I don’t understand the USA, all your roads are straight and all your cities look like they were planned using Excel.
Everyone knows the only way to build a city is to wait until a bunch of tiny villages merge together over…
Florida! Where road names change three times within a mile for no discernible fucking reason (ORLANDO AREA, I AM LOOKING AT YOU).
And the man-friend’s family totally lives on one of those “19th Avenue Drive Circle West” type roads. Bradenton, your road-naming conventions seriously leave something to be desired.
(I wanted to post this at the bottom of the whole post as seen over there on stuckinabucket's tumblr but I don't know how to make tumblr behave the way I want it to so this is what you get. Anyway, click through on the above for the whole original post.)
just precisely how bad was 1500s jerusalem at making maps, you ask? well,
Maybe it’s meant to be more symbolic than navigationally functional?
I didn’t take pictures, but I promise it looks as yummy as it is.
So. I had a large cabbage I needed to use up. And I had lentils and dried mushrooms (black mushrooms and shiitakes). And I had red potatoes, and some cheddar cheese.
I decided to concoct something inspired by stuffed cabbage and lasagna. I googled things like “deconstructed stuffed cabbage” and “cabbage lasagna” to ascertain the feasibility of my goal, and determined it would work.
Now I’m going to attempt to document what I did, because it came out pretty well and you might want to try it if you have some cabbage to use!
Gonna cut tag this since I suspect it’ll get long …