I have a friend who suffers horrible night terrors so here is what I put in a sleep bag to help her, it’s worked so far for her and maybe I can help someone else, so here is what I put in it, If you have any questions feel free to shoot me an ask:
This oregano never lets me down! It overwinters outside every year and always grows beautifully. I placed a couple of pots underneath one edge of the plant and it has rooted so I will give these to my friends.
1 6 oz. jar of tomato paste ⅓ cup pine nuts, toasted ¼ cup fresh flat leaf parsley, minced ¼ cup fresh oregano, minced ¼ cup fresh basil, minced ½ cup olive oil ½ cup Nutritional Yeast 1 garlic clove, smashed and diced ½ tsp. salt Freshly ground pepper to taste Your Favorite Pasta
Roast garlic in olive oil in 350 degree oven until tender, then cool. Caramelize onion in sautee pan in olive oil. Then turn off heat. Chop basil and oregano and add to onion. Squeeze garlic into onion mix. Pulse in food processor with salt and pepper. Mix onion and garlic mix into meat with parmesan. Form onto 12-14 balls. Sear each ball in olive oil and add to baking pan. Bake in 400 degree oven for 20 minutes then remove. Mix drippings with tomato sauce and pour over meatballs.
SO! I’ve had these pages drawn out for almost a year now. When I showed them to my beta reader, she told me I needed to work on pacing, and looking back, I definitely agree. This was supposed to be the first update of Delude, and I just jumped right into the action. Yeesh.
But anyways, alot has changed since then which unfortunately renders these pages unusable (such as, I’ve changed how this scene is going to play out (pacing, yay!), several characters have different designs, etc.) So I thought, why waste perfectly good pages, might as well post them!
Think of it as a kind of preview for the real thing! Cheers!
Toast corn gently over open flame on stove. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in pan with flour to make roux. Add milk, nutmeg, salt and pepper. Heat until thickened. Cut corn off cob and toss together with cheese and oregano. Mix with bechamel sauce and pour into baking dish. Top with the other 2 tablespoons butter and breadcrumbs. Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees.
I am currently growing a few plants, and they’re each at their own stage of growth and life. But I wanted to share what they are, why I want them, and how I keep them in health and happiness.
What Plants I am Growing:
Why I am Growing Each:
Basil - To help (ALONG WITH PRESCRIBED MEDICATION) the blood sugar of both myself and my grandmother. When monitored by a trained physician, basil can help to lower the blood sugar levels if they are dangerously high. I drink it in tea, my grandmother ingests it in cooking.
Cilantro - To cook with. It’s a delicious spice. It’s also very good for love spells if you’re into that sort of thing.
Lavender - Everything about it. It aids in my depression, soothes my skin in the bath, smells amazing, and it can help repel evil! It’s also great for the diviners among us, as it strengthens the third eye.
Oregano - For my immune system. Cooking with oregano is a good way to use “Nature’s Antibiotic”. It helps fight off infections and germs, when added to other healthy habits.
Sweet Mint - Sweet and Minty! I love it for teas, especially for stomach aches. I add it to my basil tea for the flavoring. And the sweetness saves me from needing sugar or honey in my tea as well.
How I am Caring for Them:
Blessed Water in My Bottle that I Mist Them With
Singing Songs to Them
Moss Agate Crystals in Each Plant
And that’s the basics on my little witchy garden. Tomorrow I transfer three of my plants from the window to the outdoor garden so wish me luck! Pictures to follow!