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September 15, 2014 at 9:47pm
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Black and white and read all over

Reblogging ‘cause I have a rocking chair at home I need to paint like this.

themadeshop:

Black and white and read all over

Reblogging ‘cause I have a rocking chair at home I need to paint like this.

9:31pm
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Always really missing my baby. I want her here!!

Always really missing my baby. I want her here!!

8:41pm
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September 13, 2014 at 8:03pm
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emmamunger:

Here’s a commissioned pin-up tattoo of Audrey Horne looking coy in the girls bathroom, so fun to do!!  

8:03pm
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emmamunger:

~~ My Twin Peaks ladies part 2 !! ~~  Pacific Northwest lookin’ real good tonight

emmamunger:

~~ My Twin Peaks ladies part 2 !! ~~  Pacific Northwest lookin’ real good tonight

8:03pm
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emmamunger:

My Twin Peaks ladiessss

emmamunger:

My Twin Peaks ladiessss

7:01pm
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September 12, 2014 at 4:27pm
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10:21am
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cuntbarf:

Sunday break-fast.
I absolutely love tofu-scarmble….When it’s good. I am quite the finicky cunt when it comes to how it’s prepared though. I feel that more often than not, it is made is a hurry, without much thought or preparation, and is usually severely over-salted, under-salted, and even worse, mushy. I almost never order tofu scramble in restaurants, and am very skeptical when someone else is preparing it(for my consumption). I tend to poke my head around and ask lost of questions. I am a terrible kitchen dom. 
I had a decent hunk of tofu in the fridge and a couple of veggies. This is what I made happen.
First things first: Please, oh please press your fucking tofu. This is incredibly important in dishes like this. Not pressing your tofu will leave you with soggy, mushy food. For those of you who need a 50 second lesson on how to press your tofu, go here.
Ingredients!
1/4 cup Earth Balance(you can use less, but I like more)
1-1 1/2 cups Dry, white wine
16 ounce package(drained and pressed) of firm or extra firm tofu.
1 carrot, diced(I hate carrots, but I sneak them into my food)
2 cloves pressed garlic
1 medium white onion, diced(I like a lot of onion in my food. Most people might want to used half the onion)
1 orange bell pepper, chopped
1 cup sliced cabbage(I am not really sure how to measure this,  I just cut a chunk off of the head)
Chopped cilantro
Pinch of Turmeric(for color!)
Salt to taste
While your tofu is pressing, We’re gonna make a bit of a reduction. Add the earth balance to a skillet, burner on high heat till the the earth balance  is sizzlin and poppin like crazy. Remove the pan  from heat, and add the white wine. This part can splatter, so be careful! Once the fizzles and pops calm a bit, put the pan back on high heat.  Let it reduce a bit. Once the mixture is about the consistency of a syrup add the carrots, bell pepper, garlic, and crumble in the tofu(dime size pieces). Sprinkle with turmeric, and mix and toss frequently. Most of the liquid will be absorbed, so if need be, feel free to add more margarine and white wine. Once the carrots and peppers have softened a bit, add the onions, cabbage, salt, and a splash more white wine.  Continue mixing and tossing frequently, until both onions are translucent, and the cabbage is limp. Remove from heat, and fold in chopped cilantro. Salt to taste.
(Taste by the spoonful. Don’t just pick out a piece of tofu to taste. Often on it’s own it can seem bland, but it’s just tricking you! We don’t want to over-salt! Be careful!)
I served this scramble with sesame roasted potatoes, and a (MY FAVORITE!)cinnamon raisin english muffin.

Rebloggin my shit because I love tofu scarmble.

I really aced tofu scramble using this recipe. Thnk u Jamie <3

cuntbarf:

cuntbarf:

Sunday break-fast.

I absolutely love tofu-scarmble….When it’s good. I am quite the finicky cunt when it comes to how it’s prepared though. I feel that more often than not, it is made is a hurry, without much thought or preparation, and is usually severely over-salted, under-salted, and even worse, mushy. I almost never order tofu scramble in restaurants, and am very skeptical when someone else is preparing it(for my consumption). I tend to poke my head around and ask lost of questions. I am a terrible kitchen dom. 

I had a decent hunk of tofu in the fridge and a couple of veggies. This is what I made happen.

First things first: Please, oh please press your fucking tofu. This is incredibly important in dishes like this. Not pressing your tofu will leave you with soggy, mushy food. For those of you who need a 50 second lesson on how to press your tofu, go here.

Ingredients!

1/4 cup Earth Balance(you can use less, but I like more)

1-1 1/2 cups Dry, white wine

16 ounce package(drained and pressed) of firm or extra firm tofu.

1 carrot, diced(I hate carrots, but I sneak them into my food)

2 cloves pressed garlic

1 medium white onion, diced(I like a lot of onion in my food. Most people might want to used half the onion)

1 orange bell pepper, chopped

1 cup sliced cabbage(I am not really sure how to measure this,  I just cut a chunk off of the head)

Chopped cilantro

Pinch of Turmeric(for color!)

Salt to taste

While your tofu is pressing, We’re gonna make a bit of a reduction. Add the earth balance to a skillet, burner on high heat till the the earth balance  is sizzlin and poppin like crazy. Remove the pan  from heat, and add the white wine. This part can splatter, so be careful! Once the fizzles and pops calm a bit, put the pan back on high heat.  Let it reduce a bit. Once the mixture is about the consistency of a syrup add the carrots, bell pepper, garlic, and crumble in the tofu(dime size pieces). Sprinkle with turmeric, and mix and toss frequently. Most of the liquid will be absorbed, so if need be, feel free to add more margarine and white wine. Once the carrots and peppers have softened a bit, add the onions, cabbage, salt, and a splash more white wine.  Continue mixing and tossing frequently, until both onions are translucent, and the cabbage is limp. Remove from heat, and fold in chopped cilantro. Salt to taste.

(Taste by the spoonful. Don’t just pick out a piece of tofu to taste. Often on it’s own it can seem bland, but it’s just tricking you! We don’t want to over-salt! Be careful!)

I served this scramble with sesame roasted potatoes, and a (MY FAVORITE!)cinnamon raisin english muffin.

Rebloggin my shit because I love tofu scarmble.

I really aced tofu scramble using this recipe. Thnk u Jamie <3

September 6, 2014 at 5:31pm
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