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forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
forestfeast:

Happy Valentine’s Day! In case you’re planning to spend a cozy night in cooking with your sweety (or with friends!), here is a menu idea:
To start: a Pomegranate Cocktail aperitif and Bacon & Basil Wrapped Dates
First Course: Red Valentine Chopped Salad
2nd Course: Red Roasted Carrots
Main Course: Beet, Onion & Eggplant Stack with Pesto (which is great alongside any meat entree´ if you want something a little more filling!). It’s also good with big round slices of fresh bufala mozzarella mixed into the stack.
For Dessert: Spiced Apricots dipped in dark chocolate with chili powder
Cheers!



An opportunity always looks like a lucky break. It happens when you encounter the possibility of making a huge jump toward the life your essential self wants to live.
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nevver:

Ask for help
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gastrogirl:

best ever hot chocolate french toast.

tired of being sad, scared and angry
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chengythefatbunny:

this is basically me everyday at home …..

I am imagining all sort of things and going in circles.i’m convinced of things that most likely have not/are not happening
chengythefatbunny:

this is basically me everyday at home …..

I am imagining all sort of things and going in circles.i’m convinced of things that most likely have not/are not happening
chengythefatbunny:

this is basically me everyday at home …..

I am imagining all sort of things and going in circles.i’m convinced of things that most likely have not/are not happening
chengythefatbunny:

this is basically me everyday at home …..

I am imagining all sort of things and going in circles.i’m convinced of things that most likely have not/are not happening
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nevver:

Fortune cookie

when you don’t know,trust and love yourself and are not independent 
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kaoru-sakurazaka:

第43回 みなとこうべ海上花火大会
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Has anyone in this family ever even SEEN a chicken?

so i trust u then u test me and i want to trust u and i take the test/ lie as smth not that bad then u take my trust and say it’s a lie because i dind’t want to take your lie seroiusly.and then we’re both confused until we start feeling the truth again in spite of the “lies” and confusion and then we start again. isn’t that stupid?

Has anyone in this family ever even SEEN a chicken?

so i trust u then u test me and i want to trust u and i take the test/ lie as smth not that bad then u take my trust and say it’s a lie because i dind’t want to take your lie seroiusly.and then we’re both confused until we start feeling the truth again in spite of the “lies” and confusion and then we start again. isn’t that stupid?

Has anyone in this family ever even SEEN a chicken?

so i trust u then u test me and i want to trust u and i take the test/ lie as smth not that bad then u take my trust and say it’s a lie because i dind’t want to take your lie seroiusly.and then we’re both confused until we start feeling the truth again in spite of the “lies” and confusion and then we start again. isn’t that stupid?

Has anyone in this family ever even SEEN a chicken?

so i trust u then u test me and i want to trust u and i take the test/ lie as smth not that bad then u take my trust and say it’s a lie because i dind’t want to take your lie seroiusly.and then we’re both confused until we start feeling the truth again in spite of the “lies” and confusion and then we start again. isn’t that stupid?
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nevver:

We don’t work…
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