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sixpenceee:

guykneecologist:

This.

omfg reblogging till the end of time

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lacigreen:

this is rape culture, and it has got to stop.  stay strong jada.

This has to stop!

lacigreen:

this is rape culture, and it has got to stop.  stay strong jada.

This has to stop!

sairitapinkstar:

And you don’t even noticed how you sleep!! XD #love #TagsForLikes @TagsForLikes #instagood #me #like #follow #cute #photooftheday #tbt #followme #tagsforlikes #girl #beautiful #happy #picoftheday #instadaily #food #swag #amazing #tflers #fashion #igers #fun #summer #instalike #bestoftheday #smile #like4like #friends #instamood

sairitapinkstar:

And you don’t even noticed how you sleep!! XD #love #TagsForLikes @TagsForLikes #instagood #me #like #follow #cute #photooftheday #tbt #followme #tagsforlikes #girl #beautiful #happy #picoftheday #instadaily #food #swag #amazing #tflers #fashion #igers #fun #summer #instalike #bestoftheday #smile #like4like #friends #instamood

thecakebar:

 Make a Spaghetti Gelato Sundae (with video)
Have ice cream and a Ziploc bag? You can try New York’s newest dessert craze: the Spaghetti Sundae.
Served at the Dolce Gelateria in New York City, Spaghettieis—a treat invented in Germany in the 1960s—is actually vanilla gelato pushed through a pasta maker to form noodle-like strings. Think of your old Play-doh Fun Factory, but with ice cream!
To finish off the savory illusion, the “pasta” is topped with “marinara” (strawberry or raspberry sauce), “meatballs” (small scoops of chocolate gelato) and “grated cheese” (coconut shavings). So cute, right?
While the artisans at Dolce Gelateria use industrial pasta machines to turn out their noodles, you can make this sundae at home with much simpler supplies. All you need is a pastry bag or potato ricer, ice cream and some toppings. Here’s the scoop:



Spaghetti Sundae
Vanilla ice cream
Whipped cream
Strawberry or raspberry sauce (store-bought or homemade)
Chocolate ice cream
Coconut flakes or grated white chocolate
1. Place a bowl in the freezer and a carton of vanilla ice cream in the fridge, both for 15 minutes. (The ice cream will need to soften a little.)
2. Place a dollop of whipped cream in the chilled bowl. Scoop the ice cream into a ricer or pastry bag, and squeeze the “noodles” on top.
3. Top with strawberry or raspberry sauce, two tiny scoops of chocolate ice cream, and a sprinkle of coconut flakes or grated white chocolate.

thecakebar:

 Make a Spaghetti Gelato Sundae (with video)

Have ice cream and a Ziploc bag? You can try New York’s newest dessert craze: the Spaghetti Sundae.

Served at the Dolce Gelateria in New York City, Spaghettieis—a treat invented in Germany in the 1960s—is actually vanilla gelato pushed through a pasta maker to form noodle-like strings. Think of your old Play-doh Fun Factory, but with ice cream!

To finish off the savory illusion, the “pasta” is topped with “marinara” (strawberry or raspberry sauce), “meatballs” (small scoops of chocolate gelato) and “grated cheese” (coconut shavings). So cute, right?

While the artisans at Dolce Gelateria use industrial pasta machines to turn out their noodles, you can make this sundae at home with much simpler supplies. All you need is a pastry bag or potato ricer, ice cream and some toppings. Here’s the scoop:

Spaghetti Sundae

Vanilla ice cream

Whipped cream

Strawberry or raspberry sauce (store-bought or homemade)

Chocolate ice cream

Coconut flakes or grated white chocolate

1. Place a bowl in the freezer and a carton of vanilla ice cream in the fridge, both for 15 minutes. (The ice cream will need to soften a little.)

2. Place a dollop of whipped cream in the chilled bowl. Scoop the ice cream into a ricer or pastry bag, and squeeze the “noodles” on top.

3. Top with strawberry or raspberry sauce, two tiny scoops of chocolate ice cream, and a sprinkle of coconut flakes or grated white chocolate.

(via thecakebar)

Creamed Butter: Banana Cream Pie

creamedbutter:

Wednesday was my husband’s birthday. We were also snowed in with the last (most likely) winter storm of the season. I offered to make him whatever he wanted: cake, cookie, pie, whatever. He chose a banana cream pie, complete with mounds of fluffy, glossy meringue topping.

