Friday, 26 September 2014

Let's sit down and have "the talk" - Since you asked (no one asked)  This is where recipes come from.

When someone, like myself and food love each other very much, they want to create a recipe together.  Pahaha, I can't even continue on that route, I'm actually giggling at my desk, I'm too British for this.

Creating recipes are complex and strange thing, because I've never met one person that does it the same way..

I once asked a TV baker for his process in creating a recipe.  He said he thought of his cookbook style, what his chapters were going to be around, what flavours he could use, and then went from there. 

I watched an interview once with a TV chef (My memory fails me as to which one) who said that he puts days of research into each dish, testing different flavours and textures and using his base knowledge of prior recipes to get it right.

Then there are some people who have a recipe they love and strip it down to make it healthier.  Every creation story is individual.

My process is a little different.  It all depends on how hungry I am, what's in my fridge and then throw a whole shit-load of luck in there as well.

Here is my thought process - From start to finish.  A conversation with myself, and the birth (if you like) of a recipe that is on this blog - You'll probably guess which one before hand, but I will tell you at the end...

- I am so hungry.  All I've seen today on the internet is pictures of pie.

- I quite fancy a pie actually.


-Right, the fridge, my second source of inspiration.  Hello you beautiful bastard.

- Aaaand it's pretty empty.  Why is it always empty?

- Can I be bothered to go to the shop?  This time of evening who knows what sort of ruffians could be hanging around outside.

- Ugh, and you just KNOW they will ask you to buy them booze.  And their ring leader will probably be smaller than I am.

- Ah, c'mon, it will only take 5 minutes.. I can get pastry for the pie!

- I'm already in my pyjamas though.  Hmmm...

- Unless I made a stew instead.  I could totally make a stew.  I have all the ingredients for a stew.

- Hmmmm, but maybe I was right to make a pie?  Maybe I could do one with a potato top instead of a pastry?

- Easy way to decide this.  If I have potatoes, I'm making a pie.

- SCORE.  I found potatoes in the pantry.  PIE IS A GO PEOPLE.

- Ah crap.  There's washing up in the sink.  Why is there ALWAYS washing up.

- A lot of washing up, actually.  Eww, and the sponge is slimey.  And there's food in the plughole.  Fantastic.

- Guess I'm cleaning out the plughole then.

-Ergh.  When the hell did we have spaghetti?  Last week?  The one before?

-Ahh man, my chopping board is at the bottom all covered in grease!

- That's fine.  I'll wash that first then.  Whilst preheating the oven.  For my pie.  God I'm so good at multitasking.  I should have my own show.

- And people would say "Gosh, how does she do it?!"

- Pretty sure that would be the name of my show.  It would also be my catchphrase.  BOING!  "How DOES SHE DO IT?!"  -Fake laugh track-

- And the camera would zoom in and I'd shrug and be like "I'm just normal folks!"

- This is actually starting to sound like a sitcom.

- Either way I'd probably be dressed real nice.  Like stock photo nice.  Lots of white trousers, drapes and no slimey sponges.

- And I wouldn't be in my pyjamas.  Probably.

- Actually screw the white trousers, these PJS have happy vegetables on them.  Way cooler.

- Hmmm, speaking of vegetables, what ones do I have in my empty fridge?

- Slightly off looking Mushrooms, a sorry looking carrot and some kale.  Interesting.  Interesting.

- I bet Jamie Oliver would be able to make an 8 course meal out of that.

- And he'd be all like, I love a bit of kale, throw that in.

- He probably would wear Pyjamas too.

- Okay, Jamie.  You're on.  I am going to use Kale in my pie.  I can be sophisticated and junk.

- God, why do they only sell shredded kale at the market?  It gets everywhere.  It is impossible to only bring a handful out.

- Grr!  It's like the leaves hug onto their shredded brethren.  "IF YOU LEAVE, I LEAVE.  DON'T LET GO KALE-LEIGH!"

- Pahaha.  Brilliant name for my humanoid kale.  Kayleigh, .. Kale-leigh... Kaleigh? pahahah.

- Apparently kale goes well with eggs... maybe I should make something with kale and eggs?

- The stinky duo.  Kaleigh and er... Edgar?  Eggar?  Benedict?  Gregg?

- I sense there is a childrens story in this.  I am just rolling in good ideas today.

