eggplant dish

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Self introduction to the wonderful Choices Fandom

Hi people! I wanted to indroduce myself to this woooonderful fandom ❤

🔵Name: Caroline 🌻
🔵Nickname: Caro
🔵Age: 21
🔵Zodiac Sign: Scorpio (and proud!) 🦂

🔵Sexual Orientation: Straight
🔵Relationship Status: Taken since August 2013

🔵Pets: two wonderful cats 🐈🐈 living too far away from me

🔵Location: At the moment I live in Germany, but I’m Italian
🔵Spoken languages: Italian (C2), German (C1), English (C1), French (B1), Spanish (A2)

🔵Favourite food: Idk probably some eggplant 🍆or fish dish 🐟
🔵Favourite drink: Water? (or Beer ~ 🍻)
🔵Favourite colour: Royal Blue
🔵Favourite band: Simple Plan

🔵Favourite Choices books: Endless Summer 🌋, The Royal Romance 👑 and I have some big hopes for Hero
🔵Favourite Choices characters: Maxwell ❤, Liam, Hana, Dom, Sean, Aleister, Michelle
🔵Choices blogs who motivated me to join the Fandom: @the-light-of-stars, @jebsplayshss, @lanapowellblog, @punexpectedly, @venuspisces90, @hollyashton

🔵Other fandoms: Hetalia 💕 Homestuck, Suicide Squad

Message me if you want to know more! I really love making new friends!

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Want to see what I eat in a day as a vegan? (Hint - Dragonfruit & Berry Smoothie Bowl, Pancakes & a delicious Asian Eggplant Dish…) 
Click to watch! :)

Andrew made a side dish of eggplant tonight and after he just “threw some random spices on it”, they taste exactly like barbecue potato chips. I have no idea how he accomplished this from my spice draw, which at this point is basically 30 different kinds of curry powders.

chiaroscuroverse  asked:

Fic title! How about: Tongue Tied

Ten x Rose, on the Powell Estate:

The Doctor has brought Rose home for a brief visit, and Jackie has done tea for them. She’s trying a new dish, eggplant parmesan. Unfortunately for the Doctor, he’s allergic to eggplant. ( “You said you were allergic to aspirin and aubergines!” “Aubergenes ARE eggplant! That’s what aubergenes are called in America!” “Well, how was I supposed to know what they were called in America? I’ve never been further west than Bristol!”)

Luckily for the Doctor, the allergy he has towards aubergenes seems relatively minor, causing only a mild swelling of his tongue. ( “Buh Wose, why do we hab do sday heew?” “What’s he saying?” “Mum, he wants to know why he has to stay here. Doctor, because you’re not well enough to fly the TARDIS.” “Am doo!” “No you aren’t!”)

As the swelling of his tongue goes down, the situation deteriorates rather than improves, as the difficulty speaking leads to a form of aphasia commonly called “Word Salad”, but instead of jumbled English words, the Doctor uses random vocabulary from thousands of languages. ( “Rose, we need to  rumpemshprect the sprinkleshnapp, before the kernoogles invade the ringspalla and zoom the reppanspan.” ) As the night wears on, his words make less and less sense, frustrating everyone. Jackie, inspired by something she’s seen on telly, suggests that perhaps if he sang what he wanted to say instead of talking, maybe it would come out clearly. After all, that’s what the stutterers did on that segment of AM London she’d just watched. It’s worth a shot, but is a spectacular failure. She finally suggests that perhaps they’d all be better off if he just gave it a rest. To the shock of all of them, the words “Piss off” erupt from his mouth. Affronted, Jackie goes to bed.

The incident gives Rose an idea. Maybe he could speak clearly if he said something that he felt strongly about. It’s a great idea, but after attempting to wax lyrical about bananas, space travel, and bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens, words are still coming out as jumbled as ever. Apparently the effects of the eggplant allergy will take some time to wear off.

Yawning, Rose turns on the telly and snuggles against him on the sofa. He wraps an arm around her. Despite the frustrating evening, despite being stuck at Jackie’s, he is perfectly content. He leans down and kisses her on the top of her head. She sighs happily.

“I love you, Doctor,” she says sleepily.

“I love you too, Rose Tyler,” he says, perfectly clearly. 

Recipe: Eggplant Parmesan

Description: Tangy, cheesy, and wonderful. 

Game Ingredients: Eggplant, Tomato

This recipe restores 175 energy and 70 health. It gives +1 Mining and +3 Defense bonuses. It can be obtained from Lewis after gaining 7 hearts with him, and sells for 200g. 

Difficulty: Easy, 45 minutes. Serves 5.

Eggplants are pretty plain, so the herbs and spices in this recipe help out a lot. 

-1 eggplant
-1 large tomato
-Mozzarella cheese
-398mL can of tomato sauce
-5 tablespoons Olive oil
-1½ cup of Panko bread crumbs
-1 egg

-Herbs/seasoning: basil, oregano, garlic powder, tarragon, chili powder, salt, pepper, roasted red pepper seasoning, and/or thyme. Not all are necessary, but basil, salt, and pepper are priorities. 

