best thing i ate there

Dating Hoseok:

Dating Hoseok would include:

  • The first thing he thought when he saw you: “who is this girl?”
  •  He found you interesting but
  • He was going to keep walking, forgetting about your face just as he forgot any other face he saw walking past him almost everyday
  • But that changed when you made eye contact
  • You looked at him
  • And you smiled
  • You just simply smiled and walked away
  • When he got home he was confused
  • The next week he found himself trying to find you in the same place he spotted you the first time
  • He is a confident person but when he saw you again for some reason he just couldn’t move his legs near you
  • Like something was stopping him
  • The next time he saw you was almost the same
  • He couldn’t move
  • But you saw him
  • And when you walked past him you talked
  • “Such a sunny day huh?”
  • He wanted to talk back. He really did. But his tongue had another plan.
  • Great Hoseok. Great. You lost your chance. Again.
  • Back at home he just couldn’t stop thinking about you
  • You were in his mind all the time
  • It was at dinner that he took the decision
  • “Next time. I’ll ask for your name. I promise”
  • “What you said, hyung?”
  • “Noth-”
  • “I think he asked for ramen”
  • The next time he saw you he was ready
  • He didn’t know but you noticed him as soon as you saw him and now he was walking towards you
  • Hoseok, you got this.
  • “Hi”
  • “Hello”
  • “Um, can I know your name?”
  • You smiled
  • “Y/n”
  • Since that day. You guys met at the same spot at the same hour everyday
  • You both always had something to talk about
  • “Awkward silence” doesn’t exist between the two of you
  • Hoseok is always laughing and screaming, it makes you laugh too
  • You guys talk trough imessage when you are not together
  • He was really nervous when he actually decided to ask you out
  • He was sweating
  • Literally screamed when you said yes
  • *lifts you up*
  • “Hoseok no!”
  • *spins you around*
  • When you met the boys they all knew everything about you
  • “Oh, so this is y/n, the cute girl with a beautiful smile”
  • “You mean Y/n the girl who has a dog and two plants?”
  • “I thought you were talking about Y/n, the girl that loves capuccino with vanilla and cinammon?”
  • “Hyung he’s getting mad. Look at his mouth”
  • Hoseok is mad but you are giggling and now he is giggling too
  • He is always calling you to tell you the most bizarre things
  • “I just watched the best comercial ever”
  • “Just ate a mango that tasted like rotten bluberries”
  • “Wich song do you like the most? Skater Boy or What the hell?”
  • “I just remembered that day in our trainees years. I farted and blamed Taehyung. Everybody believed me”
  • He lays his head on your lap when he’s tired
  • Sometimes almost everytime he falls asleep and you can’t help but stare
  • He looks peaceful and beautiful
  • Moving his hair out of his forehead you start stroking his hair
  • He loves it when you stroke his hair
  • At first he would ask you to do it
  • Until you start doing it yourself almost everytime his head is near your hands
  • When you don’t do it, he knows something’s wrong
  • “Y/n? What’s wrong?”
  • *you are asleep*
  • Carries you to his room
  • When you wake up, he’s literally smiling at you
  • “Where are we?”
  • “In my room”
  • “I fell asleep, didn’t I?”
  • “Yup”
  • “… wait… we are in your room?”
  • *You softly turn around to find Jimin staring at you*
  • “Hi Jimin”
  • “Oh, hi y/n. I didn’t see you there”
  • You didn’t feel like staying in your jeans so you went through Hoseok’s clothes
  • You tried to find some comfy sweatpants but all you see are shorts
  • “Y/n, baby, breakfast is ready… are those my shorts?”
  • “Don’t say a word about this”
  • Too late. He’s already laughing at you
  • Actually, everybody is laughing at you
  • Always lays his head on your shoulder when you guys eat breakfast together because he is sleepy
  • You love sleepy Hobi
  • You guys can communicate trough glances
  • Like that day you and the boys were buying clothes and he was trying to tell you to buy a skirt without letting the guys know
  • You looked at him asking him with your eyes if you should take the black or the white one
  • And he gave you the look
  • So you brought the white one
  • Or the day you went to the cinema with the boys and you weren’t sure of what movie to pick
  • “Mmh”
  • “That one?”
  • “Uh”
  • “Yeah, right”
  • “And that one…?”
  • “Well…”
  • “Wait look”
  • “Okay”
  • The boys didn’t know what just happen but somehow you two agreed to watch the same movie without even saying it out loud
  • “Wait. So what are we watching?”
  • “ La La Land, Jungkook. Didnt you hear us?”
  • Always taking you to dance practice with him
  • “I cant practice without you around. You are my hope, Y/n”
  • He would do everything for you
  • But not going in a roller coaster ride (at least not the gigantic ones)
  • “Y/n do we have to do this?”
  • “Well, I’ve been waiting for this for weeks. So I am going. But you can stay if you want. I think Yoongi wouldn’t mind to…”
  • “Yoongi is going in too?”
  • “Yeah”
  • *He sits between you and Yoongi only because he wants to hold both your hands at the same time*
  • When you are doing homework he is either playing with your phone or taking pictures of himself
  • “Y/n what’s this?”
  • *a picture of him sleeping on your lap*
  • “Uh…”
  • Favorite thing to do together: go to costume shops and try on wigs
  • You have an album in your cellphone full of Hobi’s pictures with wigs on
  • “Omg you look like your mom in this one”
  • “Please erase that picture”
  • You guys are always holding hands
  • Or he is always back hugging you
  • There is no in between
  • Cuddling together is a must
  • The first time you fought he cried
  • Wich made you cry too
  • “Let’s not fight ever again”
  • “Okay”
  • The day you found out you loved him you went running to his place
  • You were sure about it and you wanted him to know
  • But when he oppended the door and kissed you. You somehow got scared
  • What if he didn’t love you back
  • So you kept it for yourself. Deciding to wait for him to tell you first
  • Time passed by and you were starting to get worried
  • Maybe he really didn’t love you
  • One day you both were eating ice cream while watching a movie in your place
  • Your dog sleeping on Hoseok’s chest
  • When you looked at them you couldn’t keep it to yourself anymore
  • You had to tell him
  • He had to know
  • Now
  • So you took a spoon of icecream and a deep breath
  • “Hobi?”
  • “Yes, love?”
  • “I don’t want you to feel uncomfortable with this. But I just can’t keep it to myself anymore”
  • Noticing the seriousness of the manner. Hoseok sat gently placing your dog on his lap
  • “What is it, baby?”
  • Not looking at him anymore. You talked
  • “I love you, Hoseok. A-and it’s weird beacuse I think I’ve never loved someone before. In fact you are the first person I say I love you to that’s not part of my family or my dog. I just feel it, you know? Its like-“
  • Hoseok couldn’t help but kiss you
  • “I love you too Y/n. Since the day you smiled at me in the middle of a park. I knew it was you. It had to be you”
  • After a few kisses he would suddenly stop
  • “There’s something I have to do”
  • *calling Yoongi*
  • “Hello?”
  • “Hyung, she said she loves me”
  • “What the heck? Is that her? Is she with you right now?”
  • “Yeah, she’s next to me. She’s laughing”
  • “Go kiss her or something. Why would you call me to tell me this anyways?”
  • “It’s more romantic that way”
  • “Why are you like this?”