- ....aaaaaaaaand surprise!  We have no eggs.  Back to the pie we go.  This is gonna be good.  I can feel it.

- Okay.  Let's get some garlic in there.  Garlic must go in every pie.

- I hate peeling garlic.  Why is it so fiddly?

- It's at moments like this I remember those garlic presses that I keep forgetting to buy.

- But when I'm in the cookshop, it's all "Buy this random chicken jug!" and "Get this chocolate mould shaped like daleks!"

- Bloody brain.

- Garlic is peeled and crushed.  Finally.  In the pan it goes.  Let's glug some oil in there...

- How have I made this much mess from just peeling garlic?

- Just found some shredded kale on the floor.  Point proven.  It. Gets.  Everywhere.

- Chop the onions.  Onions are a must.

- Oh god, this is a strong onion.

- Abort!  Abort!  My eyes are on FIRE.

- Why are onions so freakin evil?  Everytime!

- Mascara companies would make a mint if they targeted people peeling onions.

- Though knowing them, the chef would be some beautiful tall woman, who would daintily wipe away one stupid tear as she cut up one tiny bit of onion.  In her stupidly tidy and bright kitchen.  In her stupid white trousers.

- Right, Garlic is as black as my mascara smudges.  Ah well.  Adds to the flavour.

- Bollocks.  Just realised I forgot to peel and boil the potatoes for the topping.

- Gah! My timings are off.  They do say never cook when you're hungry...

- But then, like... when are you supposed to cook?!  Isn't the point of being hungry to make some food to eat?

- I'm thinking way too deep into this.  Back to my pie.

- Right.  This is definitely looking more like a stew.  Stew it is.  We'll say it was supposed to be that way.

- Transfer to stock pot is going well.  Only a few runaway onion pieces.

- Right, stock.  Need some stock.

- I don't care what anyone says, stock reminds me of crap school dinners.

- and it's beautiful. -GIANT SNIFF-  Everything on school dinners had crap stocky gravy on it.

- Chips?  Put some gravy on it.

- Sausage and mash?  Put some gravy on it.

- Beans?  Put some gravy on it.

- Pudding?  Put some gravy on it.

- Damn it, I really want sausage and mash now.  I don't want stupid pie stew.

- Could I have a side of sausage and mash with my pie stew?  Maybe I could do a sausage stew.

- Feck it.  I have some sausages.  Let's make a sausage stew.

- This means I HAVE to put some beans in this.

- It's like an unwritten sausage rule.

- Sausage is a weird word.


- Sahhh Sige


- Now it sounds stupid.  Pfft.

-I should definitely make this into a post, I bet it's gonna look badass.

- Must not forget to prick the sausages.  Don't want them all puffed up and exploding oil like last time.

- Must make a mental note to put that in the post.  Don't want people coming to me saying my recipe caused a sausage to explode in their eye.

- Ha.  That's a funny image.

- Can you imagine explaining that to an A&E doctor?

- Though to be honest, I watched a programme on BBC3 about people who had gone into A&E with weird injuries like lightbulbs stuck up their bums so maybe sausage oil incidents wouldn't be that weird.

- Like how would you even stick a light bulb up there?  Without it even breaking?

- Actually kind of impressed and repulsed at the same time.

- I'm concerned that I'm thinking too much into this.

- Hmm, this whole time I've been thinking about lightbulb colonics, I've added too many lentils to this stew.

- Naturally.

- This dinner is a disaster.

- Alas I continue on as I refuse to waste food.  Even over-lentil-ed sausage pie stew casserole.

- Hey brain, remember that time we ate very burnt homemade banana chips?

- Good times.  Good times.

- I will peel my potatoes.  For my mash.  I am having mash with this now.

- So actually, this is more of a casserole.

- Just had a lightbulb moment.  Giggle.  I am making a casserole.

- I can use my new casserole dish!  Let's transfer from stock pot to dish...

- Wow, my washing up pile is really stacking up.  And all I've done is burn some garlic and transfer cold vegetables between three containers.

- Screw it.  Let's just put this whole mess in the oven and see how it comes out.

- Good job I forgot to turn off the oven from earlier.  Even if it is now hotter than the sun.

- Ahh, added bonus is the extreme heat from half an hour of pre-heating means it's burnt all the cheese stains to a crisp.

