Dreamy Citrus Fusion
galactic medicine punch
Midnight Moonlight March
Healing Bubble Whirlpool, which makes it sound like I can summon up hot tubs to relax in.
Icy Syrup Bell…? My power sounds deeply unpleasant.
Beautiful Winter Passion
That actually sort of sounds like me to be honest
Galactic sugar rod.
Well, that sounds dirty.
Dreamy Witch Kiss
Well, my wife might say it fits?
Shining Love Blast. That fits…
did a thing and started watching Supernatural.
I’ve also been without electricity for a bit, and while I’m excited to have it back, I’m going to watch more Supernatural instead of tumblring.
It’s too dang cold to do anything but lay underneath a mountain of blankets and stare blankly at a screen.
Kimchi & Bacon Fried Rice
this is all kinds of wrong, beginning with that jar of kimchi.
"mother in laws kimchi" reviewed by eric ripert omg
and what is that plastic photoshop egg
LMAO @ “plastic photoshop egg”
WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THAT EGG THOUGH??
it looks like a chunk of fabric someone drew a yellow circle in
plasticky white food substance concocted around a fake shiny yellow centre, emblematic of the entire mess of a dish really. mmmm. throw in some bacon and the wrong kind of green onion on the wrong grain of rice and serve in an inappropriate bowl. top with japanese style lacquered chopsticks and pose next to a preposterously labeled dwarf jar of ‘artisanal’ kimchi and pronounce it authentic…ally fusional. It’s as korean as that guy from 2 broke girls. shouldn’t it be mother’s-in-law though? every korean learns that as part of their toefl prep…
the backstory to the recipe was a little annoying but…
this is what happens when cuisine goes global. things change. they aren’t traditional. they are adapted to another country’s palette.
the writer of the recipe never claimed it to be authentic korean food. it is something that tastes good and happens to incorporate korean flavors and ingredients.
and anyway, korea is, like, the number one offender of “the wrong kind” of anything when it comes to any kind of food other than their own.
I made kimchi fried rice for dinner many times while I was in Japan.
So because I had Japanese chopsticks it’s suddenly offensive?
I hope that person was trolling, or gets equally as upset about corn on pizza (seriously Japan, what’s the deal) or the fact that crab rangoons don’t exist in China.
It just doesn’t stop
I may have broken my foot, in an unrelated incident to my attempted flight down the flight of stairs.
Can I fast-forward to summer or something?