wild potato

So I googled ‘what do carrots mean’

And I didn’t find anything (besides dildos and something to do with immature directioners). 

But then while I was looking it up, I found a search result for ‘what do carrots mean in a dream’. The first part was irrelevant but the last part said:

To dream of a carrot can also mean that you need to have patience in your life. Carrots are known for being notoriously hard to grow. Not only do they require almost constant watering, but like garlic, wild onions, potatoes, or any of the other types of plants like that that must take up root firmly in the ground before they can grow, carrots cannot be viewed while they are growing. You cannot simply look at the carrot and tell if it is ready, you have to let it sit in the ground until you believe it is ready, and you have to give it a lot of time. Just like growing carrots, whatever you are working on, you are going to have to give it time if you want to see good results.

I think its some kind of symbolization towards Yousef and Sana’s relationship. Each time, when either of them was hurt (I’m not sure about Yousef yet, but I want it to be something like that. I won’t be able to forgive him otherwise, especially after today's clip. He knows he hurt Sana so he’d better have a legitimate reason or I’m deleting him.) instead of talking it out with each other, they chose to distance themselves and hurt the other. 

But this only applies if Yousef ‘Anything For You Girl‘ fucking Acar has a good reason for what he did. Otherwise, since we know now he can tell he hurt her, he might be aware of her feelings and if he was I swear to god ASDFGHJKL

anonymous asked:

Your opinions on grade changes aren't bad. Actually many conversations I've had with teachers lean towards the change of school systems in general.

Oh heck yeah, changes definitely need to be made, and not just to grades! The whole system is whack, and a lot of it just sets students up for failure >:/ 

I used to think that I only thought that way because I was an angsty lazy fake-rebellious teenager, but I still feel the same way years later haha ^^;


I have waxed poetic so many times about the magical elegance and ease of the galette. It’s a million times simpler to throw together than a pie, but somehow manages to be sexier and far more flexible. You can stuff a galette with anything your heart desires—savory, sweet, umami, the options are limitless. The galette is a boundless tabula rasa upon which you can play. And this savory roasted potato version is no exception.

I’m particularly excited about all things potato as I’m jetting to Idaho as you read these very words. I’ll be spending four days exploring the great wilds of potato and hop farms, apple orchards, dairy farms, and other agricultural wonders. Get ready for some serious country realness on Instagram!

Idaho-bound, it was only fitting to take off for the journey with an autumnal ode to potatoes.

Start with caramelized onions and spinach, add creamy chèvre goat’s cheese, and top that with thinly sliced fingerling potatoes. Finish it off with more goat’s cheese, fresh rosemary, and as much sea salt and cracked pepper as you like.

Read more and get the recipe here!

Magickal Uses for Horse Chestnut (Buckeye)

Planetary Association: Jupiter

Magickal Uses: The Buckeye has been associated for years with money and prosperity, particularly when it comes to gambling. For success at the gaming tables, or to bring money your way, carry a Buckeye in your pocket. Rub it for luck right before you roll the dice. Author Scott Cunningham recommended wrapping one in a dollar bill and then carrying it in a sachet.

Said to prevent rheumatism, arthritis, and headache, and to enhance male vigour. Buckeyes are also used in fertility magick and are especially helpful for men to carry. Use Buckeyes in mojo bags to keep away the evil eye or add to a fertility altar or spell.

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Sweet Potato & Wild Rice Salad w. Cashews & Lemon Dressing

2 cups cooked wild rice (about ½ cup raw) 2 large sweet potatoes, peeled and diced (about 3-4 cups) 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon chili powder salt and pepper to taste 3 cups arugula ½ cup cashew pieces

For the dressing
  • ¼ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • zest of the lemons
  • ⅓ cup good quality olive oil
  • 2 teaspoons agave nectar
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • ¼ teaspoon salt