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Peri Peri BBQ Wings

Ingredients for Wings

2 lb chicken wings, separated into drums and flats

Seasoning blend (you may or may not use all of it) - 5 tbsp of each: smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, black pepper, granulated garlic, granulated onion, Indian red pepper, hot paprika, cumin + 2 tbsp kosher salt, + 1 tbsp baking powder

Ingredients for Sauce

½ cup Honey Chipotle barbecue sauce (purchased from Williams-Sonoma)

¼ cup Peri Peri sauce

3 tbsp sweet chili 

2 tsp raw honey 

½ apple cider vinegar 

Dash salt 


Preheat the oven  to 420 degrees Fahrenheit.

Clean and completely dry your chicken wings using paper towels. 

In a large bowl, toss your chicken wings into the coating mixture and ensure that each wing is evenly coated. 

Using a baking sheet (preferably with a wire rack), place the chicken wings in a single layer and cook for 20 minutes, flip and cook for an additional 15 minutes. 

After the last 15 minutes, remove the wings from the oven, turn on your oven’s broiler, brush the chicken wings with the sauce and broil for 1-2 minutes until caramelized. 

Repeat on the opposite side of the wings. 

NOTE: using a wire rack helps with the air circulation and ensures that the entire wing gets crispy. 

Remove from the oven, garnish with fresh cilantro, and serve. 


Originally posted by rayna-tw

Word Count: 876
Warnings: Fluff, language, reader loves Christmas wayyyy too much, boys don’t, lead up to hot and steamy Christmas sex with the Winchesters

Excitement buzzes away inside you as you damn near skip down the adorned bunker hallways, obnoxiously humming your favorite Christmas song as you go. Much to their dismay, you’d talked the boys into decorating the bunker, but when they had reluctantly agreed to it, they had no fucking idea you’d go out and buy every single Christmas decoration you could possibly find. One oversized tree, hundreds of strings of glittering lights, and every gaudy addition later, the bunker had been turned into some kind of elaborate, over the top Christmas attraction.

“You’re fuckin’ jokin’, right?” Dean had gaped when he saw it.

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The signs as cute Halloween things :3

Aries: putting human blood in your apple cider, along with a dash of cinnamon

Taurus: wearing someone else’s skin as a Halloween costume

Gemini: taking a page out of Elizabeth Bathory’s book and bathing in the blood of innocent young girls to try to attain eternal youth

Cancer: using actual bodies as Halloween decorations

Leo: actually summoning Samhain and laughing as he destroys your entire neighborhood

Virgo: being that asshole that already has Christmas decorations up and gives pencils to the children

Libra: going to the local cemetery and trying to anger the spirits 

Scorpio: playfully guessing what the kids are dressed up as, then ripping off your skin to show your true costume underneath

Sagittarius: murdering someone’s firstborn and sacrificing them to Satan

Capricorn: using candy to lure the children into your home

Aquarius: pretending to have a heart attack in front of young trick or treaters so they think you’re actually dead

Pisces: lighting the black flame candle and setting the Sanderson sisters free (you stupid virgin)

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Dear Drinkers; we grow ever closer to the point in our month where we do our best to drive back that which stands behind the mortal veil. When we’re not capable of accomplishing that task, we’re in need of someone like today’s honoree.

Ladies and Gentlemen…

It’s Hunterjack!

What this Van Hellsing-esque Virtuoso does best is rid the land of what she feels are supernatural horrors and threats to those who are safely ignorant of the dangers in the darkness, and exactly what it is that went bump in the night. For her tireless efforts; The Pony Keg feels she deserves to be honored.

A Hunterjack


  • 2oz Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey.
  • 6oz Strongbow Original Cider
  • 1oz agave syrup
  • Dash of Lime Juice
  • Dash of Lemon Juice
  • Chilled Collins Glass

Special Equipment:

None! you can make A Hunterjack without any special tools.

Making a Hunterjack:

  1. Put ingredients into glass.
  2. Stir, gently, so as not to over-agitate the Cider. Stir until Agave Syrup has fully dissolved.
  3. Drink!

You’ve just finished making a Hunterjack!

The heat of this drink calls into memory the honoree’s predilection to “Kill It With Fire”. It also provides a welcome warmth as the weather turns colder. The crispness of the cider is offset by the agave’s sweetness; all of which is balanced by the acidity of the citrus juices.

Keep sending in suggestions as to who you’d like to see made into a drink, and Stay Thirsty, my friends!

ALRIGHT! This is the finnish version of that picture I posted for CIDER, its also pretty much finished since my Skills wont allow a more elaborate shading or background technique!

I still believe that my pictures are best in black and white, but thats boring to look at sometimes xP