one-pan meal

Jun. 22nd, 2017 09:03 pm
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[personal profile] colorwheel posting in [community profile] cookability
i'm having a good time lately cooking boneless chicken in a pan with some water and adding pasta right to that pan. i also put in a little bouillion for flavor.

it's not chicken soup because the liquid ratio is low. it's lots of protein with a small amount of soup-tasty liquid. actually i would call the liquid soup, there's just not the amount that we associate with soup.

i use dark meat chicken because it never dries out so the cooking time can be anything.

the first time i made this, it felt so reckless and daring to add dry pasta right in there instead of cooking the pasta separately! but it really works, and the pasta is extra tasty because all the flavors are married (so to speak).

at the very end, spinach can be added. i bet lots of other things could be added. i'm just so into it being only one pan.

Hello

Jun. 22nd, 2017 10:37 pm
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I'm sort of trying to find something...fandom friends, or maybe just friends.


I'm 35, bi, gf, married with a kid. I live in Wales, I work in a pharmacy and write fiction and poetry too. 

I've got five cats and four chickens.

I will always love Stargate (SG-1 and SGA) and Trek (TNG, DS9, VOY) I have passing interests in other and currently love Dragon Age, MCU, Steven Universe, Brooklyn 99. I don't write as much fanfic as I used to still have a lot of ideas peculating up there. I miss being part of fandom though I've always felt like I was on the fringes.


I ship f/f and het mostly, and I read that too but I will write anything. Any pairing. I'm either mental or gifted. Not sure which.

I love old films from the beggining to the 70s. Love MST3K. The new series was great. I love crap films, I hate reboots but I will watch them sometimes.


I have a post here that has more about me if you want to check it out.


Looking for fannish people

Jun. 19th, 2017 05:55 pm
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[personal profile] kutsuwamushi posting in [community profile] 2017revival
Name: Kutsuwamushi
Age: Early 30s
Country: Usually the US

Interests and hobbies: I'm a fannish person but not in a single fandom - I'm a butterfly. I like to talk about what I'm reading, watching, or playing now, instead of writing a lot of posts about the same fandom.

Outside of fandom, I'm a graduate student in linguistics who does research in West Africa, and I'm really passionate about languages, especially those outside of Europe. I sometimes dabble in writing original fiction. I post a lot about music.

Looking for:: I miss the days of LJ fandom. I have a tumblr, but it's so impersonal and it's impossible to make friends. Really, it just feels very isolating unless you have a lot of friends there already. I'm looking for people who have a similar approach to journaling on DW as me: People who use it as a way to talk about their interests, and make connections with other people that way. I don't really use my DW as a daily life blog.

Anything else: My journal is mostly open, but I friendslock some fandom stuff. I have a pretty open policy re: grant access. It's mostly just to keep any real-life friends and family who happen to discover my username from knowing too much about my taste in porn (mostly slash, if that matters to you).

Volunteer social thread #68

Jun. 15th, 2017 06:37 pm
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I'm enduring a heat wave.

What have you all been up to?

Question thread #53

Jun. 15th, 2017 08:32 pm
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[personal profile] pauamma posting in [site community profile] dw_dev
It's time for another question thread!

The rules:

- You may ask any dev-related question you have in a comment. (It doesn't even need to be about Dreamwidth, although if it involves a language/library/framework/database Dreamwidth doesn't use, you will probably get answers pointing that out and suggesting a better place to ask.)
- You may also answer any question, using the guidelines given in To Answer, Or Not To Answer and in this comment thread.

Interesting article

Jun. 13th, 2017 06:58 am
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[personal profile] zulu posting in [community profile] queerparenting
This article is about how queer people with different ethnic backgrounds--specifically Canadian Indigenous, in this case--deal with really small pools of donors, especially in Canada where we don't pay for tissue donation any more. This is super-complicated for Indigenous people because blood quanta are still how Canada determines if Indigenous people have status (i.e. they 'count' as Indigenous). The law hasn't even glanced at what that means for queer Indigenous couples.

But the article also touches on the broader point that fertility clinics are relentlessly heteronormative even when a good portion of their clientele are queer. Like when I had to take a test to see if my fallopian tubes were open--with absolutely zero evidence that I was fertility challenged in any way.

Anyhow, an interesting read!

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