The Hemsworth brothers, Tom Hanks, and Meryl Streep star in a 1:00 “Charlie Bit My Finger” spoof
is thiS FOR REAL DID THEY ACTUALY TAKE THE TIME TO DO THIS I CAN NOT HANDLE
Berry and Mascarpone Pancake Cake
For the Pancakes
225ml whole milk
4 large eggs, separated
225g plain flour
1tsp baking powder
50g melted butter
For the Filling
350g mascarpone cheese
100g icing sugar
Zest of 2 lemons
175g strawberries, quartered
50g caster sugar
- To make the pancakes, whisk together the milk and egg yolks, then sift over the flour and baking powder and fold together. Whip the egg whites to stiff peaks, then gently fold into the batter along with the melted butter. Allow to rest for 20 minutes to relax the gluten.
- Heat a heavy based frying pan over a medium flame. Add a small chunk of butter and allow that to melt. Spoon a ladleful and a half of batter into the pan and spread it out to a disk of about 16cm. Fry on one side until the the pancakes stops bubbling, then flip it and fry for about 30 seconds more until well cooked. Allow to cool, and repeat until you have 3 equal disks of pancake.
- For the filling, simply beat the mascarpone, icing sugar and lemon together until just incorporated, and then load into a piping bag fitted with a 10mm plain nozzle.
- To assemble place one pancake onto a cake stand or plate and pipe blobs of the filling around the edge of the pancake. Then arrange some of the raspberries in a circle on the inside of the filling blobs. Pipe another circle of blobs then arrange some of the blueberries in a circle. Finally, throw some of the chopped strawberries into the centre then top with another pancake and repeat.
- Top with the third and final pancake, and pipe blobs around the edge. Scatter the remaining fruit inside of the blobs - the more random the better.
- Finally make the sauce. Boil the sugar and water together in a small pan for a minute, then add the raspberries and boil until they turn mushy. Pass the sauce through a sieve and drizzle over the cake.
Conceal, don’t feel, don’t let them know
Well, now they know
i have seen sansa compared to anna before but she is all elsa for me. snow queens, both of them
heres a midi of hips dont lie with a banjo as the vocals
i cant believe this
who did this
A Weirwood wedding gown, for those who still believe in the Old Gods
my dad came and gave me this and i looked up at him and he had tears in his eyes and i asked him if he was ok and he said he has never laughed so hard in his life and then left
omg what newspaper is this i need it
Auld Lang Syne - Andrew Bird
soon robbie burns
I think that Molly takes the initiative….
Did you know that by spelling the english word SOCKS outloud, you are also saying the spanish phrase Eso si que es, which means “it is what is is”.
My spanish teacher told us this last year and I will never forget it
can we say socks instead of yolo?
Mama, just killed a man #SOCKS
im laughing histerically right now