- I should probably clean my oven soon.

- But then again, it's probably just seasoned, right?

- Like with cast iron pans?

- Yeah I'm sticking with that if anyone ever comments on the cheese stains.

- And they'll probably believe me if I put enough confidence into it.

- Food blogger bullshit.  That should totally be a thing.

- Things like "Oh my oven is seasoned, and it wasn't supposed to come out that way but it was 10 times better that it did!"

- Is it done yet?

- I could wash up I suppose..

- Ughh, I'm too HUNGRY to wash up.

- I'm so hungry I don't feel hungry anymore.

- I can at least put the potatoes on the boil for the mash.

- So productive.  If only my teachers could see me now.

- Let's give it a quick check.  Ohh it actually looks like a thing.  IT LOOKS LIKE REAL FOOD.

- Maybe I should post this.  Hmm, what's the weather like outside?

- Pants.  It's sunny.  Not exactly stew weather.

- But this isn't a stew really is it?  It's a Pie-stew-casserole.

- Hmm... what would be a good name for that?

- I'm so rubbish at naming recipes.  Casserstew?  Stewpie?

- Pfft that is stupid.

- hang on.... STEW-pid.

- STEWPID!  Yes, let's work with that.  Hmm..

- Ah man, I dunno.  Stewpid Sausarole?

- Hold on, can I remember what I actually put in this?

- Garlic, onion.. carrot.. a shitload of kale and then I got sidetracked thinking about stuff...

- Ah well.  Nevermind.  At least I remember what went into the sauce.

- Only because I've not tidied up any of the ingredients.

- It pays to be messy kids.


- Ah man, the sausages do NOT look cooked.  Must check with husband.

- "If you think they're cooked, serve them"

- What an answer.

- That puts all blame on me if we get the trots.

- Screw it.  I'll put it in for five more minutes.

- This is the longest five minutes of my life.

- I swear, this has been about 5 years.

- I'm soooo hungryyyyyyyy.


- That looks better... right?  I'm sure it's cooked.  I mean, it's got to be, everything is bubbling around it.

- Dishin up my stew-a-role.  This is a real mish-mash of food.

- Mash, hah.


And that ladies and gents, was how I came to create this recipe.  Which if made properly won't use up 3 different pots and pans.  I'd like to point out that I'd made it twice after that and several times since.  And I didn't forget the potatoes the next time.

What's your way of creating a recipe?  Are you more structured?  Do you go off on tangents?  Comment below!

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Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Disclaimer and all that jazz:  Adagio teas sent me some samples and one of their lush new infuser mugs to review, but they haven't paid me for my opinion or told me what to write at all.  All graphics, opinion, photos and taste buds are mine.

I really like loose leaf tea and I don't think it get's enough love.  I mean, I get it.  Loose leaf isn't as easy as popping in a teabag, but seriously, life is better loose.  If you catch my drift. -wink-

This weekend, we set about doing some DIY, this including battering the hell and staining some wooden shelves, painting, and other various DIY activities using my beloved hilarious 80's DIY book.  For those who haven't been with me very long, the book is in this post.  It's the best.  Dungarees RULE.

Anyway, I digress.

Anyone who has ever done all their own DIY before can attest that it takes up all your time, and that you need a good cuppa to keep you going.  So naturally, I thought this would be the perfect time to review some loose leaf tea and a brand spanking new infuser mug from adagio teas uk.

They promised me I'd love it.  Let's see if they are right.  Along with the mug, they sent me 5 teas to sample.

One day of DIY.  One mug.  Five teas.  Absolutely no time for photos.  Let's do this.

Blood orange

Brewing time: 5- 10 minutes.

Type: Fruit tea.

Smell: This smells amazing, I am tempted to rub this on myself in the vain hope that I'll smell like sweet oranges. 

Hopes:   I don't have high hopes for this one, as fruit tea is my least favourite.  I usually add a bit of green to it, to give it a kick.  But I've got an open mind.

While it brews: It surprises me by turning red, I take my pictures, and head off to DIY.  I have to say, so far, I'm liking the mug.  I put the lid on whilst it infused to keep it warm, and then it doubles up as an infuser holder!  No mess.  Bang on.

Verdict: Better than I thought.  I say it tastes like warm squash, and has a lush sweetness to it instead of that musty tang that most fruit teas have.  I think I prefer the smell of it more, but if you're into fruit tea, you'd probably like it.