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I had…

sixpenceee:

guykneecologist:

This.

omfg reblogging till the end of time

(via sicklysatisfied)

lacigreen:

this is rape culture, and it has got to stop.  stay strong jada.

This has to stop!

lacigreen:

this is rape culture, and it has got to stop.  stay strong jada.

This has to stop!

sairitapinkstar:

And you don’t even noticed how you sleep!! XD #love #TagsForLikes @TagsForLikes #instagood #me #like #follow #cute #photooftheday #tbt #followme #tagsforlikes #girl #beautiful #happy #picoftheday #instadaily #food #swag #amazing #tflers #fashion #igers #fun #summer #instalike #bestoftheday #smile #like4like #friends #instamood

sairitapinkstar:

And you don’t even noticed how you sleep!! XD #love #TagsForLikes @TagsForLikes #instagood #me #like #follow #cute #photooftheday #tbt #followme #tagsforlikes #girl #beautiful #happy #picoftheday #instadaily #food #swag #amazing #tflers #fashion #igers #fun #summer #instalike #bestoftheday #smile #like4like #friends #instamood

thecakebar:

 Make a Spaghetti Gelato Sundae (with video)
Have ice cream and a Ziploc bag? You can try New York’s newest dessert craze: the Spaghetti Sundae.
Served at the Dolce Gelateria in New York City, Spaghettieis—a treat invented in Germany in the 1960s—is actually vanilla gelato pushed through a pasta maker to form noodle-like strings. Think of your old Play-doh Fun Factory, but with ice cream!
To finish off the savory illusion, the “pasta” is topped with “marinara” (strawberry or raspberry sauce), “meatballs” (small scoops of chocolate gelato) and “grated cheese” (coconut shavings). So cute, right?
While the artisans at Dolce Gelateria use industrial pasta machines to turn out their noodles, you can make this sundae at home with much simpler supplies. All you need is a pastry bag or potato ricer, ice cream and some toppings. Here’s the scoop:



Spaghetti Sundae
Vanilla ice cream
Whipped cream
Strawberry or raspberry sauce (store-bought or homemade)
Chocolate ice cream
Coconut flakes or grated white chocolate
1. Place a bowl in the freezer and a carton of vanilla ice cream in the fridge, both for 15 minutes. (The ice cream will need to soften a little.)
2. Place a dollop of whipped cream in the chilled bowl. Scoop the ice cream into a ricer or pastry bag, and squeeze the “noodles” on top.
3. Top with strawberry or raspberry sauce, two tiny scoops of chocolate ice cream, and a sprinkle of coconut flakes or grated white chocolate.

thecakebar:

 Make a Spaghetti Gelato Sundae (with video)

Have ice cream and a Ziploc bag? You can try New York’s newest dessert craze: the Spaghetti Sundae.

Served at the Dolce Gelateria in New York City, Spaghettieis—a treat invented in Germany in the 1960s—is actually vanilla gelato pushed through a pasta maker to form noodle-like strings. Think of your old Play-doh Fun Factory, but with ice cream!

To finish off the savory illusion, the “pasta” is topped with “marinara” (strawberry or raspberry sauce), “meatballs” (small scoops of chocolate gelato) and “grated cheese” (coconut shavings). So cute, right?

While the artisans at Dolce Gelateria use industrial pasta machines to turn out their noodles, you can make this sundae at home with much simpler supplies. All you need is a pastry bag or potato ricer, ice cream and some toppings. Here’s the scoop:

Spaghetti Sundae

Vanilla ice cream

Whipped cream

Strawberry or raspberry sauce (store-bought or homemade)

Chocolate ice cream

Coconut flakes or grated white chocolate

1. Place a bowl in the freezer and a carton of vanilla ice cream in the fridge, both for 15 minutes. (The ice cream will need to soften a little.)

2. Place a dollop of whipped cream in the chilled bowl. Scoop the ice cream into a ricer or pastry bag, and squeeze the “noodles” on top.

3. Top with strawberry or raspberry sauce, two tiny scoops of chocolate ice cream, and a sprinkle of coconut flakes or grated white chocolate.

(via thecakebar)

Creamed Butter: Banana Cream Pie

creamedbutter:

Wednesday was my husband’s birthday. We were also snowed in with the last (most likely) winter storm of the season. I offered to make him whatever he wanted: cake, cookie, pie, whatever. He chose a banana cream pie, complete with mounds of fluffy, glossy meringue topping.

P1020996

I had…

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