8 Large Marshmallows
8 Lollipop Sticks
Chocolate Candy Melts
8 Red Hot Candies
White & Black Decorator Gel
16 Tiny Twist Pretzel Knots
Wax paper lined cookie sheet
Insert a lollipop stick into the side of each large marshmallow.
Lay sets of two pretzel knots onto the wax paper lined cookie sheet, so that they are touching each other.
Melt chocolate (I do it in the crockpot, but can use double boiler or even microwave)
Dip each marshmallow into the melted chocolate, tap off excess. Place the flat side of each dipped marshmallow onto a set of pretzel knots.
Paint on eyes with decorator gel. Apply red hot candy as nose. Chill 15 minutes.
The most surreal thing about Fright Night is that David Tennant’s mannerisms don’t actually change that much, so it’s like watching Ten on a bender. Or maybe someone activated the ‘foul-mouthed bisexual painted manwhore’ setting on the chameleon arch.
All I want from life is a set of business cards that say “Foul-Mouthed Bisexual Painted Manwhore.”
…that arse wiggle… nomnomnomnomnom
(Source: garenaisex, via you-make-me-twinkly)
Gotta love a new stubblicious DT pic coming out on #TennantTuesday !! YUMMO!
David Tennant Radio Times photo - cleaned up (with a bit of dodgy photoshopping to cover the seam)
I have been eating a ton of asparagus lately and hated wasted all the “woody” ends. So I googled and found that you could use them to make asparagus soup. So I took the basic recipe, tweaked it to use up some other stuff I wanted to use up and it came out DEEE-licious ;)
“Creamy” Asparagus Soup
Woody stems from a bunch of asparagus
4 cups FF low sodium chicken broth
2 medium apples (I used gala)
2 medium onions (I used red onions)
Core and slice the apples. Peel and slice the onions. Put all 4 ingredients in a pot and cook on medium until it comes to a boil. Then turn down to simmer and cook for 45 minutes. Then use an immersion blender (I don’t have one, so I just in batches put It in my regular blender) and blend all. I put some freshly ground pepper on the top of each bowl, but didn’t add any salt.
I had some left over bread I made into some croutons and put into it when I served it. It ended up tasting like the tastiest French Onion soup without the cheese.