ghirahim you condescending piece of trash
*games I have played more than once
The first ten on that list I had a really hard time putting in any kind of order at all. I could shuffle them around and it would be accurate.
corseque donated her ASOIAF books to the library??? But… but… … BUT WE NEED YOU. @_@
OH! well, I donated them because I’m moving across the country by plane and so I’m drastically getting rid of everything that I can’t easily replace. It’s always been my plan to buy/ do a re-read of them when the next book comes out, because I must know what happens to Sansa and Sandor…
whenever I look stuff up to get a quote, I use the internet anyway…
like i only genuinely enjoy corseque’s got meta because she’s brilliant at it, but she’s the only person who has ever made aspects of that series worthwhile for me.
it is not otherwise a worthwhile series.
you literally just have to listen to the fans talk about it to realize that.
oh man ahahaha, there’s no need to qualify it just for me
it was really the first series that introduced me to meta at all, so that was exciting… I think there’s cool technical stuff going on with it and things you can learn about writing from it, but I’ve only really written emotional meta about like one specific aspect of the series, so only a portion of it really worked for me emotionally
I’ll keep reading the next one when it comes out, but your posts seem strangely timely because literally yesterday morning I donated my immaculate hardcover ASOIAF books to the library. Like, they did not make the move cut, while my beat-up paperback Chalion did.
Yetos´s Superb Pumpkin and Goat Cheese SoupSo I think I’ve done some of the more well-known fantasy foods, all of which have been sweet, so now it’s time to change it up a bit and do a more obscure and savory dish. This one appeared in the Zelda game Twilight Princess, in the Snowpeak temple as a soup that Yeto makes for his sick wife, Yeta. The soup, thanks to it’s reekfish base, has healing properties that increase as Link finds more ingredients to add throughout the temple, namely a pumpkin and goat cheese from Link’s hometown, Ordon. I took a basic pumpkin soup and made some modifications. I decided to make the fish stock and the filet optional because while I think pumpkin and goat cheese are a match made in heaven (or Hyrule), fish and pumpkin and goat cheese might seem like a strange mix for some. Fish or no fish, this soup makes for a perfect winter dinner!Ingredients
- 2 pounds seeded and peeled pie pumpkin,
- diced ¾ c. white onion, chopped
- 4 cloves garlic,cloves cut into quarters
- 4 ½ c. fish stock (alternative: chicken or vegetable stock)
- ½ c. Goat Cheese or as desired
- 1 ¼ c. cream (optional)
- Fresh basil
- ¼ c. olive oil
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 halibut filet (any fish will do) (optional)DirectionsRoast pumpkin, onions, and garlic in a roasting pan with a bit of olive oil. In a soup pot, put the roasted items and turn to medium heat. Add 3/4 of the stock and simmer for up to 45 minutes, or until fully cooked. Put in a food processor and blend until smooth. Blend in small amounts of the goat cheese along with the cream if desired. Adjust thickness with the leftover stock. Add more cream if desired and finish seasoning with herbs, salt, and pepper. If you add a filet of your chosen fish, pan-fry it first with oil, salt and pepper, then add it to the soup.