Her daddy always wanted to teach her to hunt but now she been taught by a real nigga the only way she needs to work for the one meal she need as a white hole. White girls are our slaves made to serve for the purpose of milking out the seed of the future and being the vessel that nurtures the end of the weaker race.
Question: do Americans ever drink plain milk along their meals or is it like just for coffe and cereal? Like, Im from Sweden and I shug down a liter of milk each day no problem. Or is it just a scandinavian thing Im so confused??
Omg I just went to get a latte from my regular coffee shop and I always have the same guy serving me and I must bug him so much as I would always ask for almomd milk (im lactose intolerant) but they would just have lacto free so I stuck with that and today as I drank my latte I could tell the difference in the milk and asked if they started serving almond milk and the guy just shyly said “well you always ask if we have it so i got it specially for you” thiS GUY BOUGHT THE MILK WITH HIS OWN MONEY I FEEL SO PREVILEDGED RIGHT NOW EAAAAHH
Rote Grütze is a tasty berry dessert from Northern Germany. It’s particularly popular in summer when all the berries are in season. Served with vanilla sauce, or milk/cream.
6 cups fresh or frozen, unsweetened berries (raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, red currants) - 1/2 cup sugar - 2 tbsp. sago/cornstarch - 1/4 cup cold water - 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice - 1 tsp. vanilla extract
For fresh berries: stem, wash, dry in collander. For frozen: thaw before using. For a smooth pudding, process berries in a blender, 2 cups at a time, until pureed. For chunkier (traditional!), process 3 or 4 cups, and chop the rest, blending with puree. Stir cornstarch or sago in cold water until smooth. Combine berries and sugar in non-stick pan; bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Stir cornstarch mix again, add into berry mix, keep stirring. Reduce heat and let simmer for 3 mins, stirring constantly, until mix starts to thicken. Remove from heat; stir in lemon juice and vanilla. Pour into a serving bowl or individual dessert bowls. Cover and chill in the fridge for 24 hours. This is traditionally garnished with a Vanilla Custard Sauce , but you may also use whipped cream, vanilla ice cream, or heavy cream.
“Omg I just went to get a latte from my regular coffee shop and I always have the same guy serving me and I must bug him so much as I would always ask for almond milk (I’m lactose intolerant) but they would just have lacto free so I could tell the difference in the milk and asked if they started serving almond milk and the guy just shyly said “well you always ask if we have it so I got it specially for you” this GUY BOUGHT THE MILK WITH HIS OWN MONEY I FEEL SO PREVILEDGED RIGHT NOW”
And I would appreciate if you would let me know what you think, since this is the first fic I wrote after a few (five I think?) months.
The first time Emma Swan stepped into Jolly’s Cafe, she was stunned by the nautical theme that was all around. The walls were covered by old maps, anchors, pictures of the sea and different ships, wooden tablets decorated with ship’s wheels and even a replica of a ship on a wall. She fell in love with the place, not just because of the way it looked but also because it was near the beach (which Emma thought was part of the reason why everything was so… nautical) and their drinks were better than Starbucks or even Granny’s. Another important thing that made Emma go back to the coffee shop, was the presence of the two brothers that worked there: Liam Jones, who was the owner of the shop which she found out thanks to Elsa and Killian Jones, Liam’s brother which found out about that thanks to his big mouth.
Elsa was the one who discovered Jolly’s Cafe and started to develop a crush on the owner since her first time there. Starting from the second time she went there, Elsa took Emma with her both for support and because she wanted to have her best friend there with her to talk about “the hot owner of the place”. Secretly, Elsa hoped that Emma would see something in the “even hotter brother of the owner’s business” (Emma’s words, not hers) too, but since Emma was very good at spotting a lie, and Elsa a really bad liar, Emma found out very soon what Elsa’s real intentions were.
“I’m not going to fall in love with him as soon as I lay eyes on him, Elsa. That’s you, not me,” Emma told her friend.
“But he’s hot,” Elsa whispered to her.
“And I thought you had a thing for his brother,” Emma added hoping that Elsa would stop.
“I do, but I also have eyes, Emma.”
“Still not going to happen. So stop.”
The two began to go to Jolly’s daily, sometimes even twice a day, when they had their breaks, but Killian Jones mostly stayed out of their discussions.
Emma rarely asked for something that wasn’t a normal coffee, a hot chocolate in the morning or an iced tea in the afternoon so when she asked for a latte one morning, she should’ve expected to see a look of surprise on Killian’s face. And yet, she did not.
