rich chocolate peanut butter cream
this makes a great dessert or breakfast that you can serve all at once or keep it throughout the week. consider it a mix between a mousse and a pudding - thick, creamy, and very chocolatey. serve with fresh fruit and/or nuts at the end of a big meal with friends - perfect!
- blend together until smooth and creamy: 1 package firm silken tofu, 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1/4 cup unsweetened chocolate chips, 2 tbsp dutch-processed cocoa powder, 2-3 tbsp sweetened peanut butter, a dash vanilla extract, a small pinch sea salt, and a scant dash of cayenne.(make sure to read labels for milk ingredients when buying cocoa/chocolate chips, as always.)
- chill in the fridge for a couple of hours or overnight.
- serve very cold to four to eight people, or store in your fridge for 1-2 weeks.
Happy Mother’s Day!
I often portray my mom as a timid lady, because she is so loving and sweet. But she’s tough too, she tried very hard to give us every opportunity in a small place, without much. My mother is the one who has believed in my abilities the longest, and the fiercest, and for that I owe her everything.
In this particular exchange, she also showed me that people’s talent may not always be what it appears to be to others, and that we all may have a greatness in us that not everyone can see.
Remember to call your mother today. She loves you.
In their quest for adventure, Princesses Pira and Lono — along with their companions, the fire spirit Yonder and warrior cat Chobo — have made their way to the big city. There they must contend with strange laws, stranger men and the strangest monsters if they wish to join the city’s prestigious Adventurer’s Guild — and then, only if the enigmatic Rale will let them!
Shorts are by Michael Dialynas, Mikkel Sommer, Paul Maybury, Kris Mukai, Zac Gorman, Louis Roskosch, Rachel S. (Baru), Julia Scott, Anna Wieszczyk (lettered by Ed Brisson), Roman Muradov and Polly Guo.
Also included are pin-ups by Afu Chan, Roxie Vizcarra, Nick Edwards, Jake Wyatt and Joanna Krótka.
Above is the front of the Vol. II postcard, designed by Kyla and featuring snippets of art from Afu’s chapter.
I’m a Muslim feminist, who wears the hijab, and is quite tired of being told that I can’t partake in politics and law because I’m a woman. And on top of that, a Muslim woman.
But that makes me a hard worker and a stronger woman.
i liked this scene a lot, probably more than the kiss. i thought it was so mako to reveal his feelings by going ”KORRA YOU’RE SO ANNOYING
i also think you’re amazing cough“
versus his brother, who literally just said “KORRA YOU’RE THE SEXIEST PERSON ALIVE” (EDIT: no, i don’t mean that he focused on her physical appearance, i meant it in the sense that he doles out compliments really frankly, kk)
i’m not saying that either confession was worth more, but MAKO you’re so cute in your own terrible way. he’s just so closed-off and he can’t just outright say “korra i think you’re really awesome” like his brother and sorry i just thought that was adorable (ughnn and he’s all conflicted and it’s so cheesy but IDGAF). it sort of parallels the first time he/they complimented her, though:
bolin: WOW THAT WAS INCREDIBLE YOU’RE A NATURAL
mako: not bad.
one of the reasons i don’t ship borra hardcore is that bolin seems to idolize her a bit too much (LOL i’m such a hypocrite because all i do is fangirl over korra)
but anyway, this was all i wanted, mako! i’ve been waiting for you to acknowledge korra’s awesomeness since your introduction…
This is why I was out of town this weekend!
A moonbow is the phenomenon in which hundreds of photographers from across the world will gather in a few hundred square feet of Yosemite National Park to photograph something that they can’t actually see with their naked eyes, in the hopes of getting a lunar rainbow to show up on
It was pretty crazy out there - a few photo magazines had run articles on moonbows, and one of the
oldseasoned photographers I was chatting with said that this was by far the most photographers he’s seen shooting moonbows. It didn’t help when a tour bus dumped off a few dozen European tourists…
(with these longer exposures, it’s actually not immediately clear that the photos are taken at night - until you see the Big Dipper in the sky)