Cut off 8 slices from the eggplant. The eggplant I bought was pretty large, so I only needed 4 slices from it, which I then cut in half. 

Crack the egg in a bowl and add 1 tablespoon of water to it and beat the two together. Put the breadcrumbs on a plate. You can add some herbs to the breadcrumbs if you like. Take the eggplant slices and douse them in the egg mixture, and then cover them in the breadcrumbs.

Pour the olive oil into a frying pan on medium heat until the oil is hot enough in that it sizzles when you drop in a breadcrumb. Reduce the heat to medium-low and place the eggplant slices in the pan. Cook on each side for about 4-5 minutes. The crumbs will turn a golden brown and the eggplant slices will be greenish in colour.

Slice up the tomato and mozzarella cheese. In a small baking dish, pour 1-2 teaspoons of olive oil on the bottom of the dish and tilt it around to evenly distribute it. Open the can of tomato sauce and pour in just enough to coat the bottom of the dish.

Layer the eggplant, cheese, and tomato in the dish. Sprinkle over a pinch of each herb/seasoning. I had some leftover feta cheese so I put that on top as well.

Pour the rest of the tomato sauce over top, and then finish with a generous heaping of shredded mozzarella cheese. 

Bake in a 350°F oven for 15-20 minutes, or til the cheese is melted and bubbly. Let it cool for 10 minutes, and then serve. It makes for a very tasty side-dish.

“Eggplant parmesan” is a bit of a misnomer though. There’s usually no actual parmesan cheese. 

-SVR

anonymous asked:

but can you imagine a yoonjin AU where jin is in a wheelchair and has bad experiences with relationships bc "special needs people are difficult" but yoongi loves him with his whole heart ????

Anon, I love this so much.  Imagine that Jin does food blogging too, that’s his main hobby, his blog is called easy peas-y and he specializes in doing healthy but easy to cook recipes for people who are busy, or who aren’t that great at cooking, or who have mobility issues.  Yoongi found his blog after almost getting scurvy from only eating ramen, and has been sort of obsessed with it (and Jin) for a minute now.  Jin is always so cute and friendly on his blog, with smiling eyes and funny jokes - Yoongi laughed so hard at his “Bok Choy and You” episode his abs hurt for three days.  

Anyways, one day Yoongi is out at his local farmer’s market buying his veggies for the week (Jin totally let him in on the weekly farmers market tip too), and he’s perusing the selection of eggplants (who the fuck would have thought he’d be fucking cooking eggplants?!) and somebody rolls up right next to him in a wheelchair with a super nice looking backpack hung over the back handle.    

Yoongi takes one look, and almost drops his veggies - it’s Jin!  Jin from Easy Peas-Y, and oh no Yoongi can feel it welling up in him - the urge to talk, to say hello, this never goes well never, and his inner voice is screaming at him to just shut up; but  Yoongi gathers up all his courage and says, “ahhh, hi excuse me, I couldn’t help but noticing…’  

Jin fixes his eyes on him, and woah - this isn’t the cute, funny lets-talk-about-mangoes Jin Yoongi had just seen in his cooking blog.  This Jin is frowning and staring at him with poorly disguised irritation.  

“Yes I am in a wheelchair how nice of you to notice,  no I won’t be in your way for much longer, no it doesn’t hurt, no I don’t want to talk about it, no I don’t need your help, thank you have a nice day.”  And with that Jin sighed and turned to get his eggplants and get the fuck out.  

Yoongi, shocked by the outburst just stood there for a second, mouth open, honestly - ok he’d noticed that the guy was in a weelchair, but that wasn’t a big deal at all - what was a big deal was getting some one on one lessons on how to shred a head of cabbage (and maybe a date?!) - but oh no Jin was rolling away and

“WAIT, EASY PEAS-Y” Yoongi said, shouting and waving his eggplant wildly, “I wanted to talk to you about Easy Peas-y!!!” 

And now people were staring - but he didn’t care about people, because Jin was staring too - and maybe even starting to smile a bit.  

“No seriously,” Yoogi said, “Without you I wouldn’t even know what an eggplant is, I’ve been following your blog for like a year now, and thanks to you I now eat actual food and just - Thank you.”  

“Holy shit that’s - really?! You read my blog? Jin said with pink wonder staining his cheeks and amazement leaking into his voice.  “Nobody’s ever noticed me for my blog before, it’s always for this,” Jin gestured to his wheelchair, rolling his eyes.  “Just gets boring, you know.”   

“I can imagine,” Yoongi said, “but no, totally Jin - your blog pretty much saved my life.  I mean…Hi…I’m Yoongi…I mean….” he ground to a halt, blushing wildly. 

Jin’s eyes went to the small eggplant Yoongi was still clutching to his chest. “Wait” he said, “Are you trying to make that excellent eggplant Parm dish I just posted, because you’re gonna need more than one eggplant for that - how about I help you out a bit - lets go shopping together..”

Off they went, talking the whole way.  And the rest is Easy Peas-y.