Brewing time: 3 minutes

Type: Flavoured Black tea

Smell:  Giving it a whiff, it smells like cheap chocolate, the kind without sweeteners in it.  It's got that kick of black tea though, which kinda adds to it.

Hopes: I had really high hopes for this one.  I like chocolate tea.  Plus, with it being a black tea, there's the option to add milk if you fancy.

While it brews: It brews like a black tea would.  I have to say, the smell once you add the water is 10 times better than the smell of the dry leaves.  It smells like rich melted chocolate.

Verdict:  I took a sip and the smell was definitely stronger than the taste.  I added an extra teaspoon of tea and left it for an extra minute.  The next sip was much better, the chocolate flavour isn't overwhelming, but the black tea is nice, which definitely adds to it.  Tastes pretty good with a dash of milk as well.  More like if you'd melted chocolate in a mug, and then had a tea in it straight after without washing it.  That's the best way to describe it.

Masala Chai

Brewing time: 5 minutes

Type: Ceylon chai infusion

Smell: I can smell it through the bag.  I stick my nose right in and feel like I've been punched in the face with a spice bag.

Hopes:  I have to be in the mood for chai, but I like it if it's prepared properly.  I can see whole cloves, pulled bits of ginger and whole cardamom seeds, so I'm pretty hopeful actually.

While it brews:  I didn't have time to make it the traditional way, I stick it in my infuser and hope for the best.  My kitchen smells like an exotic spice shop.  The cloves make me think of Christmas.  I say as much to my husband who tells me it's too early to think of such things.  Whatever, I don't play by no rules.

Verdict: Lovely.  Not too strong, but lovely and warming.  There isn't one overwhelming flavour, which screams out to me.  This is definitely a tea for winter, but not for one if you don't like spices or overwhelming flavours.  Husband doesn't agree, but he doesn't like cloves.

Silver Sprout

Brewing Time: 3 minutes

Type: Green tea

Smell:  Earthy, like a proper green tea.  Though if I'm honest, I've still got the nose punch from the chai, so it is affecting my sense of smell slightly.

Hopes:  I really do like trying new green teas.  It took me ages to like them, so I'm an open book to this one.

While it brews: Smells like a nice green tea.  I like watching it unfurl in the infuser.  Husband is excited about this one, he loves plain teas.

Verdict:  It really is lovely.  It's really rich and smokey, I think that's the only way I can describe it.  It's not too strong, but doe pack a punch.  Husband greedily brews another mug up to have whilst we paint.

White Peach

Brewing time: 3- 5 minutes

Type:  White tea infusion

Smell:  Imagine biting into a fresh juicy peach.  I don't know how they did it, but that is EXACTLY how this smells.  Right down to the juiciness.

Hopes:  They are high.  The hopes are very very high.

While it brews:  Hopes are still high, the smell that is wafting out of this mug right now is amazing.  I want to marry this smell.

Verdict:  This is it.  This is my favourite.  It's sweet, very delicate - it's not too tangy and it definitely doesn't taste artificial.  I'm not ashamed to tell you all that there is maybe one cups worth of tea left in this packet now.  Husband and I have drank our way through the whole thing in a few days.


So this mug:  I was promised three things:-

  1. Easy to use
  2. Easy to clean
  3. Great tasting tea

I can tell you that it did deliver on all three things.  The infuser is large enough to let the tea infuse properly, lot's of space for the leaves to get jiggy.  This does affect the taste in a positive way.  Jiggy leaves = Tasty leaves.

Another plus is having the lid to seat the infuser on.  It means you can just take the whole thing with you.  No waiting around for it to brew so you can take the infuser out.  I literally brewed the tea, popped the lid on, and off I went.  This makes things incredibly quick.  The infuser is easy to clean out as well.  A 30 second rinse and it was done.

The downside, for me, is the size of the mug.  During the day I have a big BIG mug.  Was perfect for my morning cup of mate though.

Gen is indifferent to the mug.  She is more interested in my sandwich that is out of shot.

Cheers adagio for sending me this stuff to review, if you're interested in their awesomely wide range of tea, you can visit them here.

