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June 9th, 2014, 3:27 pm

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I'm super lucky I didn't have to deal with 2nd lunch, but it's totally convenient for the sake of plot. :P
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Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, June 9th, 2014, 3:43 pm

You silly people, he wasn't afraid of Robert taking his drink XD' It's just a convenient divergence from Robert's cute (probably soft) little hand. I'm sure Kyle thinks that if he touched it, he would be overcome with uncontrollable dokis and attack Robert on the spot. *shifty eyes*
(I've been using "doki" a lot lately because of my Tumblr-obsessed friends. I think it needs to stop, but I find myself unable to find a suitable synonym. ._. )

So! Kyle's behind in his schoolwork, eh? Makes sense, since he missed a few days transferring, and because all teachers go at their own pace.
Interesting subject change, though…
This page really interests me because it parallels something in Chapter 4, but since there will be so much time between now and then, I wonder if you guys will see it. :/

I started a job at home today. Which basically means I couldn't get a real job and am getting paid to do stuff around the house. Part of this involves cooking dinner pretty much every night for the next two months, and I'm sure my parents don't want pasta and chicken casserole all the time. ^^" So if you guys could get me some recipes and/or suggestions, that would be great! (I won't cook seafood, unless it's salmon or shrimp. I don't like cooking things I can't eat. >n>" )
Anyway, because of this job, I have even less time to do anything. I haven't been able to draw since early last week anyway so I'm a bit blocked and it's frustrating. Might have to set aside some time to retry a Livestream or some alternative later on this week.

*cough* Anyway, I hope you guys have a nice week! I'll be back on Monday at the latest, but hopefully I can stream sometime soon. <3

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Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, June 10th, 2014, 9:28 am

@Quadrant: Darn. Well, CrimsonnRain had a bunch, so I'm sure it's fine. ^^
(I can't cook eggs either >n>")

Leech? I don't think it's quite like that. More like an observation, I think.
But, haha, yeah, they should get together for a "study session" sometime~ ;)

Ah, the way it works at my old school, the floor you're on has a certain lunch time (with some exceptions, for example Gym is on the first floor but has third lunch). First lunch is the second floor, second lunch is the first floor, and third lunch is the third floor. Since we're assuming Gov/Econ is on the first floor, they have second lunch. :)

Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, June 12th, 2014, 9:47 pm

@CrimsonnRain: Thanks dearie! I'll definitely try them out~

Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, June 12th, 2014, 9:47 pm

@Azure Shade: Awesome! We do indeed have a crock pot, so that would be really nice~ ^^

Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, June 12th, 2014, 9:55 pm

@snow crystal: Thanks! ^^
Half the time when I'm writing him I have to go back and make sure he's actually reacting correctly or if I doing it wrong. ._. He's definitely hard to read.

I know! Plus the computer's always there beckoning me… So far it's not terrible, though. :)
I really really really like pizza. 8D My mom has a recipe already, though… But thanks!!
Haha, when it comes to baking, I'm the same way. I love it! ^^ Cooking and baking are so different, though…cooking isn't as precise and can easily be ruined in the process. :/ Plus every time you cook the conditions are a little different somehow…it's a little colder in the house than usual so it doesn't cook right (if it's like on the stove or something), and stuff like that.

Thanks! I'm doing fine and life is…interesting. ^^" Still not sure what I'm doing until college, but it's been good~
Hope you're doing well too!

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Reply Quadrant, June 10th, 2014, 9:07 am

Can't offer you any recipes I'm afraid. I'm useless in the kitchen. Can't even boil an egg. XD

Aww... does that mean Kyle wants to see more of Robert? Even if it is to leech off his notes. I suppose he could be invited over after school for a 'study session' :P

Second lunch though? But are they not having lunch together now? They staggered them by year group in my old school before they moved them together, and I doubt they're that different from the ages.

Reply Azure Shade, June 10th, 2014, 10:56 am

@Leafy Savanna Chan: If ya'll have a crock pot I can give you a really easy pot roast recipe and a left over french onion soup recipe to make from the left overs as well. My family begs me to make it and when I say it's easy, I mean EASY lol. :)

Reply snow crystal, June 12th, 2014, 1:09 pm

This is a great page - again... :P
I really like how Kyle's reactions are almost always so unpredictable - he seems scared here somehoe... I'm really looking forward to chapter four now :D

Wow! Doing stuff around the house is usually harder than actually having a "real" job to do, because you can't just go home once your shift's over and forget about it. I hope you're content with it and it doesn't get too exhausting, though! :)
I do have a favourite pizza recipe, if you want that... I'd just have to type it and translate it, a friend gave it to me :) I don't know if pizza's very useful to you, though ;) Besides that, I don't really have many good recipes for cooking anymore, because I just don't enjoy cooking (was never able to figure out why, because I just LOVE baking). If you ever want some baking recipes, though, feel free to ask! :D Oh, and just send me a note if you want that pizza recipe, I'll translate it for you then :)

Besides that, I hope you're fine and your life past graduation is going good :)

Reply snow crystal, June 13th, 2014, 8:09 am

@Leafy Savanna Chan: :D Well, happy to hear you understand my enthusiasm about baking :P

I can imagine that Kyle is hard to write... but you're doing great so far, it somehow all fits together perfectly :) But this is just the beginning, and I'm awfully curious about the rest...

