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 […]
The first book of Project Grayson is proceeding swimmingly. I’ve set a goal of 90,000 words for the debut, and am nearly a third finished. I expect to ride the wave of NanoWrimo as far as it’ll take me, which […]
D.M. and Chloe are ramping up the writing this month by taking on the NaNoWriMo challenge – 50,000 words in 30 days. Keep an eye out on our social media for writing tips, late night coffee sessions, and details about […]
Welcome to the second ever Lorepost! This month is going to be interesting even for us. Nanowrimo is in full swing at the Lorehouse, so expect us to be documenting our progress! A lot of focus has shifted lately onto Project […]
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.
After much brewing in the cauldrons of our collective creativity, we can finally give a name to Loresworn’s most ambitious project so far. We’ve been hard at work behind the scenes to bring you Project Grayson: a character-driven narrative of […]
If you’re here, it probably means you’ve received the first ever Lorepost newsletter! This is our new way to keep in touch with all of our readers and viewers about what’s going on with LSO across the many platforms where […]
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 […]
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.
Watch D.M. teriyaki pineapple steak with a side of rice!
We are revamping our movie reviews section, and this new format lets you guys participate! The ladies of the Lorehouse – along with special guests (and the guys when they feel like it) – cordially invite you to our weekly […]
Ramen is here to stay as a nerd-home staple. Its instant, sodium-laced noodle broth is tasty but not always completely satisfying. If you’re looking for a little more heft to your ramen, here’s a quick guide for making a hearty, healthy meal out of your 10 cent packet.
I am always really impressed with the talent on display at conventions like Denver Comic Con, and this year’s artists really seemed to have put their hearts and souls into their work! The Order is all about supporting local and upcoming artists, […]
The old school artists’ commune has fallen by the wayside these days. Art is moving into a digital age, and our economy is seeing a growing deficit for skilled, work-with-your-hands kinds of jobs. But with schools finding themselves hard up for funding in art and craft apprenticeship learning, and colleges focusing on profit-driven programs, kids and creatives find themselves with diminishing resources to experiment, create and ultimately learn “maker” skills. To address this void, across the United States, a maker movement has emerged. It’s homegrown, DYI-friendly, and all about inspiring creativity across mediums and all ages.