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Friday, 19 September 2014

I haven't had a very good week.  It was one of those weeks where everything that could have gone wrong, went wrong.  I'm not even exaggerating, every problem you could think of happened, and so I sit here on  a Friday, (naturally after receiving some bad news, because this is the week from hell) a little bit dazed and massively in need of a hug.  What's a girl to do?

When I was a teenager, I found a poster that said "When life hands you lemons, stuff them in your bra."

That little poster made me laugh, and I kept a copy of it on my school notepad, in my diary, on my wall and even tried to get my dad to agree to putting one in the living room. (He didn't. I got sulky and I vaguely remember telling him to stuff a lemon up his arse.   I was a lovely teenager.)

The main this is that every time something horrible happened, I'd imagine screwing it up into a ball and stuffing it down my top and no matter what, it would make me laugh.  This is probably why I've been blessed with a rack that utterly obliterates any blouse buttons.  PING.  Years of stuffing metaphorical lemons down there has it's perks. Amiright ladies?!

The main thing I aim to put across from this story, apart from going massively off subject (hehe boobies) is that we all have our own ways of dealing with tough times.  I no longer have my lemon-bra poster, but the message is still ingrained into myself.  I must always handle bad times, with a good sense of humour and food.

I know I can't be the only one, in fact I KNOW I'm not because a lot of the people I love and care for are with me, by my side, rightfully complaining about the hand they've been dealt recently along with me.

Which is why today, I've scrapped the post I was going to write, and instead I'm writing a list of all the stuff that cheers me up.  I'm dedicating it to all of you out there who have had a rough time of it.  Hope it cheers your day a little too.

Picture the scene if you will.  I've had a seriously bad day at work.  I get home, slip into something comfortable, put on a little mood music, have a drinky poo and cook myself a meal.

Did you picture a nice little sexy number, some jazz and me sipping wine as I bopped around my kitchen.

If so, thank you for picturing me as a sophisticated adult.  But you are incredibly mistaken.

SOMETHING COMFORTABLE: This is my first tip to cheer yourself up: Have fun pajamas.  Mine have toast & eggs on them.  Eggs with smiley faces and toasts with mustaches.

MOOD MUSIC: Epic film soundtracks.  I'm talking Pirates of the Caribbean, Inception, Batman Begins. I'm talking epic strings, booming drums and big BWAHHHH's.

DRINK:  Chocolate Milkshake.  For the win!

Don't tell me you don't feel amazing after mashing potatoes to this?

 Extra points if you karate kick your way to the fridge or gambol over to the oven. Even more points for not setting yourself on fire.  If you can fit a cool pun filled - catch phrase in there, I'll be your best friend.

Nothing beats a good old fashioned STD Day, hang on, jesus, is that what the abbreviation of this is?  Man I didn't think this through at all.  Yikes.  Let's think of a different name for it.  As I'm lacking all creativity today, let's call it SD DAY.

I like to think of myself as a fairly healthy person, I juice, I cook from scratch and I actually own work out clothes now.  But some days, I want cheesecake.  I want cheesecake even though it makes me gassy as hell.  I want a hot chocolate.  I want wedges for dinner.  I don't want to clean out my juicer.

So I don't.

I don't exactly go all out and order a takeaway, but I'll make myself a dinner that would make a crossfitter have an actual cross fit.  I'll have a beer.  I'll have CAKE.  I block out all the stuff I read about sugar levels, carb intake, and revel in my bloated, happy stomach.

Here's some good SD day recipes:

Toad in the Hole
Diner Style Potato Wedges
European Style Hot Chocolate - Sweet 2 eat Baking
Mini Oreo Donut Recipe - Mess Makes Food
Banana Crepes - The Noble Foodie
Blackberry Jam & Custard Doughnuts - The Sugar Hit

Add your SD day recipes in the comments!

 Puns rule the internet.  I love puns more than iced buns.  And I love iced buns.  There is a song in there somewhere.  Thank you internet, you weird and wonderful bastards, for creating them.  Google puns and float off into a land of pun-tastic mayhem.


Reading that back, it sounds a little like snuff film, so I'm not having much luck with this titles today.  When I'm feeling blue, I leave out long, attention keeping films and instead I bring out the fluff.  I'm not talking about boring brain dead films,  I'm talking The House Bunny, Easy A, Legally Blonde and the likes.  All that shit you're supposed to be embarrassed for liking.  Disney's and cartoons are also a big win.