I think you're right about cooking :) I may give you the recipe anyway if I have the inspiration to sit down and translate it, becuse it's not the usual pizza... That reminds me I haven't made it for far too long (well, I didn't have a stove or oven for really long... ^^; ), because this pizza really is incredibly good. That's why I begged my friend to give the recipe to me when we first made it together :P

:D Well, life being interesting at least means you won't get bored, which is positive as it is :) I sincerely hope it's a good kind of "interesting", though, at least most of the time ^^

... And yeah, thanks, I'm doing great actually! Finally got a message of a friend I haven't heard of for... like.. moths, and missed like crazy... so right now I'm in pretty high spirits :D

Reply Azure Shade, June 13th, 2014, 9:12 pm

@Leafy Savanna Chan: ok this will be pretty easy because you don't have to remember any measurements.
when you go grocery shopping pick out a flat piece of roast. (i think it's called top sirloin? it basically looks like a giant sized steak)
grab a small bag of red potatoes.
a bag of vidalia onions. (or sweet white onions)
1 32 oz box of swanson's low sodium beef broth. (the low sodium is important or it gets too salty for the soup later)

take the meat and sprinkle tenderizer on both sides (i usually stab it with a fork a bunch of times but some people don't.) add a sprinkle of garlic powder (less is more) on one side. put it in the bottom of the crockpot.
poor the broth in. (all of it)
wash the red potatoes and cut off any bad parts but leave them whole and set them in the pot next.
slice the tops and bottoms off the onions. Also remove the papery layer and the layer under that.
Cut the onions in half so that each part has one of the cut ends from earlier and set them end down on top of everything, this should put them mostly out of the broth. this keeps them from over flavoring everything and from getting so mushy they disappear into the broth. lol (It took me awhile to figure this out)
ok now the times.. we never really paid too much attention. if you wake up and want to start it at 6am you can, just set the temp on low, put a lid on it and walk away until dinner time.
If you're like me and say 'eff that rising sun shiz' and start it around 9 or 10, just put it on high for the first 2 hours then switch it to low after that. (and forget about it until dinner time.)
(I'll put the soup in a second reply and hope this wasn't too confusing!)

Reply Azure Shade, June 13th, 2014, 9:38 pm

@Leafy Savanna Chan: I forgot to mention you don't want to add any veggies to the crock pot roast. you won't be able to use the leftovers for soup otherwise. So if you want some really tasty veggies to go with that, I suggest the fresh ones in a steamer bag or the frozen version.
now on to the soup. XD

you only need to save a tiny piece of the roast (half the size of your palm) all the extra onions and the broth for the soup so the rest of the leftovers can be eaten for lunch (if you have any leftover besides that :D )

ok this is kinda a french onion soup hack I swear. My parents said it was better than a restaurant version, and my dad actually gave me puppy dog eyes when he asked me to make it again for fathers day. lmao!

put all the broth from the other day into a pot. there should be a layer of hardened fat on the top. only add about 1/4th of that and discard the rest.
slice the onions into thin strips and add to the pot. **
shred the small piece of beef into bits and toss it in.
add 2 packets of swanson beef Flavor Boost to the pot.
cook it on med. high until piping hot.
spoon into bowl, add a good handful of Texas toast croutons (the buttery version) almost covering top of bowl with them.
add a slice of velveeta swiss cheese on top of the croutons.*

* I use velveeta because it melts well and doesn't get all stringy like regular swiss, but IF you prefer you can use regular, just nuke the bowlful for 15 seconds or so before you serve it.

**if you don't have any onions left or non survived you can cook some up in a skillet. start with a little oil. slice the onion up thin. coat the onions in the oil and cook for a few minutes, then poor in a can of low sodium broth and leave them on med. high, stirring occasionally until nice and soft.

Reply Azure Shade, June 13th, 2014, 9:50 pm

@Leafy Savanna Chan: I hope that helps! I had the same 'you can do all the cooking' issue and what I used to make kinda sucked. LOL after 3 years of making pretty much every meal for 5 people, I've started to make some major improvements. I've gone from boxed junk to real food. LOL and I'm lazy so I look for the easiest way to make it from beginning to end and still be tasty, which is why I use a lot of broth. it flavors the food and gives it a richness that most of the time things lack, and I don't have to go crazy on herbs which is a pain. lol

oh, I usually serve a small salad with the soup just to make sure everyone has a pretty rounded meal.

Reply Shannonismyname, June 17th, 2014, 2:48 pm

Oh, I thought he was afraid of touch, which is a common characteristics of children abused. I was worried for a minute.

Reply magicmau5, November 18th, 2014, 10:41 am

LOL someone also has an ulterior motive?

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