sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr

tocifer:

Tenten Cosplay // kimchisenpai

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foodffs:

I attending a Breakfast Breads baking class. The quickest and easiest of the recipes was the doughnut.  Below is the recipe. I’ve included the tips and notes I made into the recipe itself.
Doughnut
Ingredients
Flour                                                                                      100g
Sugar                                                                                     14g
Improver (optional)                                                                 1g
Yeast                                                                                      3.5g
Salt                                                                                         1.5g
Egg                                                                                         42g
Butter                                                                                      14g
Water                                                                                      11g
Method
Mix all ingredients, (Salt last. This is because the salt activates the yeast and you don’t want that to happen before you’ve blended the ingredients. This is a good tip for any bread dough involving yeast and salt.), into smooth elastic dough. (Window pane consistency. This is when you take a small amount of dough, roll it into a ball, then begin to stretch it into a square/rectangle shape. The dough will stretch until nearly transparent. Like a window pane. To make a very good dough, knead the ingredients except salt until it is to nearly this stage, then add the salt and knead to this stage.)
Portion out the dough, roll into smooth balls, then flatten.
Leave to rise (double in size).
Cut out the center hole.
Allow to rise again.
Fry in hot oil. A good doughnut will have a ring of white about its middle. The doughnut will be light and fluffy.
For Ganache
Equal parts by weight of cream and dark chocolate.
Boil the cream, then pour on the chocolate.
Add about a tablespoon of butter (for 500 g of chocolate. This is just to give a nice glossy finish.). Whisk until smooth.
Dip the doughnut in the Ganache so that the top is coated.
Shake off excess, then place on parchment so that chocolate sets.
If using Ganache to fill cake, make the night before and allow to set at room temperature.

foodffs:

I attending a Breakfast Breads baking class. The quickest and easiest of the recipes was the doughnut.  Below is the recipe. I’ve included the tips and notes I made into the recipe itself.

Doughnut

Ingredients

Flour                                                                                      100g

Sugar                                                                                     14g

Improver (optional)                                                                 1g

Yeast                                                                                      3.5g

Salt                                                                                         1.5g

Egg                                                                                         42g

Butter                                                                                      14g

Water                                                                                      11g

Method

  1. Mix all ingredients, (Salt last. This is because the salt activates the yeast and you don’t want that to happen before you’ve blended the ingredients. This is a good tip for any bread dough involving yeast and salt.), into smooth elastic dough. (Window pane consistency. This is when you take a small amount of dough, roll it into a ball, then begin to stretch it into a square/rectangle shape. The dough will stretch until nearly transparent. Like a window pane. To make a very good dough, knead the ingredients except salt until it is to nearly this stage, then add the salt and knead to this stage.)
  2. Portion out the dough, roll into smooth balls, then flatten.
  3. Leave to rise (double in size).
  4. Cut out the center hole.
  5. Allow to rise again.
  6. Fry in hot oil. A good doughnut will have a ring of white about its middle. The doughnut will be light and fluffy.

For Ganache

  1. Equal parts by weight of cream and dark chocolate.
  2. Boil the cream, then pour on the chocolate.
  3. Add about a tablespoon of butter (for 500 g of chocolate. This is just to give a nice glossy finish.). Whisk until smooth.
  4. Dip the doughnut in the Ganache so that the top is coated.
  5. Shake off excess, then place on parchment so that chocolate sets.
  6. If using Ganache to fill cake, make the night before and allow to set at room temperature.

sceniclightspeed:

smartgirlsattheparty:

randomgifgirl:

psicologicamenteblog:

Source: Taking a look at depression.

This made me feel better, I hope it helps you.

You can get help!

seeing a therapist in six and a half hours due to 2 years of these symptoms. I don’t often post things unironically here but calling and scheduling this upcoming appointment is one of the hardest things I’ve had to do in a long time. I’m hoping it helps and please don’t let yourself drag your feet for as long as I did

angrywocunited:

This white sasquatch needs to read a history book. Your people stole this land from Native Americans, this land is Native land and it will always be. You have the audacity to complain about the existence of black Americans in America when your people brought them here because whites were too fucking lazy to do their own labor. Then you have the audacity to call Black Americans lazy. 

You don’t own America, you never will.

Go back to fucking Europe.

This is from a Vice documentary called The KKK vs. the Crips vs. Memphis City Council . Huge trigger warning, lots of white ignorance and narcissism. 

For the people who claim racism no longer exists, this was documented in 2013. 

2013.

(Source: generic-art)

beemill:

84yo Asian American victim of NYPD brutality to sue city for $5 million

I blogged earlier this year about the story of Kang Chun Wong, the 84 year old Chinese American man who was brutally beaten by New York City Police Department officers after he was stopped for an alleged incident of jaywalking. Wong, who speaks predominantly Cantonese and Spanish, was walking on the Upper West side when he was stopped by Officer Jeffry Loo at the intersection of 96th and Broadway.

According to the NY Daily News, Officer Loo asked for Wong’s identification, which Wong provided. However, when Loo began to walk away with the ID, Wong — not understanding what was happening — protested. That’s when Loo, along with several officers pushed Wong against the wall of a building and then slammed him to the ground, bloodying his head. Witnesses were horrified, capturing graphic pictures of Wong being handcuffed and taken away.

Wong was eventually charged with jaywalking, along with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, however the Manhattan district attorney’s office decided not to prosecute the case.

Now, Wong — through his attorney Sanford Rubenstein — is suing the city and the NYPD for $5 million dollars.

Read More: http://reappropriate.co/?p=6585

duss005:

giving my daughter a quick tutorial of Photoshop to get her interested in learning the software.
All images found off Google btw, besides the picture of her in Seattle (had to disclaimer that stuff)

duss005:

giving my daughter a quick tutorial of Photoshop to get her interested in learning the software.

All images found off Google btw, besides the picture of her in Seattle (had to disclaimer that stuff)

(Source: juz-blaq)

angelclark:

99-Year-Old Lady Sews A Dress A Day For Children In Need 

Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.

Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.