WHO DIDN’T PUT THEIR TRAY-TABLE UP?
when the annoying asshole in class is kicked out
sometimes in life you’re faced with really tough decisions
I WANT IT
Beautiful photos of abandoned places.
THIS IS WHAT THE WHOLE WORLD WOULD BE LIKE IN A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE.
What the fuck is the huge hole in the first one?!!!
in seriousness though the top picture is the bottom of an abandoned nuclear cooling tower
Lindsay Lohan on the set of The Parent Trap, 1998
Where is the other chair for the other Lindsay Lohan?
As featured in Allrecipes magazine. Really cheesy, a little bit spicy, and a little bit sweet. Don’t forget the salsa and sour cream!
"Delicious dill pickles that are battered then fried. This recipe also works well with other pickled vegetables, like pickled peppers." – MARBALET
Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/YenkO2
Adorable Hugging Bear Cookies
1. Preheat oven to 160°C (320 F)
2. Mix 110g cake flour, 20g potato starch and a pinch of salt in bowl
3. Mix 40g beet sugar syrup, 10g honey and 30g vegetable oil in a small bowl
4. Once thoroughly mixed, spread between parchment paper and roll out with rolling pin
5. Use a bear cookie cutter to cut out the shapes
6. Draw the face (we used a nail dot pen), place the almond and have the bears hug them tight
7. Use leftover dough to make the tails
8. Bake for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to 150°C (300 F) and bake for an additional 10 minutes
9. Take out of the oven and they’re done!
Congratulations to NY Times Bestselling Author mydrunkkitchen!!!!!!
YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION TO US ALL
This sure looks like the perfect picnic!
Edible Art by Jerry James Stone in DARK RYE’s Art Issue
Anyone who’s ever been caught playing with their food can appreciate the fantastic—and perishable—works created by Klaus Enrique. The New York–based photographer takes items common to any grocery store and transforms them into life, or so it would appear. This is food photography redefined!
His series titled Arcimboldo is loosely inspired by the 16th-century Italian painter of the same name, Giuseppe Arcimboldo. A man referred to as “The Father of Surrealism” by Salvador Dali, Giuseppe created anthropomorphic portraits using fruits, vegetables, meats and flowers. And while Klaus has recreated some of Giuseppe’s more popular works, like his painting of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II as Vertumnus, he’s also given the series a modern spin.