Skillet Vegetable Recipe

This recipe originally appeared on my tumblr.  I’ve copied it below and fixed a couple of typos.


Skillet Vegetables Recipe

3 Hierloom carrots (one white, one orange, one purple) – sliced

2-4 Fingerling Potatoes, sliced

1 red bell pepper, cleaned and cut into bite-sized pieces

2 shallots, cleaned and chopped

1 teaspoon pre-chopped garlic (the kind that comes in jars in water not oil)

2 tablepoons (roughly) salted butter (sweet cream butter)

2 tablespoons (roughly) olive oil

Lawry’s seasoning pepper

Sea Salt


Melt butter and olive oil together in frying pan or skillet.  Once butter is melted, add sliced veggies.  Add garlic after carrots and potatoes have cooked for 1-3 minutes and are starting to soften.  Sprinkle salt, pepper, and paprika directly on veggies to taste then mix.  Cook, stirring with wooden or plastic spoon or spatula until done.  Transfer to serving bowl.  It takes probably 10-15 minutes to cook, another 10 or so to cut everything up.

This is an INFINITELY variable recipe.  I basically cut up whatever extra veggies I have (potatoes, carrots, colored peppers, leeks, onion, jarred artichoke hearts, jarred fire-roasted peppers, etc) into bite-sized, roughly equivalent-sized pieces, and throw it in a frying pan or skillet with olive oil and butter.  Cook until done.  I usually add seasoning pepper.  If using potatoes of any sort – I usually add paprika.  You can use salt too, but it’s not necessary – I’ve made it plenty of times without extra salt.

Skillet Vegetable Recipe

James Stewart Photoset and Film Links

Please NOTE:  This is reblogged from tumblr – I have not tried these links and take no responsibility for content.  Hopefully it’s what it says on the tin, and these are out of copyright.


A collection of classic Jimmy Stewart films with links to watch them online:

You Can’t Take it With You (1938)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Destry Rides Again (1939)
The Philadelphia Story (1940)
It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)
Rope (1948)
Harvey (1950)
Winchester ‘73 (1950)
The Shop around the Corner (1950)
Rear Window (1954)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
Vertigo (1958)
Anatomy of Murder (1959)
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

For my other lovely anon xo

Awesome – I’ve seen two.

British English Translation

The perfect guide – tho’ the illo got the five pounds (L5.00 – fiver) and L10.00 pounds (tenner) mixed.

Sherlock – Fan Art – from tumblr


Basically this is a 3am drawing ramble i did a while ago that i decided to throw some colour on.

Dragons are the best though.

Sherlock Jewelry – from Tumblr / Baker Street Babes





I probably should have uploaded this earlier, but then again I am a lazy arse

Bracelet/cuff based on the wallpaper pattern of BBC Sherlock’s 221B inspired by the amazing Yvonne..

Available in all sizes. please do choose the diameter right for you.

Available in various material and cost range.

If you like it please do go buy one or many 🙂 (I am uploading the other sizes soon. bear with me)

If you want me to make any specific alteration or addition, or if you want to know if I can make a design of your choosing please feel free to message me.. 

Opinions? 🙂


This is really cool!

Spreading the Word – HitRecord – School



I’m starting a collaboration RE: SCHOOL, which will be a potential theme for one of our Season 2 episodes – RECord your thoughts, write a story, draw a picture, or make a song regarding this theme.


ALL ARTISTS: Write a story, draw a picture, or make a song regarding this theme.

EVERYONE W/ A CAMERARECord a video testimonial regarding this theme, or specifically answer:

  • “Did you ever have an embarassing moment at school? Be as specific as possible.”
  • “Do you have a particular memory or story from a first day at school?”
  • “What was your experience like going to – or not going to – Prom?”
  • “What are your thoughts regarding Grades? What kind of an impact did they have on your academic career?”
  • “Do you have any experience dropping out of school? What was it like and how did it affect you?”
  • “What are your Teachers like outside of school?”
  • “How does School fit into our cultural expectations of what our lives are supposed to be?”
  • “Do you have any opinions or stories on the Social Classes within School (like Jocks, Nerds, Goths, etc.)?”
  • “What have you learned from the School of Hard Knocks?”


Contribute to the “RE: SCHOOL” collab HERE!