bad valleys

Recipe: Fried Eel

Description: Greasy but flavorful.

Game ingredients: Eel, Oil

This recipe restores 75 energy and 30 health. It gives a +1 Luck bonus and can be obtained from George after reaching 3 hearts. It sells for 120g. 

Difficulty: Easy, 15 minutes. Serves 5.

The serving size is as such because although this dish is actually very tasty, it’s not easy to eat a lot of it in one sitting. It should be eaten as an appetizer.

-1 Eel
-1 cup breadcrumbs
-¼ cup ketchup
-1 teaspoon pepper
-1 tablespoon horseradish
-Lemon wedges (optional)

Spread the breadcrumbs over a cutting board or a sheet of wax paper. Rinse the eel in water and then roll it in the breadcrumbs to fully coat it.

In a frying pan, drizzle just a few tablespoons of oil or butter in the pan, just enough to thinly coat the bottom. Heat over medium-high heat, and drop the eel in. 

Fry the eel on both sides until the breadcrumbs start to brown, then reduce the heat to medium-low. Cook for about 4 minutes on each side til the breadcrumbs are well-browned and the eel is fully cooked. 

In a small dish, combine the ketchup, pepper, and horseradish to make a fish sauce. 

Serve the eel with the wedges and sauce. The best way to eat this is in small portions.

The eel has a light taste, but the bulk of the flavour comes from the sauce, and the crunch of the breadcrumbs offers a good contrast to the tender fish. In my opinion, it’s much better than the spicy eel. 



The San Fernando Valley in film 

Back To The Future (1985) - 535 N. Victory Blvd, Burbank 

The Karate Kid (1984) - 19223 Saticoy St. Reseda 

American Beauty (1999) - 20105 Saticoy St. Winnetka “Mr. Smiley’s” 

The Bad News Bears (1976) - 10500 Mason Ave. Chatsworth

Boogie Nights (1997) - 12036 Ventura Blvd. Studio City

Pulp Fiction (1994) - 20933 Roscoe Blvd. Canoga Park

Superbad (2007) - 1700 Victory Blvd. Glendale

Clueless (1995) - 5600 Vineland Avenue, North Hollywood

rouge-l  asked:

What shows do you watch?

Hmm.. I don’t watch a lot regularly anymore actually, mostly just Youtube.. But the ones I keep up with still are Rick and Morty, Game of Thrones, South Park, and I keep an eye out for more Attack on Titan.

Other than that I often rewatch some “lighter” favourites, like Gravity Falls, The Last Airbender or Adventure Time and HarmonQuest :D

Honorable mentions: Breaking Bad, Mr Robot, Silicon Valley, Firefly, Planet Earth 1 & 2 and One Punch Man

The Stardew Valley emo™

I think the only thing that bugs me about marriage in Stardew Valley is that the other characters go about their day, with or without them, like nothing has changed.

I was looking for Sebastian to give him a bulletin board quest, and I found him standing alone in Sam’s room.

Then I remembered they used to hang out all the time, and sometimes I’ll catch Sebastian alone where he used to watch Sam play video games. It’s kinda sad to see him there. XD

The sad part is I know that changing daily routines is hard to program for this sort of thing, but I still can’t help but think “If Sam is married, than *person he used to hang out with at this time* will do something else.” would be nice. Or have them visit said person at *my* house instead.

I dunno.