browned and cooked through.
The five card spread is typical in Lenormand and works well in terms of the sentence-like reading style. The middle card acts as the significator card, so you can either draw cards randomly and the card that falls in that space is the central theme, or you can shuffle and then find the significator card within the deck and draw the two cards in front of and the two cards behind in order to get your spread. The significator does not need to be a card that represents you or the one asking the question–in fact I never read like this–I pick the significator based on the content of the question being asked. So, for Lenormand, love questions I seek the heart or the ring based on the context, but with Tarot you can use The Lovers, or Two of Cups, etc. as the significator.
For those already comfortable with Lenormand, the next steps should be easy. For those who have never read Lenormand, single card draws are rarely done, or if they are, they give you minimal information. Cards are usually drawn in pairs and the one card modifies or flavors the context of the other. I say sentence-like reading style because you can think of it as subject+modifier/noun+adjective, etc. When it comes to multiple card draws, it follows like a sentence/additional sentences–noun+verb+adjective, noun+verb+adverb, etc.
So in reading the first card plus the second card, the first card is the subject and it is being modified or flavored by the second card. In the example reading above, you have The Moon + The Priestess. The Moon is the subject, so you would pull out a noun from the keywords for that card, e.g. mystery, unknown, dream, madness, unconscious, symbol, illusion. The Priestess is the modifier so you would pull out adjectives from the keywords of the card, e.g. intuitive, mysterious, emotional, clairvoyant, perceptive, insightful, sensitive, innate. Then you combine the two. Examples of this could include:
In the five card spread, you pull out pairs and string together their meanings to construct a narrative. Here I break down the example card pull.
1+2: The Moon + The Priestess = Emotional madness. 1+3: The Moon + The Devil = Oppressive madness. 2+4: The Priestess + 6 of Cups Rx = Immediate emotions. 3+5: The Devil + The Empress Rx = Restrained oppression. 4+5: 6 of Cups Rx + The Empress Rx = Restrained (to) present.
Then you string together to create the narrative. So in this example, you have:
Emotionally overwhelming times (emotional madness, oppressive madness). In order to stabilize the situation (restrained oppression), dwelling in the past or on the future needs to be limited (Immediate emotions, restrained to present).
For people used to doing very in-depth readings using Tarot, this might seem really off-putting as you are boiling down the meanings to the bare-bones, but that is exactly why I love Lenormand. Most people doing a 5 card spread could probably write several paragraphs explaining the nuances, but for people who want quick, direct responses, I think this is an awesome way to achieve it. When reading for myself, this helps me to avoid over-analyzing to get the answer I want. It’s hard to fudge the results in a biased way when it’s this simple.
So for someone who prefers Lenormand but still loves Tarot, you can have your cake and eat it too :)
Shuffle you’re deck and fan it out. Close your eyes and ask your question three times.With left hand choose one card and place face down. do this two more times. Asking the same question before you pick. You should have three face down cards. Turn them all over. Three yes cards means yes. Two yes cards means most likely. Three no cards mean no and two no cards mean not likely.
-2 of Swords
-4 of Swords
-4 of Cups
-5 of Wands
-7 of Wands
-3 of Swords
-5 of Swords
-6 of Swords
-7 of Swords
-8 of Swords
-9 of Swords
-10 of Swords
-Prince of Swords
-10 of Wands
-5 of Cups
-7 of Cups
-8 of Cups
-5 of Wands
-All The Rest
1. Butter up one or two disposable pie/foil pans 2. In a large bowl, whisk together warm milk, melted butter, and granulated sugar. The mixture should be just warm. If it feels too hot, allow it to cool just a bit. 3. Sprinkle the yeast evenly over the mixture and let set for 1 minute. 5. Add 4 cups of all-purpose flour to the milk mixture and mix it with a wooden spoon just until it’s all combined properly. 6. Cover the bowl with a towel or plastic wrap and set in a warm place to rise for 1 hour. 7. Preheat oven to 350˚F/180˚C 8. After 1 hour, the dough should have nearly doubled in size. Take the towel off and add an additional ¾ cup of flour, the baking powder, and then the salt. Stir well, then take it out of the bowl and onto a floured surface. 9. Knead the dough lightly, adding additional flour as necessary, until the dough just loses its stickiness. 10. Roll the dough out into a large rectangle, about ½-inch thick. 11. Spread the softened butter evenly over the dough. 12. Sprinkle evenly with brown sugar and a generous sprinkling of cinnamon. Press the mixture into the butter. 13. Roll up the dough, forming a log, and pinch the seam closed. Place seam-side down. Trim off any unevenness on either end. 14. Cut the log in half, then divide each half into 7 evenly sized pieces (not too thick) 15. Place the cinnamon rolls in each cake pan. Cover with plastic wrap and place in a warm place to rise for 30 minutes. 16. Remove plastic wrap. Bake the cinnamon rolls in a preheated oven for 25-30 minutes, until golden brown. 17. While the cinnamon rolls are baking, prepare the frosting. In a medium-size mixing bowl, whisk together cream cheese, butter, vanilla, whole milk, and powdered sugar, until smooth. 18. Remove the cinnamon buns from the oven. While still warm, drizzle evenly with frosting.