Ethereal scones

When you have the opportunity to eat a scone – say, they’re an item on a menu or an option at someone’s home, do you ever actually take that choice? Until I met my friend Mimi, the only scones I had ever eaten were heavy, and as dry as dust. Slathering a dry scone with butter and washing it down with tea was the only way to choke it down.

These scones score a perfect ten. They are so ridiculously light and full of flavor, Mimi is famous for them. Her family’s Christmas morning is not complete without them. She will make as many as four batches at a time and drop them off to happy friends and family members. I have opened my front door to Mimi standing there, holding a warm plate of scones. They’re so good, people have talked to her about opening a little café where customers could come and buy them. 

Along with two other friends, we had the pleasure of watching Mimi make these perfect scones last week. We nibbled on our warm scones as we talked, laughed, and observed her in action.

Lemony cranberry oat scones, a perfect recipe modified from Joy of Baking.


  • 1-¾ cups all-purpose flour
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ¾ teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ cup unsalted cold butter, cut into pieces
  • ¾ cup old-fashioned rolled oats
  • ½ cup dried cranberries
  • ½ cup sweetened, flaked coconut (optional)
  • ½ cup chopped walnuts (optional)
  • Zest of one lemon
  • 2/3 cup buttermilk
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • ½ teaspoon essence of lemon extract
  • 1 large egg and 1 tablespoon milk for egg wash
  • Powdered sugar for glaze


Preheat oven to 375 degrees and place rack in center of the oven. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a Silpat sheet and set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, and baking soda. Add the butter and using either two knives or a pastry cutter, cut the butter until it resembles coarse crumbs. Add the rolled oats, dried cranberries, lemon zest, and optional coconut and nuts. Mix until combined. Stir in the lemon juice and buttermilk and mix just until dough comes together.

