-crush some garlic and chop some red onion.
-peel some flat cap mushrooms.
-pull off the mushroom stalks and chop them.
-pile the chopped stalks, onion and garlic into the mushroom caps and squeeze over some lemon juice, sprinkle with salt and pepper then drizzle with olive oil.
-bake in the oven at 190 Celsius for about 30 mins
Here’s the latest in the Flatmates AU I’ve been working on. It’s a bittersweet chapter, I think. You can catch up on Ao3 here [x]. Thanks to my AU mates @harritudur and @feuillesmortes for all the inspiration you always seem to give me!
“Lizzie, it’s mum. Just checking in.” Mum’s voice crackled on the answering machine over the hum of the tape. “We’ve moved, just so you know. So Christmas may be a bit hectic this year, darling, everything is still in boxes you know. Let me give you the address…”
Moved? Lizzie’s brows knit in consternation as she slung her rucksack onto the floor and copied the new address and phone number onto the pad on her nightstand.
She dialed up the number immediately and waited while the line rang. Mum had never so much as mentioned a moved to her in the past, not that she’d noticed any how.
“Mum?” Lizzie leaned up against her headboard and drew her knees up to her chest. “I just got your message.”
November is Zelda month. At least it is to @peanutbuttergamer over on YouTube (https://youtu.be/PmLi8Mx7Yf0). I’ve been a fan of his videos for a while now and I thought I’d get into the spirit by putting together a month’s worth of Legend of Zelda recipes for you all!
The Legend of Zelda series doesn’t have much in the way of food that doesn’t come in the form of a potion. However, in Twilight Princess, making soups is integral to your completion of the Snowpeak Ruins dungeon. The first soup you make is appropriately named ‘Simple Soup’ and it’s made with what’s called a Reekfish from Zora’s Domain.
Although not a real fish, the Reekfish shares several similarities with a real world salmon. It’s general shape, strong smell, and the fact that it’s found in cold waters are some good indicators of this. To this end I’ll be using salmon fillet in the recipe. If your local grocery store happens to have a fresh seafood section, I’d suggest asking one of the fish mongers for a boneless fillet instead of purchasing something frozen. Skin on is fine as I’ll be explaining how to remove it later in the recipe. Speaking of the recipe, let’s get to it!
Everybody say onion keep it going
Ogres, green layers, ONION.
I’m a skinny bitch but I still take ONION
I got a fat ass but I still take the ONION
I got a flat ass but I still take an ONION
Wake up in the morning and I eat that ONION
I’m a redhead but I still take the ONION
I’m a gay guy but I still take ONION
White girls, swag girls take ya man’s ONION
*something inaudible and gargled* ONION
White and I’m thick but you know I get the ONION
Yeah I read books but they all about ONION
ONION ONION ONION ONION
I like girls can I still take ONION?
A/N: This took me a few days to write because I kept rewriting it since I wasn’t happy how the original one turned out. I like this one tho! I tweaked the shy/affectionate request and added the whole of bangtan in for some christmas-y mood and idk I feel kinda happy reading this, so I hope you’ll like it too. Merry Christmas everyone!
It was that time of the year again. It was Christmas! The thought of it alone made you giddy with excitement, especially since this year, for the first time ever, you would not be third-wheeling anybody. In fact, you would be spending the festive season with your boyfriend and his fun and absolutely hilarious group mates.