Sometimes, when life doesn't go your way, it's good to watch it all work out, for something to be predictable and happy.  Watch your fluff with pride!

I sing all the time, which is fantastic because I can't sing a note.  Which is even more fantastic when you hear that one of my best friends is a vocal coach and she is subjected to my singing on a regular basis.  Why don't I care?  Because singing out loud is the tits.  I make up songs about my dinner, I will serenade my animals (shut up, they love it) and best of all I have sing offs with my best bud Phil.
  Me, Phil and my husband have been known to break out into harmonies that would astound you.  Once whilst walking the dog we all broke out into an epic rendition of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees.  I have never felt so brilliant.  We will even text each other Lyrics, usually when I'm feeling blue.  Best thing about this whole situation is Phil's wife is my vocal coach friend.


I'm not talking about going to the zoo and forcing a hug on a monkey or anything.  Though how cool would it be to hug a monkey?  If you have an animal, go give them a cuddle.  Pictured above is a really old picture of me and my families dog Logan.  He loves a good cuddle.  When I'm blue, I get to have a hug with 2 dogs and five ratties, and all of them love having a bit of fuss.  Here's some pictures of my furry family giving me some hugs.


 If you don't have a pet, borrow one!  Go visit a friend with a furry, or if all else fails, use a teddy bear.  I won't judge.  Gen won't either...

I am budgeting at the moment.  We're saving for house updates, (if only life were life the sims Ctrl-C Motherlode,) a big holiday next year and paying off little bits from my wedding.  So big treats are out of the question, which makes the little treats all the more fun and awesome.

I'm sitting here with a coffee.  I didn't make it.  I got it from a coffee shop.  Check.  Whatever it is that you don't normally buy yourself, maybe a little candle, a dvd or a game.  Just this once, TREAT YO SELF.

I can pull that off right?  Right?!


Saving the best till last. These are some of my favourite videos.  From happy cows, misheard song lyrics, parodies and epic rap battles.  These are the videos that cheer me up, time after time.

Misheard Song Lyrics

If you've ever seen I give it a year, you probably laughed at the scnee where she gets the lyrics wrong to songs and it drives him mad.  Which is frankly, possibly the only thing I laughed at in that film.  But we all love a good misheard song lyric.  Here's a collection of some.

Cows are cute too

I love cows.  Not eating them, but just them.  I think cows are cute and this video just makes me smile every time.  After a long winter, wrapped up safe in their barns, the cows are let into their grass patch for the first time for spring.  Their excitement is contagious, their joy is amazing.  I love it!

Sophie rolls down a hill

Everything you need is right there in the title, but you can't even begin to understand how great this video is until you watch it.  We should all be a little more like sophie.


My friend sent me this a few months back and I think I've watched it about 60 times since then.  There are no words.


This will just make everything better.

Epic rap battle

If you haven't seen the Epic rap battles of history channel before then you are missing out!  Where else can you watch cleopatra diss Marilyn Monroe?  Gandalf rap the crap out of dumbledore?  Or my favourite - Frank Sinatra and Freddie mercury.  I love the zings.  I love the music.  I love the comebacks.  I think it helps that these are two of my favourite musicians ever.

Your grammar sucks.

Once again another series that you should totally be watching.  It's premise is simple: A guy reads bad youtube comments aloud, as they are written.  This is my favourite pure and simple for two reasons:

-My ding ling ling
-Badly spelt pap roach singing.


The Hillywood show have been making brilliant parodies for years, but this is by far my favourite.  They've got everything down, from the camera shots, to the costumes, the voice actors are spot on and theres a lot for non whovians and whovians alike.  It's even better when you learn they wrote it, directed it and did everything themselves.

Patty Cake overload

This is brilliant!  Just for the pure feel goods.  FEEL GOODS.

Bad Lip Reading

Hate twilight?  Don't worry, I'm not a fan either, but this will make you smile.  Bad lip reading is exactly what it says on the tin.  A guy lip reads and then dubs his version over the top.  My favourite part is at 1:18 - Click to watch the most bestest epic scene about cake.  Give it a chance.


This part inspires me and makes me jealous because I wish I could draw like this.  Pay tribute to an awesome actor and amazing artist by giving this a watch.

Here's to a better week next week.

What cheers you up when you've been handed a whole bunch of lemons?  Comment below!

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