Transfer dough to a lightly floured surface and knead the dough four or five times. Form dough into a domed circle, about 7 or 8 inches in diameter. Cut the dough into 12 wedges. Place the scones onto prepared baking sheet.

In small bowl, whisk together the egg with the milk. Brush tops of scones with egg mixture.

Bake for about 15 -18 minutes or until lightly browned and a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean. Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack to cool. Note: you can bake these very nicely in a convection oven. If you do, it will only take about 14 minutes in the oven.

Remove scones from oven and turn oven to broil. Heavily sprinkle tops of scones with confectioners (powdered) sugar and place under broiler. Broil for just a few seconds, turning the pan as necessary, until the sugar melts and turns golden brown. Transfer baked scones to wire rack to cool.

Chicken and Waffles - Crispy Buffalo Chicken Fritters on a Waffle topped with Romaine and Ranch Dressing from Capt. Cook’s located in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort,

Buffalo Bleu Cheese flavored popcorn from the popcorn cart outside of Epcot’s Journey into Imagination.

anonymous asked:

75, 76, 95 and 96 for the ask thing

75) Did You Like Swinging As A Child? Do You Still Get Excited When You See A Swing Set?

Yes and omg definitely yes. Swings are the best, I love them

(76) What Was The Last Thing You Ate?

A triple chocolate cookie… for breakfast… I’m a mess, but it tasted nice, so oh well.

(95) What Tattoo Do You Want?

I’d really like a rose tattoo! They’re my favourite flowers.

96) Favourite YouTuber?