Request: Hello em & mars. Hope y'all doing gr8. As simple as it gets. Awkward jk trying to help/ deal with his gf when she has her period. “1st time for him” Thanks.
Jungkook was almost sure that he had done something wrong, even if he couldn’t imagine what that was, that or you were being particularly moody today.
You were sitting together as you watched television or at least tried to do so as none of the channels or the programs that were on satisfied you, you grumbled under your breath at each, saying how pointless television was these days, Jungkook kept quiet just watching you, thinking it was a bit odd but that maybe you couldn’t find something in particular.
-But what do you want to see?- he asked.
-I don’t know- you snapped. -Nothing of this for sure, I can’t believe there’s nothing good on, what are people doing with TV these days? How they even earn their money?-
Jungkook looked ahead at the TV deciding to not say anything else, then he noticed you were rearranging for what was probably the tenth time the cushions behind you, you had done that too many times since you sat on the couch so Jungkook stared oddly at you but he didn’t say anything about that either.
-I wanna eat something- you stated suddenly turning off the TV, standing up. Jungkook stood up as well, he was always down for food so he agreed following you to the kitchen. Once there you looked into the fridge and frowned at whatever was inside. You were behaving weirdly ever since he arrived, you had invited him to spend the day at your house, saying you missed him so much, but now Jungkook was doubting if you really wanted him there.
-We could order something- he proposed trying to find a solution to your bad mood.
-No, I’m not hungry anymore-
Jungkook was bafled, just minutes ago you had said you were hungry, and now weren’t. -Y/N, is there something wrong?-
-Why are you angry? I don’t understand- he said it clearly, you were being all angry and moody for no reason.
-I’m not angry ok? I’m just…- you huffed. -I just need a damn break-
Jungkook frowned, a break from what? From him? -Did I do something?-
Jungkook doubted, maybe he hadn’t done anything after all. -Yes… or well, I don’t know what’s wrong and you are being like this-
-Well sorry if that’s so wrong for you-
He sighed. -Do you want me here or should I leave? Because I feel like you are… I don’t know having a moment and I don’t understand what is fucking wrong-
-Yes leave- you sighed soundly. -Of course not, don’t leave, I want to be with you, I just don’t know why everything is so shitty today-
-If you tell me what’s wrong, I could help, don’t you think? Because if it is something that I did then tell me, I’ll fix it-
You crossed your arms annoyed. -This is not about you Jungkook-
-Then what is it? Why are you being like this?-
You seemed to doubt for a moment and looked warily at him, your arms still crossed in front of your chest. -I have my period ok?- you admitted with a frown. -Excuse me if I didn’t want to tell you-
Summary: A girl, a modern New York princess more like, move to the Heights. She’s trying to keep her nannies legacy alive. It proves to be a lot more troublesome than first thought. With no help from the stupid little nerd across the street who runs the bodega.
Warnings: No Usnavi sorry I gotta set up the story, character death. Racist little shits, not everyone who lives in the Upper East Side is a dick it’s just a stereotype, probably also bad Spanish
A/N: I wrote this in a day oml
It was the day after her only son’s graduation that Isa started looking for a new job. She’d been let go a year before. Her son didn’t know. She’d been doing odd jobs all over the city trying to make ends meet. It was made worse since she was Latino, most white businessmen didn’t want Isa for more than a cleaning lady.
Nothing ever worked out. She was on call for a fancy hotel, it had penthouse at the very top for the owner. It’s where most of her money came from. Even though that wasn’t a lot either. The job search had been going poorly for a week when Isa got a call.
aoi doesnt have much backstory, he lived in the town of ghosts as a quiet and depressed prince, never really going outside or speaking to anyone. his house was complexity silent next to the ocean where it still stands empty, a moon floating in the middle of the castle’s colosseum.
he ran away from ghosts two years ago, and now lives happily serving cupcakes and milk in a stary cafe in a small town on the peek of mt.pyre.
