leches cake

anonymous asked:

More Langst thoughts! So, what if the team forgets Lance's birthday because of something else (bonus points if it's someone else's birthday coming up and everyone prepares for that instead)? Lance, dejected, would spend his birthday all depressed and especially homesick holed up in his blue lion, and no one would even realise until towards the end of the day.

ist keiths birthday

Okay but lets take it a step further, that when they realize they feel like dicks and are extremely mad at themselves, especially Hunk, because Hunk is his best friend and he should have remembered Lance’s birthday. So he makes Lance the alien equivalent too Tres leches cake, and sketches out a picture of what he remembers Lance’s family looks like. Everyone else is kind of panicking because oh no, what to get Lance. Pidge makes a 10 free hugs card because Hunk once mentioned that that was something his little siblings do. Allura gets him space makeup, because you know that boy was a god when he did her makeup that one time. Coran gets Lance an alien object that basically goes into your memories and makes a picture out of the one you chose. Shiro gets him a type of space face mask. And Keith spends almost all night working on this stuffed plushy of Blue. Its wonky and crooked and bad but Kieth is so proud that he did it. 

So when lance comes out of the closet of blue, hes greeted by all these things, and its wonderful, and he cries, and he hugs them all. 

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Bitten (Task Force X x Reader)

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It was your party as the Task Force X. Today it was the anniversary of creating the Task Force and Amanda had let you, after a lot of persuasion and some extra missions, to throw a small party in your building.

Harley was like always in charge of the drinks, you were in charge for the music along with KC, Chato and Floyd were responsible for the food.

Tatsu and June decorated the place and Rick babysat Digger who wanted to be involved in everything but ended up on ruining whatever you had prepared.

Chato had to stars over the tres leches cake because Digger had dropped the plate. You had to buy a new CD since Digger managed to sit on the top of it and break it.

Harley ushered him away from the bar as soon as she saw him and Tatsu threatened to cut his hand if he touched any of the decorations.

The party soon started and booze ran endlessly. You didn’t usually drink that much of alcohol but tonight it was different. You celebrated not dying in these stupid missions.

At least this project had taught you to value your life more and it had helped you find even more reasons to bond over with these people who celebrated with you.

You were tipsy really fast and decided to lounge on the couch.

Digger and KC were there and talked and you just stood and listened to them.

“So your scales are all over yer body, mate?” you heard Digger say and you knew where this conversation was going.

“Diggy, drop it. Even just for today.” You warned him.

“Oh, okie.” Digger said and stopped for a moment.

“Why Killer Croc? It’s like a new model of crappy ol’ Crocs.” Digger finally spoke again.

You saw KC shifting uncomfortably as digger kept his ranting on.

Your mind was blurred and that’s why you didn’t think twice before sinking your teeth into Diggers arm.

“Oi! Little rat! What are ye doin’?” Digger yelled in pain.

“Biting away annoying people like you!” you said and stuck out your tongue.

KC was looking at you with wide eyes before understanding what you had just done.

Digger hissed and left from his seat, mumbling about being surrounded by crazies.

“You didn’t have to do this.” KC spoke.

“I wanted to.” You gave him a slurred smile.

KC hugged you tight and gave you a soft noogie, “That’s my pal! I am proud you, kiddo.”

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Upside-Down Dulce De Leche Apple Cake 

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International Cooking Series
Beautiful Quisqueya: Ayiti & La República Dominicana - Part 2

1. Diri ak djon djon 🇭🇹

2. Tres Leche 🇩🇴

3. Griot 🇭🇹

4. Flan de auyama 🇩🇴

5. Pâté 🇭🇹

6. Asopao de pollo 🇩🇴

7. Macaroni au gratin 🇭🇹

8. Pica Pollo 🇩🇴    

9. Pikliz 🇭🇹

10. Plátanos al caldero 🇩🇴
Headcanons About Cooking/Baking With Task Force X

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Harley: She loves cooking and baking but she doesn’t always manage by herself. She always helps you when she sees you cooking and she is the best assistant you could ever ask. She adores making pastry and desserts and always licks the spoons and bowls and steals small bites from the ingredients. When you cook together no one can have enough of the food you made.

