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Aug 18, 2014 / 523,529 notes
Aug 18, 2014 / 178,549 notes

hasuahasuahasua:

mrniggelsworth:

sizvideos:

Watch it in video

what the actual fuck

The entirety of my dream house

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Aug 18, 2014 / 171,679 notes

ethically-wrong:

mmmmbeefy96:

grandhowler:

Dude

holy shit. 

this is on a whole new level of patience

This is natural art.

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Aug 17, 2014 / 74 notes

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Aug 17, 2014 / 60 notes

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Aug 17, 2014 / 122 notes

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..we’re not gonna stay in darkness
Aug 17, 2014 / 185 notes
..we’re not gonna stay in darkness

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k-lionheart:

tittily:

cant get authentic italian cuisine like this anymore

i don’t even know where to start with this post
Aug 17, 2014 / 372,848 notes

k-lionheart:

tittily:

cant get authentic italian cuisine like this anymore

i don’t even know where to start with this post

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Aug 17, 2014 / 33,630 notes
piecesinprogress:

Although this list is primarily targeted to a dorm kitchen, these are really great meals for anyone going back to school or busy with work. With all of them you should always feel free to customize them with the fruits or veggies YOU enjoy! This collection of recipes are what I think are best suited for college because of 3 factors.
They store well. You can make them ahead of time and most of them will actually get better as they sit in the fridge and the flavors meld together.
They are easy to make. Even recipes that require cooking are made in 1 pot making your cooking & clean up a breeze. Plus the only equipment you really need is a knife, cutting board, and pan.
They travel well. These are recipes you can eat cold or at room temperature. They’re perfect to throw in your bag on the way to the library, local cafe, or wherever you’re meeting your friends.

Bonus! Every recipe on this list is gluten free. Recipes with a ** are vegan!


BREAKFAST
I don’t know about you, but whether I was going to an 8 AM class or a 10 AM class, it was never easy to get out of bed and breakfast certaintly wasn’t a reason to give up that last 5 minutes of sleep! That in mind, I picked these recipes because they can all be made ahead of time or in less than 1 minute. They’re perfect to grab and enjoy on the way to class (or even in class if you have one of those rare but wonderful professors who lets you have food!).
Banana Spice Chia Pudding 170 calories, 3g fat, 27 carbs, 9g protein
Berry & Date Yogurt Bowl 165 calories, 0g fat, 30 carbs, 19g protein
Chia & Banana Spice Yogurt Bowl 246calories, 3g fat, 35 carbs, 20g protein
Mango Coconut & Granola Yogurt Bowl 225 calories, 5g fat, 24 carbs, 20g protein
Oatmeal Breakfast Bars 98 calories, 4g fat, 12 carbs, 6g protein
Raspberry Coconut Chia Pudding 175 calories, 5g fat, 24 carbs, 9g protein
Raspberry Pineapple Yogurt Bowl 133 calories, 2g fat, 16 carbs, 13g protein
Strawberry Fields Chia Pudding 165 calories, 3g fat, 23 carbs, 9g protein
Strawberry, Tart Cherry & Granola Yogurt Bowl 246 calories, 4g fat, 32 carbs, 20g protein
MAIN DISHES
What makes a main dish great for college is its ability to be made ahead (preferably with 1 pan or less) and stored easily. Each of these recipes is designed to be made ahead of time and portioned into single serving jars. Pick one or two recipes per week, prep them out and you’re set!
**Black Bean Rainbow Salad 272 calories, 10g protein, 37 carbs, 11g protein (salsa, sauteed veggies, spinach, avocado)
**Brown Rice Sushi Bowl 265 calories, 9g fat, 36 carbs, 10g protein (avocado, edamame, carrots, nori)
**Brown Rice Fiesta Bowl 340 calories, 13g fat, 45 carbs, 16g protein (tempeh, salsa, beans, peppers, avocado)
Chilled Pad Thai Jars 312 calories, 9g fat, 50 carbs, 8g protein
**Edamame Rainbow Salad 240 calories, 9g protein, 23 carbs, 14g protein (tahini dressing, zucchini, nori, cabbage)
**Loaded Mexican Rice 280 calories, 2g fat, 56 carbs, 11g protein
**Mediterranean Brown Rice Bowl 312 calories, 12g fat, 42 carbs, 9g protein (avocado, zucchini, hummus, spinach)
Pesto Quinoa Jar 250 calories, 6g fat, 38 carbs, 15g protein
Quinoa Burrito Jar 308 calories, 6g fat, 45 carbs, 17g protein
**Quinoa Rainbow Salad 293 calories, 9g protein, 44 carbs, 9g protein (hummus, tomatoes, spinach, avocado)
Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Jars 275 calories, 6g fat, 46 carbs, 11g protein
SNACKS
What makes a dessert good for college? Well… just about anything sweet seems like a good idea but the goal is to avoid the sugar crash that comes after a big unhealthy treat. These recipes include better for you ingredients like dates & oatmeal but will still satisfy your sweet tooth without the burn out!
Magic Bars 125 calories, 7g fat, 15 carbs, 2g protein
Black Bean Brownies 80 calories, 2g fat, 12 carbs, 5g protein
Parmesan Chips (per chip) 7 calories, 
Vanilla Almond Protein Date Truffles 55 calories, 1g fat, 10 carbs, 3g protein
Zucchini Oatmeal Mini Muffins 42 calories, 1g fat, 8 carbs, 1g protein
Aug 17, 2014 / 2,006 notes

piecesinprogress:

Although this list is primarily targeted to a dorm kitchen, these are really great meals for anyone going back to school or busy with work. With all of them you should always feel free to customize them with the fruits or veggies YOU enjoy! This collection of recipes are what I think are best suited for college because of 3 factors.

  1. They store well. You can make them ahead of time and most of them will actually get better as they sit in the fridge and the flavors meld together.
  2. They are easy to make. Even recipes that require cooking are made in 1 pot making your cooking & clean up a breeze. Plus the only equipment you really need is a knife, cutting board, and pan.
  3. They travel well. These are recipes you can eat cold or at room temperature. They’re perfect to throw in your bag on the way to the library, local cafe, or wherever you’re meeting your friends.

Bonus! Every recipe on this list is gluten free. Recipes with a ** are vegan!

BREAKFAST

I don’t know about you, but whether I was going to an 8 AM class or a 10 AM class, it was never easy to get out of bed and breakfast certaintly wasn’t a reason to give up that last 5 minutes of sleep! That in mind, I picked these recipes because they can all be made ahead of time or in less than 1 minute. They’re perfect to grab and enjoy on the way to class (or even in class if you have one of those rare but wonderful professors who lets you have food!).

MAIN DISHES

What makes a main dish great for college is its ability to be made ahead (preferably with 1 pan or less) and stored easily. Each of these recipes is designed to be made ahead of time and portioned into single serving jars. Pick one or two recipes per week, prep them out and you’re set!

SNACKS

What makes a dessert good for college? Well… just about anything sweet seems like a good idea but the goal is to avoid the sugar crash that comes after a big unhealthy treat. These recipes include better for you ingredients like dates & oatmeal but will still satisfy your sweet tooth without the burn out!

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60y:

Gottfried Helnwein working at the studio.Los Angeles, 2014
Aug 17, 2014 / 2,305 notes

60y:

Gottfried Helnwein working at the studio.
Los Angeles, 2014

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Aug 17, 2014 / 233,050 notes

elflizard:

Best $1.85 I have ever spent.

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