- Your scrappy cat and mouse are so cute! Adorable expressions! Your steampunk lady is very cool; it may just be the color scheme but she reminds me a bit of Rey!
I really like the style of the second ATC too, with her hair flowing out of the frame. And oh my goodness I think the fox is the cutest of them all!!rockingbearranch
- Pretty trellis! Much more natural looking than a store-bought one! And hee hee, I was wondering for a moment about those mutant chives! ;P I love your fuzzy pillow cover, and glad they're comfy! Thanks for the extra info on your science project. Awesome that you're involved with that!bunny1kenobi
- I commented in your project thread, but it's definitely worth noting again that that whole lab is just amazing!! Awesome job!!SBC
- Those little piggies are soooo cute!! I hope nobody mistakes them for real cupcakes and tries to eat them! Aww, a shame that dress didn't last, 'cause it's darling. The bunny combo is sooooo adorable, especially as a set! And a huge CONGRATS on that craft room! I know how long you spent on it, and I'm sure you're going to LOVE having that space and all your stuff organized! It'll make crafting so much more pleasant! I'm super jealous! QueenHobo
- Hee hee, experimental cooking is often how I roll as well. I love pot pies, and that one looks tasty! The Seahawks blanket is fantastic!!! Looks like a ton of work, but so worth it! Very cool. Cute throwbacks as well!
Prompt: Zap #2
Bonus Points: Eng
Project Name: Pork Dish
Brief Description: I tried a new recipe from one of my Japanese cookbooks. It was tasty enough, but took just barely under the half hour (squeezing in as a zap), and I think I could make something just as good in a third of the time, so I probably won't make it again. But if you're interested in giving it a try, here's my rough translation of the recipe:
300g thinly sliced pork (paper thin if you can manage! It's sold already cut this way in Japan)
4 slices of mild cheese, like mozzarella
1 clove garlic
1 packet shimeji mushrooms, separated
1 Tbsp soy sauce
salt, pepper, olive oil, flour
Dust both sides of the pork slices in flour, salt, and pepper. Tear the cheese into smaller pieces and wrap each pork slice around a small square of cheese.
Mince the garlic and saute it in olive oil. When it begins to smell pleasant, add the pork and brown both sides.
Grate the tomatoes directly into the frying pan with the pork and simmer (this step was kind of odd to me. I tried it, but as expected, the skins didn't grate well and I had to tear them and throw them in. I think just chopping the tomatoes or using canned crushed tomatoes would be fine).
Add shimeji mushrooms, soy sauce, and salt and pepper to taste, and simmer until mushrooms are tender.
Serve over white rice.