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June: She likes cooking a lot and usually cooks with music. When you are the one doing the cooking and baking she likes to watch you cook for some time before she joins you. She shows you tricks and gives you tips on how to make the food tastier and they sure work since the others always ask you to cook.

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Tatsu: She liked to cook for her husband but now she just watches you cook. It relaxes her and she sometimes hums along melodies. She relaxes you too and you use cooking to bond. Sometimes you ask her to help you with cutting the ingredients and you turn around to see them already cut, as Tatsu smiles from the chair.

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Chato: He finds really cute the fact that you try dishes from different cuisines each time. And he is more than willing to help you when you try Mexican recipes. He throws away the recipe you had found on the internet and helps you make the one he remembers. His favourite food to cook with you is tamales and tres leches cake. You, cooking these recipes makes him feel even more like home.

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Floyd: He is always curious about what are you cooking. He will sneak into the room to try what you have already made and then leave again. You pretend that you don’t see him with the corner of your eye. He tried to help you once or twice but he ended up eating everything before you could finish the recipe.

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Digger: He takes his sweet time watching you cook. He will sit just across the room and enjoy the aromas and the view. He is the first one to try what you made since he is the one already in the room. One day, you decided to let him help you. Let’s just say you were lucky Amanda didn’t lock you back to your cells with all of this mess you caused with your food fight.

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Rick: Rick wants and likes to cook. But, he just doesn’t have the gift of cooking. He will either forget the salt or he will roast the meat for much more time than needed. Nevertheless, he likes when you cook and enjoys watching you and trying to figure out how to cook. You assign him small tasks and he manages to master them with ease. Slowly you teach him how to cook the whole recipe without mistakes. His smile is totally worth the time.

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KC: He used to watch you cook, but once he saw you struggling with a demanding recipe and offered to help. He took a good glance of the recipe and then proceeded to carry out the whole recipe with ease, as you looked at him shocked since you wouldn’t imagine that he knows and likes to cook. After that, Friday nights became you cooking nights.  

As much as I love angsty and sad headcanons for Jason that involve him smoking and drinking, how about more interesting headcanons such as:

  • Jason constantly spending any money he has left on Neapolitan ice cream. He gets at least 4 pints of it and both Roy and Kori are constantly angry at him because he eats all of it AND makes himself sick.
  • Jason taking online classes for college. He ends up becoming an English major with a minor in journalism. He likes Shakespeare. Not even ironically, he adores Shakespeare. He can quote any book off the top of his head. While he’s not a Romeo And Juliet fan, he’s a huge fan of The Tempest, Hamlet, The Taming of the Shrew, and Much Ado About Nothing. 

  • As a follow up to that, when Riddler decides to do a Shakespeare themed Riddle, Jason solves it within the first 10 minutes. Bruce isn’t exactly shocked he always knew Jason was a smart kid, but really? 10 minutes?

  • Whenever Jason is at his absolute lowest point and can’t sleep, he always pulls out one of the many books he has tucked away and reads them until dawn. His favorite book will always and forever be Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. 

  • Even though Jason never really celebrates his birthday, the second Kori and Roy attempt to make a cake for him he jumps up to help them make a Tres Leches Cake. Surprise! He’s actually a phenomenal baker. That’s the moment Roy Harper and Koriand’r fell in love.

  • Damian and Jason aren’t super close close. He’s not close with Steph either. However, Jason wakes up to both Damian and Steph punching the shit out of him on the day of his birthday in order to celebrate. He was too delirious to fight back and ended up hitting Damian with his lamp. They spent the better half of the morning in the hospital with Bruce scolding them. All in all, it’s the best wake-up call Jason has had in a very long time. It made him feel like he was part of the family again.

Went out with my friends to this prestigious place, and had coffee there. It was awesome. It was your typocal fancy italian style restaurant with a grand piano in the centre of the place, nice lighting and really good service. And then afterwards we went to our usual place where we shared a pizza (sort of a tradition), ate deserts, and had ice cream. AND LET ME tell you the icecream was fabulous. I dont really like it usually but man was it delicious. And i ordered mine in a big chocolate cornetto and the crunch and the cold vanilla ice cream was just orgasmic in my mouth. And ofc there were lots of phallic jokes along the way. And i had a tres leches cake(or how we call it trilece, its sponge cake in milk with caramel ond top) and that was amazing too. Perfectly sweet and i love wet deserts.

