that paper where they scraped Mastodon and found cauliflowers 

Some unsolicited advice on growing sprouts! 🌱🥗💚 

Art can be a great way to express something complex, like the experience of having a chronic illness, into something accessible that enables anyone to understand.

This work by Christine Baltais expresses what it is like living with #MECFS better than anything that I have ever written about.

Dreams and Plans.
Living with ME.

#Art #MECFS #ChronicIllness #Health #MillionsMissing #NotEnough4ME #pwME #MyalgicE

This will soon go in the oven. It's a #vegan dish called "briam" (pronounced bree-am) but it will not stay vegan for long because I will eat it with cheese :-D

I know it's not Friday but everyone follow @qwazix for their food posts.

(I don't think they CW them, fair heads up)

How, in theory, can I make an Easter egg that looks like a Guillemot egg?

Question for people who do colouring in...

Yes, I know it's daggy, but I find colouring in very relaxing and it doesn't need too many spoons!

I would like to get some better quality colouring pencils that are smoother (the cheap ones I have feel scratchy, if that makes sense?). Can anyone recommend a particular type/brand?

#ColouringIn #AdultColouring

Would you prefer it I CW'd tech posts?

Anyway, I now have a huge number of baobab seeds. At least a few of these are bound to germinate!

Fruity goodness 

My local grocery store sells quite a lot of African foods. One of the things they sometimes sell is baobab fruit. So I bought some!

@GwenfarsGarden @dthompson here’s my ultimate garlic butter recipe. Figure out your own proportions but apart from the capers which make it a bit sour if you overdo it, you can’t go wrong:

- garlic
- sage
- parsley
- thyme
- more garlic
- ground pepper
- capers

- salt (I don’t)
- a teaspoon of Dijon mustard per pound of butter
- moar garlic yaaaaaaassss

Chop the above very finely. Mix into microwave softened butter, split into usable portions in glass jars in the fridge. Or freeze …

food adjacent poll 

Hey cooking pals, do you have cooking goals this year?

I would like to learn to make a good chicken korma.

I'd like to use more foraged and home-grown ingredients.

I'd like to organise the freezer, and figure out how to keep an inventory so I don't keep buying more things that I actually already have but they're buried under frozen peas or whatever.

And I want to start hosting spaghetti nights again.

After such an amazing sunset last night, we took a drive out into the #PeakDistrict to see how it looked on a clear blue sky day.

These are my favourite pics, that show the winter colours off the best. It was breathtakingly beautiful.

#Photography #Derbyshire

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