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1 year ago · 3 notes · originally from mywaywardtimelord

New blog. Scrapping this one. If you enjoy my posts, my life, etc, then follow me here. (Currently under construction sorry) 


1 year ago · 3 notes · originally from mywaywardtimelord

New blog. Scrapping this one. If you enjoy my posts, my life, etc, then follow me here. (Currently under construction sorry) 


1 year ago · 3 notes · originally from mywaywardtimelord

Probably not gonna get on alot anymore.  

paintmeabirmingham:

I’m just tired of Tumblrs drama and petty bullshit.

If you wanna keep in touch with me:

www.facebook.com/alreadysomebodiesbaby

I’ll get on, just not as often.

I’m tired of the same shit over and over and the same ridiculous people. I’m having fun in life outside of tumblr.

Love you guys <3


1 year ago · 2 notes · originally from mywaywardtimelord
#paintmeabirmingham

I don’t know where I’m getting all these male followers from but thanks for the follow lol 


1 year ago · 6 notes · originally from mywaywardtimelord

confessionsofanarmywife:

Cheddar and Bacon Mac N’ Cheese - The most delicious rendition of basic macaroni &amp; cheese ever. DO NOT DOUBT THIS STATEMENT.
What you need:
A box of Kraft Macaroni &amp; Cheese
3 pieces of bacon (cooked and finely chopped)
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 handful of crushed Parmesan Cheese-It’s
Salt and pepper to taste
1. Cook the macaroni according to the directions on the box, but only use 3/4 of the powder in the cheese packet.
2. Thoroughly mix in shredded cheddar cheese, add salt and pepper, and now comes the fun part…
3. Add bacon and Cheese-It’s to the top of your pile of macaroni, add a little more pepper, and you’re DONE.
4. EAT AND ENJOY.

confessionsofanarmywife:

Cheddar and Bacon Mac N’ Cheese - The most delicious rendition of basic macaroni & cheese ever. DO NOT DOUBT THIS STATEMENT.


What you need:

A box of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese

3 pieces of bacon (cooked and finely chopped)

1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese

1 handful of crushed Parmesan Cheese-It’s

Salt and pepper to taste

1. Cook the macaroni according to the directions on the box, but only use 3/4 of the powder in the cheese packet.

2. Thoroughly mix in shredded cheddar cheese, add salt and pepper, and now comes the fun part…

3. Add bacon and Cheese-It’s to the top of your pile of macaroni, add a little more pepper, and you’re DONE.

4. EAT AND ENJOY.

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2 years ago · 30 notes · originally from confessionsofanarmywife-deactiv

oooeygooeygoodness:

Candy Cane Peppermint Patties

Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups confectioners sugar, divided
1 1/2 tablespoons light corn syrup
1 1/2 tablespoons water
1/2 teaspoon pure peppermint extract
1 1/2 tablespoon vegetable shortening
2 cups milk chocolate chips
red food coloring


Directions
Beat 2 1/4 cups confectioners sugar with corn syrup, water, peppermint extract, shortening, and a pinch of salt using an electric mixer (with paddle attachment if using a stand mixer) at medium speed until just combined. Knead on a work surface dusted with remaining 1/4 cup confectioners sugar until smooth.

Divide  filling dough into half, color one dough red, and second leave white.

Roll each dough individually between two pieces of parchment  paper.The layers should be fairly thin. You need to make sure that layers of each dough are similar in size. I found that it helps to roll each dough into  a “snake” shape of certain length and then just roll into a rectangle shape. Chill for a little bit /5 minutes/ we are going to stack 2 layer on the top of each other and then roll them into a log.

You need to chill the rolled layers because when chilled it is much easier to peel off the parchment paper and stack them on the top of each other, otherwise you end up breaking the dough and we don’t want that to happen.

Once you have your layers  chilled we will assemble the  Peppermint Pattie log. Line your surface with a piece of wax paper -stack both layers, white and red on top of each other, peeling the parchment papers off, stacked layers should be sitting on a piece wax paper that you used to line your work surface-once you have 2 layers stacked, use a rolling pin and just very gently roll the pin using slight pressure just to even the dough out, this will also help with eliminating any air cavities between individual layers.If needed let the layers soften a little before the second step.

Now comes the tricky part, in order to roll 2 layers into a Peppermint log they have to be soft enough so they don’t break in the process but not too soft or it is impossible to roll(I know I told you to chill them first, but that was for a another reason, so you could peel off the parchment paper).

Let them soften a little bit, and roll 2 layers into one larger log.Use the bottom wax paper to help you start, gently lift the wax paper to start with the rolling, if it looks like it is tearing a little just work your way until you have a one log, at the end it will come together, the dough is pretty soft, and any small tears you’ll see can be easily smoothed out, once done   roll the log using  palms of your hands  to achieve the even thickness shape, but don’t push too hard, just very gently, at this point dough will be soft.

Wrap the log with parchment paper or wax paper/ plastic wrap works too and freeze until hard. When frozen, unwrap the Peppermint Pattie log and using a sharp knife cut the mint patties  into about less 1/4 inch thick, you might want to turn the log  slightly each time you cut 2 patties, to ensure similar shapes.

Melt the Chocolate and dip each round into the chocolate, using a large dipping fork or a meat fork(works great), gently shake of the excess and place freshly coated patties onto the tray lines wit wax paper. Once you are done with all the patties, put the tray into the fridge for 10 minutes to harden the chocolate.
Store mint patties in a cool place in an airtight container, layered, wax paper between each layer.


2 years ago · 132 notes · originally from
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bakeddd:

grapefruit poppyseed cupcakes with strawberry rhubarb jam and vanilla cream cheese swiss meringue buttercream 
click here for recipe

bakeddd:

grapefruit poppyseed cupcakes with strawberry rhubarb jam and vanilla cream cheese swiss meringue buttercream 

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Piñata cookie tutorial

It wouldn’t be a piñata without a candy surprise in the middle! These multi-striped, burro piñata sugar cookies are frosted together in sets of 3’s. The middle cookies have hollow centers so that you can fill them with a secret stash of mini M&M’s. That way, when you break open or bite into the cookie, the M&M’s come spilling out. Just like a real piñata. Olé!

Here~

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2 years ago · 13,330 notes · originally from seung-yup

ketchuhm:

marsahleenah:


Handmade ground beef patties, topped with sharp cheddar cheese, wrapped in a bacon weave, then the next step,add hotdogs as the heads, legs with slits for toes and tail.Next step. Place on an oven rack, covered loosely with foil and baked for 20-30 minutes at 400 degrees.A little crispy, not too crunchy…just how a turtle should be, no?

K, so… who wants to make these with me and possibly go into cardiac arrest together shortly after we devour them?

ME! ME! ME!Oh, pick me!! 

ketchuhm:

marsahleenah:

Handmade ground beef patties, topped with sharp cheddar cheese, wrapped in a bacon weave, then the next step,
add hotdogs as the heads, legs with slits for toes and tail.

Next step. Place on an oven rack, covered loosely with foil and baked for 20-30 minutes at 400 degrees.
A little crispy, not too crunchy…just how a turtle should be, no?


K, so… who wants to make these with me and possibly go into cardiac arrest together shortly after we devour them?

ME! ME! ME!
Oh, pick me!! 

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