Day 2’s challenge for the Winter Biannual Bibliothon is to create a bookish beverage. Today’s challenge was created by Will Read For Booze. The idea is to create your own beverage inspired by a character or book. And I might be a little bit cliche in my beverage, but I couldn’t help myself—at all. So I made butterbeer. More specifically, I made a vegan butterbeer latte in Hermione’s name. … More Hermione’s Vegan Butterbeer Latte | Winter Biannual Bibliothon Blog Challenge Day 2
Last week, the lovely Diana Gabaldon, author of the Outlander series, was unbelievably generous and shared her family’s fudge recipe with us on Facebook! When I first saw this, I was unbelievably excited. As soon as I read the recipe, I instantly knew how I could make this vegan. … More Bookish Recipe| Diana Gabaldon’s Christmas Fudge Made Vegan
This was a makeup look that I was hoping to get up during October. But I didn’t do much of anything during October. So, here we are at the start of November with a pumpkin patch eye tutorial–Hargrid’s Pumpkin Patch, to be specific. It’s still fall… we can still do pumpkin things right? Who doesn’t love pumpkins?
And, I mean, who really doesn’t love Hagrid? … More Makeup by Muse | Hagrid’s Pumpkin Patch
It’s been over a month since my last post. I had originally planned to do a makeup post next, but I’ve really been wanting to do a Halloween-ish themed recipe. I also wanted to do something a little bit more user friendly than my last recipe. … More Bookish Recipe| Honeydukes NEW Vegan Chocolate Frogs
I do this really strange thing when I’m reading a book—I actively start to crave pretty much any food that’s mentioned in whatever book it is I’m reading. And George R.R. Martin has some absolutely drool-worthy descriptions of food in his books. … More Bookish Recipe | Maester Pycelle’s Iced Milk & Honey
I’m back with another makeup look! This time, I was inspired by the green and silver Slytherin colors. Slytherins are known for their ambition and cunning and their knack for self preservation. They are unafraid to be themselves because they have too much self-respect and much better things to spend their energy on. They’re the type of people who will steal treats from work parties for you and who won’t balk at telling you that you deserve better than what you’re getting—because their friends deserve the very best. They can achieve pretty much anything they set their minds to—I mean, Narcissa Malfoy successfully lied to Lord Voldemort, of all people! … More Makeup by Muse | Slytherin