banchancomic:

I don’t remember seeing bokchoy in Korea when I was growing up there in the 1980s and 90s but now it is getting popular as more and more people around the world begun to know about it and cook with it. It’s not uncommon to see this veggie in even american and european restaurants these days and I think it’s because it is such a versatile vegetable. It has two opposing qualities: delicate and tough at the same time, sorta like cross between napa cabbage and spinach, with a slight bitter after taste. It’s important to blanch this veggie enough for the bitterness to come out yet maintaining a firm texture. I use it for all kinds of cooking including stir fry, steaming, blanching and also a great addition to noodle soups. 

I am so going to make this. I love this comic!

pleatedjeans:

Date night! [x]

yes.

pleatedjeans:

Date night! [x]

yes.

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How Cis-Gendered Gay Men Can Be Better Allies To The Rest Of The Queer Community

bikesbabesandbooze:

I made this thing that may be relevant for your Pride activities. My friends and I will be handing these flyers out during the Pride celebration because we’re frustrated! And feeling more invisible and angry than ever! ANYWAYS here you go team! If anyone wants a file so they can print this out themselves, please get at me and I can send it your way!

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HAPPY PRIDE OR WHATEVER

yes.

yes.

eatingisfab:

ugly today

ugly tomorrow

ugly forever

(via queerandpresentdanger)

reblog.

reblog.

(via lolbev)

🐙 this tentacled boardwalk beauty. 🐙 #asburypark #streetart #nofilter #asburyparkboardwalk (at Asbury Park Boardwalk)

🐙 this tentacled boardwalk beauty. 🐙 #asburypark #streetart #nofilter #asburyparkboardwalk (at Asbury Park Boardwalk)

unequal parts flailing, failing, yelling, and sitting quietly.

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