1. allrecipes:

Ground beef gets a boost of flavor from onion soup mix in this quick and easy slow cooker Salisbury steak recipe.
Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/1viEa9h Pin it: http://bit.ly/1pffazo

    allrecipes:

    Ground beef gets a boost of flavor from onion soup mix in this quick and easy slow cooker Salisbury steak recipe.

    Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/1viEa9h 
    Pin it: http://bit.ly/1pffazo

  2. dynastylnoire:

loveisrespect:

This is really important info from a really great resource! Remember: No one ever deserves to be harassed, exploited, or emotionally abused. Everyone deserves to have their privacy and their body respected—whether they’re a current partner or an ex.
Check out endrevengeporn.org to learn about ways to get explicit images taken down, how to get involved in your area, or how to seek legal assistance. Or for more info about digital abuse and online harassment, check out loveisrespect.org.

90 percent of the victims are women

    dynastylnoire:

    loveisrespect:

    This is really important info from a really great resource! Remember: No one ever deserves to be harassed, exploited, or emotionally abused. Everyone deserves to have their privacy and their body respected—whether they’re a current partner or an ex.

    Check out endrevengeporn.org to learn about ways to get explicit images taken down, how to get involved in your area, or how to seek legal assistance. Or for more info about digital abuse and online harassment, check out loveisrespect.org.

    90 percent of the victims are women

  3. allrecipesintern:

Just learned a great tip! Use a tablespoon of orange juice instead of water to bring out the ginger flavor in these Big Soft Ginger Cookies. 

    allrecipesintern:

    Just learned a great tip! Use a tablespoon of orange juice instead of water to bring out the ginger flavor in these Big Soft Ginger Cookies

  4. allrecipesintern:

    Last January, I was in Greece eating Spanakopita. This year, I am learning how to make it! Join me and have your own Mediterranean trip through food. Opa!

    In Greece

    Spanikopita Recipe

  5. allrecipesintern:

If you cannot go to Italy, why not bring Italy to you? Or at least your kitchen. This recipe includes all the wondrous ingredients that makes us want to kiss to cook! 

    allrecipesintern:

    If you cannot go to Italy, why not bring Italy to you? Or at least your kitchen. This recipe includes all the wondrous ingredients that makes us want to kiss to cook! 

  6. allrecipesintern:

Getting ready for the big game? Try these Restaurant Style Buffalo Chicken Wings. Baked or fried, they will be a winner even if your team loses. 

    allrecipesintern:

    Getting ready for the big game? Try these Restaurant Style Buffalo Chicken Wings. Baked or fried, they will be a winner even if your team loses. 

  7. allrecipesintern:

Once to make these, no other cinnamon roll will ever compare!

    allrecipesintern:

    Once to make these, no other cinnamon roll will ever compare!

  8. allrecipesintern:

I first made these mini gluten-free chocolate garbanzo bean cupcakes, topped with an amazing, creamy peanut butter frosting, for my gluten-intolerant friend’s birthday last summer. That’s a mouthful to say, but these cupcakes are a mouthful of awesome. For some inexplicable reason, I’ve always been apprehensive of any recipe that requires a food processor or blender or anything that I can’t mix with my hands – actually, the reason is laziness – but when I finally tried this recipe out, my stomach and I were relieved. And happy. The birthday girl was happy, too.
 
Now I whip out this recipe when I’m trying to impress dinner guests, or when I’ve had a hard week.
 
If you’re wondering about how the garbanzo beans will taste, don’t worry! It’s awesome. They bring a great, rich element to the cake – there’s definitely a bean taste, though!  
 
One quick tip: this batter is incredibly dense, so you might want to double your recipe if you want to share with friends. 

-Katelin

    allrecipesintern:

    I first made these mini gluten-free chocolate garbanzo bean cupcakes, topped with an amazing, creamy peanut butter frosting, for my gluten-intolerant friend’s birthday last summer. That’s a mouthful to say, but these cupcakes are a mouthful of awesome. For some inexplicable reason, I’ve always been apprehensive of any recipe that requires a food processor or blender or anything that I can’t mix with my hands – actually, the reason is laziness – but when I finally tried this recipe out, my stomach and I were relieved. And happy. The birthday girl was happy, too.

     

    Now I whip out this recipe when I’m trying to impress dinner guests, or when I’ve had a hard week.

     

    If you’re wondering about how the garbanzo beans will taste, don’t worry! It’s awesome. They bring a great, rich element to the cake – there’s definitely a bean taste, though!  

     

    One quick tip: this batter is incredibly dense, so you might want to double your recipe if you want to share with friends. 

    -Katelin

  9. deep-dark-fears:

An anonymous submission to deep dark fears.

    deep-dark-fears:

    An anonymous submission to deep dark fears.

  10. deep-dark-fears:

A fear submitted by Lisa Lemonshoos to deep dark fears.

    deep-dark-fears:

    A fear submitted by Lisa Lemonshoos to deep dark fears.