It changes for me depending on my mood, but currently it’s Nostalgia Critic


100 Pieces of Advice from 100-Year-Olds
  1. “Don’t look at the calendar. Just keep celebrating every day.”
  2. “Invest in quality pieces, they never go out of style.”
  3. “I make myself go out every day, even if it’s only to walk around the block. The key to staying young is to keep moving.”
  4. “Exercise, to me, is totally unnecessary. I think it’s mostly overrated.”
  5. “The use of vitamins? Forget it. And I don’t encourage going to a lot of doctors, either.”
  6. “Fall in love, get married. Sex is to be encouraged.”
  7. “Even if you feel hatred, keep it to yourself. Don’t hurt other people for any reason.”
  8. “Don’t ever give up on love.”
  9. “Nobody else controls you.”
  10. “Make time to cry.”
  11. “Travel while you’re young and able. Don’t worry about the money, just make it work. Experience is far more valuable than money will ever be.”
  12. “Don’t compare. You’ll never be happy with your life. The grass is always greener.”
  13. “If you are embarrassed to be dating someone, you should not be dating them.”
  14. “Do one thing each day that is just for you.”
  15. “Don’t be a cheapskate.”
  16. “Forgive.”
  17. “Find your passion and live it.”
  18. “Most time things will figure themselves out.”
  19. “Choose the right parents.”
  20. “Have a pet. Life gets lonely sometimes. Pets are reminders of how we’re all living things.”
  21. “I’m not saying you have to practice one religion or another, or not practice one religion or another… I’m just saying that you should figure out what you believe in and live it completely.”
  22. “Learn to adapt.”
  23. “Take time to mourn what you’ve lost.”
  24. “Keep going and never give up.”
  25. “Make yourself walk.”
  26. “I drink the faucet water.”
  27. “Don’t just die all because you want to.
  28. “Life is fun. It’s all up to the person. Be satisfied. You don’t have to be ‘happy’ all the time, you need to be satisfied.”
  29. “Love people. Find something to like about the person—it’s there—because we’re all just people.”
  30. “Get a great education. That is something that no one can take away from you.” 
  31. “Think positive.”
  32. “Exercise every morning… I have a machine… it’s a cross between a rowing machine and a bicycle… [I do] 150, 200 [rows] every morning. I won’t leave my bedroom until I’ve done that.”
  33. "Be active. I do things my way, like skiing when I’m 100. Nobody else does that even if they have energy. And I try to eat pretty correctly and get exercise and fresh air and sunshine.”
  34. “If you’re positive you can get through it OK. When you think negatively, you’re putting poison on your body. Just smile. They say laughter is the best medicine there is.”
  35. “For years I would not take any medicines at all. I don’t think they do much, and lots of times the doctor is using you as a guinea pig.”
  36. “Don’t die too early.”
  37. “Just go ahead and do your thing no matter what.”
  38. “You can involve yourself in local problems. There are all sorts of things that have to be tended to in the world.”
  39. “Have lots of people in the house and lots of different kinds of people—young, old, black, white, people from all over the world. People have always energized me.”
  40. “Just keep going.”
  41. “I attribute my longevity to a great extent to walking, not being in the back of the car strapped down.”
  42. “I’ve done almost everything that I know of: ballet, I’ve done tai chi. I’ve done yoga. I walked 4 miles a day. I stretched and flexed. I wrote the book.”
  43. “I put my health down to whiskey and cigarettes. I only drink when I’m out, but my doctor said I wouldn’t be alive without them. I’m still alive, and I can lift my elbows—it’s great.” 
  44. “We all remember how as children, when we were having fun, we often forgot to eat or sleep. I believe that we can keep that attitude as adults, too. It’s best not to tire the body with too many rules such as lunchtime and bedtime.”
  45. “For breakfast I drink coffee, a glass of milk, and some orange juice with a tablespoon of olive oil in it. Olive oil is great for the arteries and keeps my skin healthy. Lunch is milk and a few cookies, or nothing when I am too busy to eat. I never get hungry because I focus on my work. Dinner is veggies, a bit of fish and rice, and, twice a week, 100 grams of lean meat.”
  46. “There is no need to ever retire, but if one must, it should be a lot later than 65.”
  47. “When a doctor recommends you take a test or have some surgery, ask whether the doctor would suggest that his or her spouse or children go through such a procedure. Contrary to popular belief, doctors can’t cure everyone. So why cause unnecessary pain with surgery? I think music and animal therapy can help more than most doctors imagine.”
  48. “To stay healthy always, take the stairs and carry your own stuff. I take two stairs at a time, to get my muscles moving.”
  49. “My inspiration is Robert Browning’s poem ‘Abt Vogler.’ My father used to read it to me. It encourages us to make big art, not small scribbles. It says to try to draw a circle so huge that there is no way we can finish it while we are alive. All we see is an arch; the rest is beyond our vision but it is there in the distance.”
  50. “Pain is mysterious, and having fun is the best way to forget it.”
  51. “Don’t be crazy about amassing material things. Remember: you don’t know when your number is up, and you can’t take it with you to the next place.”
  52. “Science alone can’t help or cure people.”
  53. “Find a role model and aim to achieve even more than they could ever do.”
  54. “It’s wonderful to live long. Until one is 60 years old, it is easy to work for one’s family and to achieve one’s goals. But in our later years, we should strive to contribute to society. Since the age of 65, I have worked as a volunteer. I still put in 18 hours seven days a week and love every minute of it.”
  55. “This is some advice for the ladies. Don’t marry an older man, marry a younger one.” 
  56. “I try not to worry. I just try to live.”
  57. “I try to have enough trust and confidence in myself to deal with things as they come.”
  58. “I don’t eat very much, but I always eat a fruit, a vegetable, and a little meat, and always make sure that I get sardine and salmon at least once or twice a week.”
  59. “For less than seven years I had a mortgage. I paid everything outright, and I’ve lived that way until today. That is the secret to longevity right there.”
  60. “Keep busy doing what you like.”
  61. “You gotta have good genes.”
  62. “You gotta be… lucky for 100 years.”
  63. “Try not to eat anything that’s healthy. It’s true. I eat whatever I want. The secret to longevity is ice cream.”
  64. “Quit while you’re ahead.”
  65. “It’s just as important to take care of your mind. I take two classes… and I’ve studied everything from anti-Semitism to current events.”
  66. “[Humor is] a life force, a way of surviving the difficulties of living.”
  67. “When you laugh at yourself, you prevent others from laughing at you.”
  68. “I think [people] have to be curious. They have to be interested in life outside their little aches and pains. They have to be excited about seeing new things, meeting new people, watching a new play—just passionate about life.”
  69. “I don’t care what you’re passionate about: maybe saving Dixie cup covers. But if you do it passionately, you’re alive.”
  70. “Age is not a disease.”
  71. “Don’t get hurt.” 
  72. “Be honest. I’ve rarely lied. And when you are honest with people, it comes back to you, and they are honest with you. It’s too much work keeping up with a lie. You don’t need the extra stress.”
  73. “Keep an open mind, and things seem less strange.”
  74. “Always listen to the other person. You’ll learn something. Try to sit back, because you will learn a lot more listening to others than telling them what you know.”
  75. “You have to love what you do. if you find a job you love, you will never have to work a day in your life.”
  76. “Take naps every day.”
  77. “You get one family, so stick with them. But it depends if these hardships are financial or emotional or other types. Stick it out. Some days are worse than others, and you have to be ok with that. The night is darkest before dawn.”
  78. “I try to take the time to look at and appreciate the smaller things that make this life beautiful. When I do that, time slows.”
  79. “Do something interesting every day; otherwise you disintegrate.”
  80. “Learning new things makes you happy and keeps your mind active.”
  81. “Sleep well, try not to worry, and enjoy good dreams.”
  82. “I participate in lots of activities. I play Bingo, do meditation and crafts, and attend fitness classes, like Zumba Gold for seniors, chair yoga, and sittercise… I don’t miss happy hour either! I drop in three times a week.”
  83. “Be lovable. I’ve lived a long life because there are so many people who love me.”
  84. “I take a drink of Scotch every day. And I feel great afterward.”
  85. “Keep kosher.”
  86. “I never drank, smoked, or fooled with the weeds, you know, that stuff. And I don’t let anything upset me, especially traffic.”
  87. “I don’t like stress. I can’t stand arguing. If anybody is fussing, I’m gone. I like to be around positive people, people who lift you up not bring you down.”
  88. “Mind your own business, and don’t eat junk food.”
  89. “Laughter keeps you healthy. You can survive by seeing the humor in everything. Thumb your nose at sadness; turn the tables on tragedy. You can’t laugh and be angry, you can’t laugh and feel sad, you can’t laugh and feel envious.”
  90. “Look inside your soul and find your tools. We all have tools and have to live with the help of them. I have two tools: my words and my images. I used my typewriter, computer, and my cameras to fight injustice. Whenever I see a possibility of helping people who are in danger, I want to help them.”
  91. “Have a good appetite, lots of friends, and keep busy.”
  92. “Have a good wife, two scotches a night, and be easygoing.”
  93. “Never run out of responsibility; if you don’t have one, find one. Find a cause and knock yourself out for it. It will enhance your brainpower, interest in life, and keep you alive longer. I’m alert because I work. Virtue is its own reward.”
  94. “It is very important to have a widespread curiosity about life.”
  95. “Keep yourself alert, active, and educated. Beat to your own drum.”  
  96. “Don’t smoke, don’t drink, and don’t retire.”
  97. “Take one day at a time, and go along with the tide.”
  98. “You have to be lucky, but I made the best of things when bad things happened. I also ate prunes every single day.”
  99. “Do what you have to do. Don’t analyze it, just do it.”
  100. “Take it easy, enjoy life, what will be will be. Sleep well, have a Bailey’s Irish Cream before bed if you have a cold—you will wake up fine the next morning.”