Hello and welcome to the first wildcardshipping week! You might be unfamiliar with this ship so let me enlighten you : this week will center around the relationship between P5 protagonist and Yu Narukami/Souji Seta.
The week will be taking place between april 4-10 and all types of medias are welcome! (Fanarts, fanfics/drabbles, edits, gifs, amv’s, etc…)
The promptsare as follows :
Day 1 - First meeting/Misunderstanding Day 2 - Double identity/Accomplice Day 3 - Costume(s)/Parkour Day 4 - Wild Card/Shadow(s) Day 5 - Comfort/Cat(s) Day 6 - Domestic/Heat Day 7 - It’s the free theme day! You can choose any theme you like.
(If you need some inspiration for day 7, there are leftovers themes so don’t hesitate to shoot an ask!)
How it works :
That’s it for the prompts, I suggest checking out the rules for more details about how you can participate. Don’t forget to tag your posts with #wildcardshippingweek so that we can reblog everything.
I hope you’ll give this pairing a chance and come participate, don’t hesitate to spread the word to give this ship some love! ;D
((Photo 1)) Name: Min Suga Birthdate: 93.03.09 Blood Type: O Specialty: Making Music Hobby: Lying down Notable achievements: Breathing for 25 years straight Preferred Computer Softwares: Cubase Typing Speed: 500 syllables per minute Certification: Class C drivers licence, 2nd grade - Word Processor, Government-recognized human cultural asset in the art of lying down Self-Skill Evaluation: Art - 10/100 Sport - 50/100 Lyrics - 90/100 Memorization - 30/100
Daily food consumption: I eat whenever I’m hungry Daily drink consumption: 4-5 cups of coffee
Notes: Has nice skin
((Photo 2)) Habit: Biting my nails My motto: I am a genius Movie that describes me: Scarface My biggest charm point that beats no other is: Weak health My perfect fatal flaw is: My bad memory What I think about often nowadays: I’m so hungry
~What I Like~ Who I look up to: My father Sports: Basketball Favorite Song: First Love Snack: Coffee Material of performing uniform: Cotton Fashion Style: [Look at the picture that Suga drew] I like long sleeves
~What I Don’t Like~ Season/Weather: I hate that winter is cold When I don’t like myself: When I’m hungry Most recent embarrassing moment: Don’t have any
((Photo 3)) Drawing of me growing up: [Look at Suga’s drawing]
~Relationship with members~ Jungkook thinks of me as: A hyung Jungkook to me is: The maknae RapMonster thinks of me as: The second hyung RapMonster to me is: The leader V thinks of me as: A white person V to me is: Full of charm Jin thinks of me as: A dongsaeng Jin to me is: The biggest hyung J-Hope thinks of me as: My life saver J-Hope to me is: J-Hope Jimin thinks of me as: A hyung from Daegu Jimin to me is: Busan tough guy
~Future goals~ Personal goal of 2017: To produce and release a lot of songs What is needed to achieve that goal: I need to write a lot of songs What I want to do before I die: Become an amazing/respectable person Something that I improved in comparison to last year: my age, my apetite My biggest potential: To become older
~Personal Bragging Time~ I am a genius in everything.
MBTI personality test result: INFP Accuracy: 0.5, half a star The part of the test that explains / fits my personality well: In order to learn how to be consistent, start with the small things and then go from there.
~Recommendation~ I, Min Suga, as a member of BTS, recommend Genius Suga.
5 items from Milla’s Corner Coronett set originally made for TS3, converted to TS4. Thanks so much for your blessing to share your amazing creations, @millascreativecornerblog.
Here’s what you get:
Arm Chair, 6 swatches. I know @13pumpkin31 already released a conversion of this chair. I converted it prior her release; I just didn’t release it. To me, there is virtually no difference between my chair conversion and hers. If you already have hers in game, keep it in there. It will work just fine with the below mentioned blanket, I’m sure. IMO, it looks better than mine ;)
Arm Chair Blanket, 9 swatches. It’s already at the proper height to fit on the back of the Arm Chair so no need to move it up or down. I only tested it with this arm chair, so I’m not so sure how it would look/work on others….
Sideboard, 4 swatches, 5 slots
Coffee Cup, 3 swatches
Ceiling Light, 2 swatches, fully functional
Deco Stair Storage, 4 swatches, 9 slots, 3 on each stair rise, as shown in the preview picture above. For some odd reason, the slots on the 2nd highest stair act dumb and you’ll have to play around to get objects on there, but the slots are there so *shrugs*.