I kinda like the idea of kokiri being more wooden doll looking, since
kokiri are basically the korocks imitation of the more humanoid.
also thing with the whole skull kids also being wooden fit too. I kinda
assumes from OOt text about the skull kids being kids who are lost in
woods, so I assumed it was refereed toward the kokiri being lost- or in
my head canon lost theirs fairies and then getting lost without fairy
The rarest find of all! Photos of mun! I figured I’d share with everyone the good pictures I got of myself. I did edit out the people in the second picture cause that would be weird to post them. Also I tried to get whatever light show was going on in Pixie Hollow but was unsuccessful. Ever 10 minutes there was a light fountain show but sometimes the light didn’t twinkle.
An old fashion pie recipe that’s super simple to make and a great Ostara/Spring Dessert! I’m making one for this Easter with my family.
Honey, Eggs, Cream are all Spring Foods. Honey symbolizes sweetness and the rewards of hardwork just like the little bees that work so hard to make it! 🐝
And Salt banishes negativity and is purifying!
This dessert is perfect for getting rid of the stress or worry of Winter and welcoming any sweet rewards from your hardwork in the future this Spring!
One 9 inch Pie Crust (Store bought or one of your favorite crust recipes)
½ Cup of Melted Butter
¾ Cup of White Sugar
2 Tbs of Cornmeal
¼ tsp of Salt
¾ Cup of Honey
2 Eggs + 1 Egg Yolk
½ Cup of Cream
2 tsp White Vinegar
1 tsp of Vanilla Extract
Salt Flakes for Garnish
Preheat your oven to 350. In a large bowl, mix together your dry ingredients before slowly mixing in your wet ingredients one at a time…. (I never do this and just mix it all together randomly as I go, but it’s up to you.)
Feel free to add a sigil to the base of the pie crust. This is mine -
Pour mixture into your pie crust, it will be liquid and thin; that’s okay!
Cook for 45 to 60 minutes or until the top is golden brown and it starts to bubble.(I recommend 60 minutes on the middle rack. Mine didn’t burn at all!)
Take it out of the oven and let it cool for One hour or more to let it solidify. This step is very important to make sure it isn’t too liquidy. The consitancy should be like Pecan Pie Filling.
Garnish with Sea Salt or Himalayan Salt; any big salt flakes. But regular table salt will do just fine if the others aren’t available.
This can be used for Litha too! The fae would probably LOVE a sliver of this as an offering; just saying.