After purposely avoiding any reviews or io9-type think pieces on It, I went and saw the film last night. Previously, I had only seen the 1990 miniseries. I bought the book 2 or 3 years ago, but it’s been pretty low on the list of reads to get around to.
It’s the Halloween season, and that means it’s time to consume a dentist’s nightmare amount of confectionary delights. But which Halloween candy is the best of them all? That is the answer we seek in Halloween Candy Madness.
We should make some of these foods. In fact, I challenge you to make one of these recipes. Over the next few weeks, I’m gonna try a few, but not the banana candle. What would you and would you not eat? I think the tuna and jello pie does not sound half bad.
This way we can all find it on any given kinja? “Gawker drama” or “Gawking at Gawker” would work, but I could also go for “Meta-Gawker” or “Gawkermageddon”.
Do you even know what this is?
I heard a rumor that our beloved leader is considering discontinuing the Chat of Puddings. To this I say: NAY! JOIN ME IN A CHORUS OF NAYS!!
Pudding Perspective: Flan
I've spent a lot of time as a human person on this planet filling my brain with things like information, paintings, poems, literature, wisdom, kindness, empathy, films, conversations, recipes, music, dance moves, science. All for nothing.
Homemade orange chocolate pudding (from Mark Bittman's recipe, made with fancy local chocolate). It's fantastic.
Actually, the original phrase was "The proof of the pudding is in the eating", meaning you have to eat the pudding to know what's inside it.
The world needs to know.
1 cup raw almonds, soaked at least 5 hours
Let's talk fanfiction and in this case, I'll show you what I found when I unfortunately stumbled upon some mpreg LOTR fanfiction back in 2005. We already have a few shared pieces in our original post. Crogues has some of her own there—if you want to read something good! I liked them all, especially the choose your…