Most herbs are not put into the broth until the broth is simmering, to prevent burning. The exception to this rule is bay, which is put in at the beginning. BEWARE of pepper! The longer the pepper cooks in the soup, the spicier the soup will be!
IF YOU’RE ADDING MEAT:
- Do not cut your vegetables with the same knife you cut meat with.
- Cook meat beforehand, but remember that it’ll be cooking in the broth for a time afterwards, or be careful not to overcook.
- Most meat is diced into half-an-inch-squares.
- Stir clockwise to create, counter-clockwise to take away.
- You can carve sigils into some vegetable slices.
- Cook with a crystal near your pot to boost a spell’s effectiveness.
- Fire and water are prominent elements here! Draw upon their power.
And that’s it!! Have a lovely winter full of great company and nourishing meals!
**if there are any additions feel free to add, and if there are any corrections, message me! :)
Patchwork soup, a name my boyfriend coined for my most often made pick-me-up soup! It’s probably not practical to post this in the summer but David got struck down with a rough cold and he needs a pick me up for his interview tomorrow! This is a crockpot recipe because I’m a lazy witch but I’m sure you can cook it on the stove just fine. Feel free to change the recipe or measurements as you please, I’d rather you enjoy the taste, and remember everything tastes better with a little love.💚✨
4 cups of chicken stock or vegetable for a vegan option
3 russet baking potatoes diced in small pieces(you can usually find these for $1 a pound, so it comes out to .50-.75cents)(healing, grounding)
one cup of diced carrots or a 6oz can of diced carrots
6 oz can of corn(protection, good health)
10 oz can of cream of mushroom
4-6 diced chicken breasts(how many you use is up to you, I like to get thinly sliced ones from walmart because it’s usually $4-5 and less fatty, black beans are a good vegan option)
6 cloves of garlic or two tablespoons(healing and protection)
crushed black pepper(protection)
sea salt(cleansing, protection)
coriander or cilantro(same plant different parts)(healing, health)
3 bay leaves(protection, healing, purification)
2 tsp onion powder or a small onion(healing)
1 tsp tumeric(healing)
It’s time to make some fucking soup.There’s not a lot of brewing and stewing in this recipe so your intention goes into the ingredients; focus on healing energies when you cut up your ingredients. The first layer of your soup should be the diced chicken, on top of that place your potatoes, then the carrots and corn. Remember each layer is another layer of healing to your soup! Now it’s time for your lovely spices, when putting them in your soup poor it on top in a clockwise motion, do the same for the cream of mushroom and broth afterwards. Cover and cook on high for six to eight hours! Stir once more clockwise before serving to fill it with extra love and healing energy. Pairs well with mint or ginger tea. Enjoy!🍵
Sometimes you just have to use whatever’s left in the fridge so it doesn’t go to waste and this can lead to some random meals like this one / just a random bowl of healthy stuff ;) - chicken, boiled eggs, beetroots, steamed green beans, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, rocket and watercress (+ a mustard dressing).
Honestly, learn to recreate your guilty pleasures at home. Learn to make your own pizza, or copy your favorite takeout recipes. It will probably be healthier, especially if you tweak things to specifically do so and it’s going to save you SO MUCH MONEY. Literally made fried rice last night with leftovers I would’ve thrown out anyway. I made breakfast burritos this morning with more leftovers. Recreated an amazingggg salad that was $16 in a restaurant for a fraction of that. You don’t have to eat baked chicken and steamed vegetables every meal. Get creative so you don’t just “give up” and go stuff your face with the things you crave. You can compromise and have yummy things.
Balsamic and lemon roasted chicken and vegetables.
Simply take a large oven tray and drizzle with olive or coconut oil before chopping a selection of veggies (Iused bell peppers, carrots, mushrooms, red onions and cherry plum tomatoes) and throwing them into the tray.
Next, add your chicken (I used organic, skinless thigh fillets) and mix everything together with your hands so it’s coated in the oil. Wash your hands thoroughly.
Drizzle over some balsamic vinegar and squeeze in some lemon juice, then sprinkle over some dried oregano and a few dried chilli flakes.
Put into the oven at 190 Celsius for about 30 mins, or when the chicken is cooked through and the vegetables are becoming crisps and a tiny bit charred around the edges in places. I stir once during this time, to make sure everything cooks evenly.
The tomatoes ‘melt’ into a lovely sauce with the balsamic vinegar, lemon juice and the oil and this also keeps the chicken nice and moist.
You can also add chopped new potatoes in with the chicken and veggies to make a complete meal in a tray-bake! I preferred to leave them out here, because I wanted to serve some portions with rice and others with noodles or potato wedges.
Summary: When Jughead becomes an active member of the Southside Serpents, him and Betty are starting to grow further and further apart, as the boiling volcano of Riverdale’s Civil War is threatening to erupt in full force. Can a heart to heart with Alice Cooper and an old Serpent jacket give Betty and Jughead the hope they both need?
(This is huge so grab snacks and drinks. The Bughead scene ruined me. I apologize for all of this. Warning: full angst and sin ahead! I’m not describing it as much anymore cause after the Jughead I saw in the finale that’s a given but still, after I post this, I’ll crawl under my covers in blushing embarassment.😂 Here you go, lovelies! I hope you enjoy this! ❤️)
“On the second day he came with a single red rose
He said, "Give me your loss and your sorrow?”
I nodded my head, as I lay on the bed
“If I show you the roses will you follow?”
The snow is slowly melting
under the heaps of rain and so is her will to contribute to life these days.
The icy scenery that adorns Riverdale gives out under the rays of sun that
stubbornly peek through the pine trees and white oaks, ridding their leaves from
the coldness of nature, only to become shiny droplets of clear water that hold
the whole kaleidoscope of colors, just like tears and their colossal scale of
emotions. He is the ice, she is the stubborn sun; that’s what he tells her
through the sad darkness of each night that they lay together but further and
further apart. He says it as a compliment, in the most sullen John Wheelwright
fashion, but she accepts it gladly as her fingers form infinity signs over the
crackling ice of his golden heart. Her hair is golden too under the dim
moonlight, it’s a match made in heaven, and she vows that tomorrow she will try
to burn hotter than the December sun over the patches of snow that are
menacingly trying to turn him into a lifeless statue. And she does. But not