My family discovered this recipe years ago when we were in Hungary over Thanksgiving and couldn’t find any turkey. I rediscovered it this spring while watching Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s got a little bit of a kick, but the flavors mellow together into something very satisfying – just like my hopes for Infinity War.
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You can get cereal bars at the store, or you can customize your own for a healthy snack or breakfast that is inexpensive and exactly to your taste!
Usually at this time of year I’m all over awards season. I’m one of those film nerds who actually finds the political aspect of the Oscars cool and entertaining. But this year, something has held me back from watching the […]
The flu is vicious this year. But really, who has time for that? This soup is a miracle treatment if you’re starting to feel sick, or if you just want to stave off the (hopefully-not) inevitable. You can make the […]
NEWS! Announcing our 6k stream, T.J.’s presence at PDXCon, the future of cosplay, and more!
We’re wrapping up Loresworn Games of the Year Week with a countdown of our Most Anticipated Games of 2018! If you’re just now joining us, be sure to check out Games We Didn’t Get To in 2017 (But Wish We Had), […]
It’s Loresworn Games of the Year Week, and the main event is finally here! This is our definitive list of the best games we played in 2017. Something missing that you expected to make the countdown? Chances are, it’s one of our Games We Didn’t Get To in 2017 (But Wish We Had).
And don’t forget to swing back by tomorrow for our Most Anticipated Games of 2018.
Let the countdown begin!
It’s Loresworn Games of the Year Week! Today, we run through the games you won’t see on our Games of the Year list tomorrow… but we think probably would have made it if not for the fact that we just didn’t get around to them. 2017 had so many great games that slipped by it’s almost embarrassing, so the least we can do is give them a nod here. We hope to loop back around and tackle some of these next year.
Watch Brianna (@ulvogravn) play with fabric and a sewing machine! This is the third video for our Toph Beifong Cosplay series.
It has been a moment since I have last posted an update on this cosplay! My goal was to complete it for 2017 Denver Comic Con, and I was on track until I got extremely sick two weeks before hand. […]
Having too many things to juggle and very little time can be extremely frustrating, and I have tried various planners, organizational apps, and whiteboard methods to avoid the spiraling organizational crisis that can often occur. I spent a lot of time switching back and forth between digital and analog, wondering if I would ever find something that works. It wasn’t until I discovered bullet journaling – a customizable organization method using a physical notebook – that I realized how important it is to match your work style with how you organize yourself.
Jayson was in agony. He’d faced darkness that would’ve made most men weep with fear. He’d taken punishment that had drawn the color from the faces of onlookers. He’d endured for years the slings and arrows of outrageous expectation, the […]
Apocalypse 1780 is a post-apocalyptic, alternate history universe created by T.J. Hafer. It separates from our timeline in October of 1780, in the middle of the American Revolution, when the largest supervolcano eruption in human history takes place somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. The particulate material thrown into the atmosphere causes an unprecedented, brutal cooling period known as the 12-Year Winter. Combined with pandemic disease outbreaks and the breakdown of civilization, this climate change results in the deaths of more than 750 million of the Earth’s 800 million inhabitants.
Ingredients: ½ avocado Salt, paprika, chili powder, and lemon juice to taste 1 egg Cheddar cheese Heat oven to 350. Score ½ avocado and sprinkle with salt, paprika, chili powder and lemon juice. Bake the avocado for 5 minutes. While […]
Five years since Ava had seen the ad in the paper. Five years since she’d written – and rewritten, and rewritten – her resume. Five years since she’d mustered the entirety of her hopes, her dreams, her ambitions to throw at this one job.
“Your first job is where it all starts,” her father had said to her once. “It’s gotta be at the right place. It’s gotta be under the right people. The first rung in the ladder. Get on it and start climbing.”
Thank you for 5k subscribers! We’re kicking off our 5k Week with a check-in letting you know what’s coming.
Welcome to the Loresworn book/movie club: Read Watch Vent! Here we will discuss great works of film television and literature and revel in the ways in which they intersect. Each month will have a different theme or book series that we are covering.
No joke – this chili was served on barn raising and harvest days by my great grandparents during their time as homesteaders in Nebraska. Its an easy, hearty chili that can be made more or less spicy depending on how much of a kick you’re looking for.
We’re back with the eighth entry in our series on the best games of all time! Since Loresworn has only been around since 2015, but D.M. and T.J. have been having opinions about games much longer than that, we’re embarking on a journey through every year from 1980 to the present, listing our favorite games that came out each year. Every week we’ll be discussing a specific year, listing what we think are the five best games from that year. At the end of this saga, we will look over all the games from each year to create Top 25 Games of All Time lists for each of us, and a grand Top 100 Games of All Time to stand as Loresworn’s final word on the subject!
Watch D.M. teriyaki pineapple steak with a side of rice!