If you’re wondering if I was doodling @camilleflyingrotten ’s GrumpyWill,then yes. I was actually thinking about that when I was drawing it.
I think Hugh should do long hair,like real long,in a role next time. We’ve seen Mads do long hair,it’s about time we see Hugh rock them luscious locks.
With a beard.
This is breathtaking!!!
Only a bit more than 3k€ needed to include 14 more writers and 4 more artists in the printed version!!
That would be everyone we tried to include then - making this stretchgoal very emotional! 😻
The book would have 400 pages then!!
Please continue spreading the word! And lets make this the best we can ☺️
19 days to go!! 😻
Hannidinner: Pasta with Prosciutto and Gorgonozola Cream Sauce
This is one of those dishes that is so rich and delicious that it’s a crime that it’s so easy to make. Just a few ingredients, less than half an hour from start to finish. It’s ridiculous. And it made such a great choice to follow my first two courses which were full of bright, sharp flavors. This is so wonderfully rich and creamy. Especially with the added bonus of the prosciutto on top.
Half a small onion, diced fine.
3-4 cloves of garlic finely minced
two cups of heavy cream (don’t skimp. I said this was delicious and easy, not healthy.)
8oz gorgonzola dolce cheese cut into chunks, plus a few more crumbles to garnish with (you can use regular gorgonzola or another mild, creamy bleu cheese, but stay away from the really strong stuff like Stilton.)
Salt and white pepper to taste (you can use regular pepper, but I’m prissy.)
6-8 strips of prosciutto ham, shredded.
One box of curly pasta (fusilli, cavitappi, radiatori)
Walnuts or pinenuts to garnish (optional)
Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain and set aside.
In a large deep skillet with a heavy bottom, saute onion over medium heat until soft. Add garlic and cook for one minute more. Lower the heat to medium low/medium and add cream. When cream begins to bubble, add the cheese and allow to melt. Taste for seasoning and add salt/pepper if needed. Toss with the pasta and serve topped with shredded prosciutto, nuts, and extra cheese.
A note: if you want, you can turn this sidedish into a full meal. Add mushrooms, steamed broccoli, or asparagus with the onions. Add spinach with the cream. You could even add something like grilled chicken or steak to the final dish.
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I was and am a big fan of the blogger Cleolinda, who began doing recaps of the show during its first season. Because I’d enjoyed her writing & recaps in the past and am a HUGE fan of Silence of the Lambs, I decided to try watching the show so that I could follow along with her blog. And then it turned out Hannibal was extraordinary and amazing and I just fell completely in love with it.
What do you love about the Hannibal fandom?
I love the sense of community, as well as the incredible talent on display. I’ve attended a number of local Hannibal events and just love the open, welcoming atmosphere of the group and the sort of synergy between the people who show up. It seems to attract a particularly type of friendly, wickedly smart, and darkly humorous sort of fan, and I love the general camaraderie as well as the amazing output of writing, art, food, and drink that’s been inspired by this particular fan experience.
How would you spend a day with Will Graham?
I’d probably start off the day by giving him a hug and telling him it was all going to be okay. If he needed a long crying session, that would be fine. After that, we would drink whiskey and pet dogs all day long.