whiskeyfortheway:

sriusblcks:

#Viktor was obviously deeply in love with her #just remember the fact that he took her to prom #even knowing that he could’ve choose any other girl #remember how he forgot about everyone and danced with her all night #remember how he looked at her while saying ‘write to me, please’ #remember how, a few years later #on Fleur’s wedding #he danced with her one more time #probably being conscient that her heart already belonged to Ron #this is why I love Viktor Krum so much #he just enjoyed being with Hermione #and didn’t care about the future #mostly, because she wasn’t going to be a part of his.

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lazydad:

If you’ve ever been to Hawaii, you know that the eats can range from super-yum to kinda sorta WTF. To me, the best thing about Hawaiian eats is the mishmash of Asian and European flavors that seem to have been concocted with stoners in mind. Seriously, there are some weirdo eats that only peeps from Hawaii would understand.
Even though I spent some time as a kid growing up in Hawaii, my mother didn’t really cook Hawaiian eats very much at home. There are a handful of local dishes that she made, like kalua pork and chicken long rice, which are deloycious, but I pretty much grew up eating Taiwanese and Chinese eats.
There’s one dish that Hawaiian peeps make that’s super-yum and super-easy to make, and that’s huli-huli chicken. It’s like the Hawaiian version of teriyaki-slash-BBQ chicken, and it’s one of those dishes that everyone eats. Like, for Cub Scouts fundraisers, the old ladies would make huli-huli chicken and we’d have to sell tickets and stuff. Here’s how to make super-easy huli-huli chicken:
In a glass mixing bowl, combine: 1 cup unsweetened pineapple juice; 1/2 cup low-sodium soy sauce; 1/2 cup brown sugar; 1/3 cup ketchup; 1/4 cup white wine; 1 tablespoon of finely minced fresh ginger; 3 cloves finely minced garlic; and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Stir to combine and you’ve got yourself some huli-huli sauce.
Lightly brown about two pounds of skin-on chicken thighs over medium-high heat in a shallow cast iron pan.
When the chicken is browned on both sides, turn the chicken skin-side down, and add the huli-huli sauce, then heat until it bubbles.
Put a lid on the pan, then put it in a 350 degree oven. After 30 minutes, remove the lid, turn the chicken thighs skin-side up, and let it bake for another 30 minutes or so.
Voilà! You can also prepare the sauce and marinate the chicken overnight in the fridge if you’re gonna cook it on a grill. It’s pretty good! You should try it!

lazydad:

If you’ve ever been to Hawaii, you know that the eats can range from super-yum to kinda sorta WTF. To me, the best thing about Hawaiian eats is the mishmash of Asian and European flavors that seem to have been concocted with stoners in mind. Seriously, there are some weirdo eats that only peeps from Hawaii would understand.

Even though I spent some time as a kid growing up in Hawaii, my mother didn’t really cook Hawaiian eats very much at home. There are a handful of local dishes that she made, like kalua pork and chicken long rice, which are deloycious, but I pretty much grew up eating Taiwanese and Chinese eats.

There’s one dish that Hawaiian peeps make that’s super-yum and super-easy to make, and that’s huli-huli chicken. It’s like the Hawaiian version of teriyaki-slash-BBQ chicken, and it’s one of those dishes that everyone eats. Like, for Cub Scouts fundraisers, the old ladies would make huli-huli chicken and we’d have to sell tickets and stuff. Here’s how to make super-easy huli-huli chicken:

  • In a glass mixing bowl, combine: 1 cup unsweetened pineapple juice; 1/2 cup low-sodium soy sauce; 1/2 cup brown sugar; 1/3 cup ketchup; 1/4 cup white wine; 1 tablespoon of finely minced fresh ginger; 3 cloves finely minced garlic; and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Stir to combine and you’ve got yourself some huli-huli sauce.
  • Lightly brown about two pounds of skin-on chicken thighs over medium-high heat in a shallow cast iron pan.
  • When the chicken is browned on both sides, turn the chicken skin-side down, and add the huli-huli sauce, then heat until it bubbles.
  • Put a lid on the pan, then put it in a 350 degree oven. After 30 minutes, remove the lid, turn the chicken thighs skin-side up, and let it bake for another 30 minutes or so.
  • Voilà! You can also prepare the sauce and marinate the chicken overnight in the fridge if you’re gonna cook it on a grill. It’s pretty good! You should try it!

modcloth:

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lana-grant-may:

carry-on-my-wayward-nun:

p1ants:

i think freckles, stretch marks, tattoos, bruises, birthmarks and scars are probably the coolest thing, you started with almost a blank canvas and look at u now, all this evidence that you’ve lived and the sun has shone on you and you’ve grown and maybe tripped up a few times and liked an image so much u made it a permanent part of u, beautiful.

That’s one of the most uplifting things I’ve read

This needs to get passed around more

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