Hello fellow food lovers! It’s time for some more tasty dishes! Now, grab your utensils, and let’s dig in!
Fit-fit is a savory dish that comes from Ethiopia. It’s a breakfast food that’s made with meat sauce, clarified butter, and shredded flat bread. There’re many variations to this dish including; Injera Fit-Fit (this adds injera and onions to it), and Kitcha Fit-Fit (this adds kitcha as the bread, and it’s usually served with plain yogurt).
Afritada is a Spanish-inspired dish that comes from the Philippines. It’s made with bell peppers (red and green), chicken, tomato sauce, potatoes and carrots. This is an everyday meal, and it’s served on a bed of white rice.
Konbanwa, everyone! It’s time for another mythical post. I hope you guys are ready for some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Hosogami are extremely dangerous creatures of Japanese folklore. They’re depicted as tiny, aggressive demons that spread Smallpox. They can infect entire communities quite easily, but have an immense fear of dogs and the color red.
Mikari baba are extremely strange creatures of Japanese mythology. They’re depicted as old women that have one missing eye. They also usually wear dilapidated straw hats, and have flaming torches in their mouths. Mikari baba are natural thieves, and will try to steal raincoats and eyes from people.
Hello fellow art lovers! My Gallery has recently gotten some new pieces! I hope you guys are ready for some amazing works. Now, have fun exploring my Gallery!
Return of the Bird Tribe by Larry Carlson (May 26th, 2020)
This is an amazing work by “Master Surrealist”, Larry Carlson. It’s an outdoor piece that’s covered in an explosion of colors. The titular “bird tribe” appears to be strange, human-face creatures with literal toucans for wings. There’s also some kaleidoscopic animals in the background, and multiple Jesus’ sitting on blue couches. The vivid sky is filled with amazing fractals and abstract patterns which pull the viewer into its masterwork. I absolutely adore this piece, and would love to know what you think of it in the comment’s section below.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another tropes post! I hope you guys ready for some awesome trivia. Now, let’s begin!
Skyward Scream: This is one of the most common tropes used in almost every form of media. It deals with a character that screams loud enough to reach the heavens. It can be used to display anguish, rage, sadness, or pain. Some examples include; Von Karma’s mental breakdown in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. Upon being bested by the titular attorney, he yells out in rage, much to the shock of the jury. Next, there’s Zero’s reaction to a prominent character’s death in Mega Man X4. He yells WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOOOOORRRRRRRRRRRRR!! Unfortunately this is horribly voice acted, and more comes off as a comedy scene instead of something tragic. Lastly, there’s Spongebob’s rage in the episode, Your Shoe’s Untied. He screams to the heavens DOESN’T ANYBODY KNOW HOW TO TIE A KNOOOOOTTTTTTT?!?!
Sickly Green Glow: This is a common trope that used in many forms of media. It deals with the evil glow of green objects. They can range from hazardous waste, to acid. Some examples include; Dr. Faust VII ‘s yellowish-green mana. This creepy doctor has this magic surrounding him whenever he summons his spirit. Next, there’s the killing curse from Harry Potter. Avada Kedavra causes a bright green beam to shoot out of a wand, killing anyone it hits. Lastly, there’s Rugal’s attacks from the King of Fighters series. This immensely powerful villain usually has evil green energy surrounding him when he uses his attacks.
Hello fellow food lovers! It’s time for another food post. I hope you guys are ready for some awesome dishes. Now, let’s dig in!
Tahu gejrot is a savory, tofu-based dish that comes from Cirebon. It consists of pieces of fried tofu covered in a light dressing. The dressing is made from vinegar, sweet soy sauce, and blended palm sugar. Lastly, it’s topped with bird’s eye chili, grounded garlic, and pounded shallots.
Kalamay is a sweet food that comes from the Philippines. It’s made with gluttonous rice, coconut milk, and brown sugar. It can be eaten alone, or used as a sweetener in many Filipino desserts.