All this was good but what made it fun was the going out part and having a good time. Which my extroverted soul really really needed it. Haven’t felt so recharged in months man. It really did me good. I am so full of motivation and energy after going out, socializig and having a good time. It lifts all my spirits up. I just need more people around. And more people in my life too. And since we’re there lots of money aswell.

Hope you too had a good time today, person reading this.

Can’t-Miss NYC Eats for the Newly-Made New Yorker (Part 1, Manhattan)

“As the college application season comes to a close, thousands of students around the world have decided that New York City is where they want to live and learn. For the unfamiliar, New York City has a tendency to overwhelm. And with more than 20,000 restaurants and eateries spanning the five boroughs, it can be difficult to determine exactly where and what you want to eat. So, I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be some of New York City’s best spots to grab a bite. Bear in mind, this list is catered to college students who can’t afford to dine at four-star restaurants. 

  • Eataly: 200 5th Avenue, near Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building. This gourmet market stocks a myriad ofItalian specialty goods, as well as conventional and exotic produce, homemadebreads and pastas, fresh meat and seafood, several sit-down restaurants, arooftop brewery and bar, and a café that serves homemade gelato and bakedgoods. One can easily spend an entire afternoon in Eataly, but be warned: thisbastion of gastronomy is not always the most frugal option.
  • Dominique Ansel Bakery: 189 Spring Street, SOHO:Home of the famous “cronut,” this bakery specializes in complicated Frenchdesserts, but also offers sandwiches, salads, soups and ice cream. You cannot go wrong with anything on the menu here.
  • Momofuku Milk Bar: 251 East 13th Street: one of David Chang’s many NYC institutions, goodies from this eccentric sweets shop have probably appeared on your Instagram feed a few times. Most flock to the Milk Bar to try their “Compost Cookies,” “Cereal Milk,” “Crack Pie,” and cake truffles. This bakery also offers cake-making classes, where you yourself may learn how to recreate some of their famous desserts.
  • Levain Bakery: 167 West 74th Street, a healthy walk from Barnard and Columbia! Levain lives up to all the hype. Anyone who knows anything about NYC knows that Levain is THE place for cookies. And these aren’t your average, rinky-dink little Chips Ahoy—cookies from Levain are big, chunky, and full of flavor. Levain also sells freshly-baked breads and pastries, but the cookies are what put this bakery on the map.
  • Doughnut Plant: 220 West 23rd Street, Chelsea. Head here for creative takes on the standard breakfast treat that are guaranteed to satisfy. Flavors rotate and differ based on location (they have many outposts throughout the city,) but frequent favorites include tres leches, carrot cake, and chocolate blackout.
  • Rice to Riches: 37 Spring Street, Nolita. If you’ve ever lamented the underrepresentation of rice pudding in the New York food scene, I have good news for you. Rice to Riches is a one-of-a-kind rice pudding bar offering seasonal and year-round flavors, as well as unconventional toppings, such as chunks of toasted pound cake. Buy yourself an 8 oz. “solo” bowl, or bring 10 friends and tackle the 80 oz. “Moby” bowl.
  • Veselka: 144 2nd Ave, East Village: You might not have expected to find a Ukrainian diner and coffee shop on this list, but hear me out. Veselka is a staple of the East Village frequented by celebrities and commoners alike. The restaurant is open 24-hours, so you can get handmade pierogis and Eastern European specialties such as stuffed cabbage and potato pancakes at 3AM after a long night of uh, studying. Lovingly prepared soups, breads, and pastries are also menu mainstays.
  • Magnolia Bakery: 401 Bleecker Street, West Village. Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg love Magnolia’s cupcakes, which are quite good, but this bakery’s true claim to fame is the banana pudding. Let me tell you, if I could fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool with any single item, I would fill it with Magnolia Bakery’s banana pudding.
