okay i know i just asked last night BUT i have so many versions of her now - keep in mind she is native american! any opinions of which version of her is best or if i should keep features from her other versions???
Tyrannus Basilton Grimm-Pitch
RECIPE: Pesto alla Trapanese (from Pizza Czar by Anthony Falco)
Trapanese pesto originates from the western Sicilian province of Trapani. Like the iconic Ligurian version, it features basil, but Trapanese pesto uses almonds (instead of pine nuts) and tomatoes. It’s Sicilian, so there are breadcrumbs and really nice olive oil too. This recipe originated out of a collaboration with my friend Paul Cavalcante, a talented Italian chef I worked with in Staten Island. It was Paul’s idea to do a vegan Trapanese pesto pie. We were shooting from the hip, throwing things in a blender, and after the third version, we knew we had something. A local who tried it said it was the best vegan pizza she’d ever had, which is when my job seems like it’s the coolest thing in the world. Just toss some al dente noodles in a saucepan with a little pasta water and at the last minute, throw in the pesto.
Makes 1 quart (about 1 liter)
250 grams (about 8 ounces) unsalted almonds, toasted
500 grams (about 1 pound) cherry tomatoes
100 grams (about 3½ ounces) canned whole peeled tomatoes (preferably Bianco DiNapoli), drained
60 grams (about 2 ounces) basil leaves
3 grams (1 tablespoon) mint leaves
15 grams garlic (about 5 cloves), peeled
8 grams (1 teaspoon) sea salt
175 grams (¾ cup) extra-virgin olive oil
Combine the almonds, cherry tomatoes, canned tomatoes, basil, mint, garlic, and salt in a blender or food processor and blend until the nuts are pea-sized.
Continue to blend while slowly incorporating the olive oil until the paste is emulsified but not completely smooth. Taste and adjust seasoning, transfer to a container, and refrigerate until ready to use (no more than 3 to 5 days).
In his comprehensive first book, legendary pizza czar Anthony Falco teaches you everything you need to know to make pizza wherever you are, drawing from his singular experience opening pizzerias around the globe
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After eight years at the famous Brooklyn restaurant Roberta’s, culminating with his position as Pizza Czar, Falco pivoted from the New York City food scene to the world, traveling to Brazil, Colombia, Kuwait, Panama, Canada, Japan, India, Thailand, and all across the United States. His mission? To discover the secrets and spread the gospel of making the world’s favorite food better. Now the planet’s leading expert pizza consultant, he can make great pizza 8,000 feet above sea level in Bogotá or in subtropical India, and he can certainly help you do it at home. An exhaustive resource for absolutely any pizza cook, teaching mastery of the classics and tricks of the trade as well as completely unique takes on styles and recipes from around the globe, Pizza Czar is here to help you make world-class pizza from anywhere on the map.
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So I went a practiced backgrounds again, this time doing the night sky! I'm proud of the final result, and I did this using Gummy Illust's video on how to do it. I'll definitely be implementing all that I've learned from this to all my future digital pieces :)
Darren should have released that song a week earlier.. We celebrated the success of our first exhibition since covid last Saturday and the lyrics are just perfect for the situation we were in!
We waited over a year for that exhibition and then organised it in 8 weeks. We were absolutely spent that night but just had the greatest time!
The song really encapsulates what we felt that night!
girl help its almost 8:30 am and i havent slept yet
waking up alone is so crappy lmao :/
@coryrichards and @markstonephoto - Night sky over the Okavango Delta.
This is a metaphor, but I’m not sure what it represents. That is also a metaphor. We all are.
In the pale moonshine our hearts entwine — Anne Carson
Pull it out of park, put it in drive, I can feel your heart beating with mine. Underneath the stars, looking for a sign, glowing in the dark 'til the sun shines — Stargazing, The Neighbourhood
🍅 Countdown to Take The Sadness Out Of Saturday Night 🍅
Day 5: Free choice→ Bleachers + lost
specifically though, my sister died when i was 18, and my whole career has been revisiting that through a different lens. how do i talk about loss in these big songs that sound like a person blasting out of jersey on a rocket ship?
-jack antonoff for pitchfork, 2017
@ jack antonoff, bestie, if you see this on your secret tumblr dash, I would just like to talk about why you would attack me personally with ttsoosn??