Nutella Brownie Milkshake by instagram.com/thescranline ⠀
-100ml milk (any type will do)⠀
-8 scoops of vanilla ice cream⠀
-1 tsp vanilla extract⠀
-600ml thickened cream (for whipping)⠀
-5 tbsp nutella⠀
-chocolate brownies, chopped into small cubes⠀
-chocolate sauce to drizzle⠀
Add thickened cream to a large metal mixing bowl. Whip on high using a hand mixer until cream thickens to stiff peaks that can hold their shape. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside in the fridge.⠀
Squeeze chocolate sauce around the inside of your serving jar. Set aside.⠀
Add milk, ice cream, Nutella, brownies and vanilla extract to a food blender and blend until everything is well combined. Pour into your serving jar.⠀
Fit the end of your piping bag with a 1M tip and fill with whipped cream. Pipe on top of your milkshake. It may sink a little. One way to prevent this is to pipe starting in the centre and make your way around the outside of the jar so that the cream sticks to the glass and then continue piping to create a cone effect.⠀
Sprinkle with chopped brownies and finish off with a serving straw.⠀
Chronic pain is a major side effect of chronic illness. I have found a spice that is an all natural pain killer/ symptom calmer. It’s called Turmeric! Turmeric is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant, but the root of turmeric is also used widely to make medicine.
Turmeric is used for joint pain, stomach problems (including heartburn and Crohn’s disease), skin problems, inflammation from injury or chronic illness, recovery from surgery and cancer, autoimmune disorders, common illness (headaches, fever, etc.), diabetes, jaundice, liver problems, high cholesterol, fatigue, fibromyalgia, leprosy, menstrual problems, depression, Alzheimer’s disease, swelling in the middle layer of the eye (anterior uveitis), water retention, worms, tuberculosis, urinary bladder inflammation, and kidney problems.
One thing to consider though is the medication you are currently taking. It can cause stomach discomfort with curtain medicine (such as omeprazole). Just be cautious and do your research or talk to your doctor(s).
The list is definitely impressive, it helps so so much with my EDS. Since obviously you can’t just eat it, this recipe will make it taste delicious!
1 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk, preferably coconut milk beverage or almond milk
1 (3-inch) cinnamon stick
1 (1-inch) piece turmeric, unpeeled, thinly sliced, or ½ teaspoon dried turmeric
1 (½-inch) piece ginger, unpeeled, thinly sliced
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil
¼ teaspoon whole black peppercorns
Ground cinnamon (for serving)
Whisk coconut milk, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, honey, coconut oil, peppercorns, and 1 cup water in a small saucepan; bring to a low boil. Reduce heat and simmer until flavors have melded, about 10 minutes. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into mugs and top with a dash of cinnamon.
Golden milk can be made 5 days ahead. Store in an airtight container and chill. Warm before serving.
Using fresh turmeric adds a clean, bright flavor to this drink, but dried turmeric can be substituted when fresh is not available. Keep in mind that dried turmeric will settle to the bottom of the mug, so stir well before drinking.
“This fresh milk comes from Hateno cows and white goats in the village. It’s delicious on its own but can also be used as an ingredient in soups and stews.
Make this by heating up some milk. Drink it before bed to ensure a good night’s sleep.”
This is just a really simple, easy recipe that you can embellish however you like. You can drink it hot or cold. Makes two servings.
- Two cups milk of choice
- Honey, to taste
- One teaspoon vanilla or almond extract
- a pinch of salt
- a pot or mug
Heat milk in the pot until just hot, or, heat milk in mug in the microwave until hot. Stir in honey, vanilla and salt. Serve hot, or, wait for it to cool and store in the fridge for later. And that’s it! This also makes an excellent libation offering.
This soup is prepared with herbs and vegetables to promote healing, boost mental energy, and give your soul its strength back.
Serve to friends going through tough times, or enjoy for yourself after a draining day.
1 medium carrot
1 medium onion
1 tablespoon flour
1 cup chicken broth
½ teaspoon paprika, salt, and pepper
1 celery stalk
1 stick of butter
3 cups chopped tomatoes
2 bay leaves
1 cup milk
Mince the celery, onion, and carrot. Sauté in a skillet with butter until soft. Add tomatoes, broth, bay leaves, salt, and pepper. Simmer 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Carefully remove bay leaves.
Serve with a cup of milk on the side.
Rote Grütze used to be a specialty from Schleswig-Holstein in the very North of Germany, but it is now popular in all of Germany during berry time. The same dessert exists in Denmark and scandinavia, from where it originated.
Currants and raspberries give the red colour. Blackberries may also be added. The berries are cooked in water, strained, and sweetened to taste. Strawberries and cherries may be added now. Finally, mix is thickened with starch, traditionally sago.
It is served hot or cold with milk, cream, or vanilla sauce.