  • Big Gay Ice Cream Shop: 125 East 7th Street, East Village. As if you didn’t immediately fall in love with this place based on its name alone, BGIC has some of the best ice cream in the city. Their best-selling cone, the “Salty Pimp,” consists of creamy soft serve vanilla ice cream with dulce de leche, sea salt, and chocolate dip. It’s absolutely divine, but every single item on their menu is a revelation. Lines are long in the summer, but if you’re lucky, some friendly drag queens will keep you company as you wait outside the store. No, I’m not kidding.
  • Russ & Daughters: 179 East Houston Street, Lower East Side. R&D is a traditional appetizing store that opened in 1914 to cater to Jewish immigrants. This does not mean, however, that you have to be Jewish to enjoy their legendary smoked fish and bagels. Though you may wish to convert once you try one of their signature sandwiches. Don’t miss the homemade babka and rugelach, either.
  • Katz’s Delicatessen: 205 East Houston Street at the corner of Ludlow, Lower East Side. I don’t have to tell you about Katz’s, because chances are, you’ve heard of it before. Yes, Katz’s is a little bit expensive, a little bit cliché, and a little bit tourist-y, but their food makes up for all of this. The pastrami, corned beef, and brisket sandwiches are a religious experience.  Just make sure you order your cold cuts on rye with a schmear of mustard, because any other preparation would be an adulteration of the highest magnitude.
  • Shopsin’s General Store: 120 Essex Street, located inside the Essex Street Market. I’ve got four words for you: “macaroni and cheese pancakes.” I’ve got three more words for you: “glazed doughnut sandwiches.” I’ve got six million more words for you, because the menu at Shopsin’s is more than 900 items long. But be forewarned, it’s very difficult to get a seat, your party cannot be more than four people, and it’s not unlikely for customers to be verbally assaulted while they eat. Don’t you just love New York?!
  • Vegan Divas: 1437 1st Avenue. Okay, you probably haven’t heard of this place and you’re probably wondering why I’ve included a vegan boutique cafe on this list when we all know that butter and eggs make the world go ‘round. But Vegan Divas holds a special place in my heart. I first discovered this cafe and bakery in 2012 after I was displaced from my Long Island home by Hurricane Sandy. Okay, I wasn’t displaced, my house was fine, but we had no power and I was hella bored. So there I was, wandering aimlessly around the Upper East Side desperately searching for a wifi signal when their dainty blue awning somehow caught my eye. I’m not a vegan, I’m not even a vegetarian, but for some reason, I felt compelled to go inside. And I am so glad that I did! Vegan Divas offers a wide variety of low-calorie baked goods as well as salads, sandwiches, breakfast items (their granola is stellar) and beverages. The tofu chocolate mousse, chocolate chip cookies, double chocolate brownies, lemon raspberry muffins, olive oil corn muffins, and cinnamon sugar doughnuts are so insanely delicious that you won’t even remember that they’re devoid of animal products. I don’t have a bad thing to say about this place. The way to my heart is with anything from Vegan Divas.
  • Ellary’s Greens: ellarysgreens 33 Carmine Street, West Village. “Health food” restaurants aren’t typically what you’d recommend to a friend who’s seeking out New York City’s essential eateries, but Ellary’s Greens is a sentimental favorite of mine. It’s where I fueled up before participating in my first LGBT rally (which took place around the corner at the Stonewall Inn). It’s also one of the few restaurants in a city that prides itself on pushing the boundaries of gluttony and gastronomy where you can get a delicious, hearty meal that won’t leave you belly-up in a pool of drool on the bathroom floor. Kidding, of course, but the truth is that anyone can make something yummy using butter, bacon, cream, and eggs; only an adept chef can produce food that is both tasty and nutritious without relying on those aforementioned culinary crutches. Ellary’s Greens is fit for meat-eaters, vegetarians, pescetarians, and vegans alike, with many dishes that cater to the lactose and/or gluten intolerant, as well as an array of housemade baked goods and freshly-squeezed juices. I recommend the tofu curry, any of the salads and vegetable sides, the “zinger” shot, and the avocado chocolate mousse. If eating healthy ain’t your speed, try the bacon mac & cheese… I hear it’s pretty good.