anonymous asked:

What's the best thing you've ever eaten? – ☁️

Okay, the thing that inspired this question was this tres leches cake I ate the other night, but the actual best thing I’ve ever eaten was probably my great grandmother’s cheese pie that my mom made for Christmas once. 

laurark  asked:

What was the best thing you ate this summer?

Not really summer, but last week I helped ethan move and he took me out to Win Son, a Taiwanese restaurant in east williamsburg and it was one of the best meals I’ve ever had. There were like 8 small plates that we shared among the table. I have almost no idea what any of the things we ate were, all the flavors were so different from anything I’ve ever had before that they’re hard to describe. It was amazing!

| 10.10.2016 | 19/100 Days of Productivity

I have two free hours between lessons every Wednesday and I spend it in Starbucks near my school studying. It’s so cold and rainy recently, ew

Green Tea Latte - the worst thing I have ever drank in Starbucks

Cinnamon Roll - the best thing I have ever ate in Starbucks

Hope you have calm and beautiful autumn!

anonymous asked:

How do you make mushroom meat??Do you bake the mushroom stalks? Sounds like I need some of that in my life haha

You totally need them. I swear is the best thing I have ever ate in my life! They come frozen in a bag, you take some and prepare them with the spices and flavours you want. The mushroom’s stalks are easy to shred when they’re cooked and when you have it done you can prepare them as you want. Here is an example of a vegan chalupa with mushroom meat.