Kin Food

Aug 18

fatfatties:

CREAM CHEESE STUFFED BAKED CHURROS

fatfatties:

CREAM CHEESE STUFFED BAKED CHURROS

(via bangaraangex)

Aug 16

do-not-touch-my-food:

Orange Chicken

do-not-touch-my-food:

Orange Chicken

(via themrcreepypasta)

Aug 13

Batkin buns

Not exactly a recipe, but the ask wasn’t open, so i suppose this is the best place to do this.

I like to take buns and hallow them out with a spoon or my fingers, and then fill it with pulled pork when I’m feeling batlike, but If my other kins are active I like to fill them with jam or other fillings (You can easily use a spoon to do this) and microwave them. 

Its a nice quick snack that fills me up, and helps with my kin feeling at the same time owo

Aug 11

lennydonttouchthat:

confectionerybliss:

Strawberry Chocolate Cheesecake Bars | A Spoonful Of Photography

*want*

lennydonttouchthat:

confectionerybliss:

Strawberry Chocolate Cheesecake Bars | A Spoonful Of Photography

*want*

(via teddybruisevelt)

Aug 08

magicinmyveinsx:

Autyum-Leaf Recipe. :)
Here’s a treat no kid will leaf behind. Made with store-bought piecrust dough, these leaves are filled with chocolate and peanut butter chips — but try jam and cream cheese, or chocolate chips, walnuts, and mini marshmallows, if you prefer.

Ingredients
1 egg
1 teaspoon of water
Prepared pie crust
Mini chocolate chips
Peanut butter chips
Raw sugar
Flour for work surface

Instructions

Heat the oven to 375°. Whisk one egg with a teaspoon of water and set it aside.


On a floured surface, roll out a prepared pie crust so it’s about 1/8-inch thick. Use a large leaf-shaped cookie cutter (ours is 4 1/2-inches wide) to make as many dough leaf pairs as possible.


For each pocket, spread about 4 teaspoons of mini chocolate chips and peanut butter chips on a leaf, leaving a 1/2-inch margin at the edge. Brush egg wash onto the edge, place a second leaf on top, and press the edges to seal.


Brush the top with egg wash and sprinkle it generously with raw sugar. Bake the leaves on a parchment-covered cookie sheet until their edges are just beginning to brown, about 12 minutes. Let them rest on the sheet a few minutes before moving them to a cooling rack.

magicinmyveinsx:

Autyum-Leaf Recipe. :)

Here’s a treat no kid will leaf behind. Made with store-bought piecrust dough, these leaves are filled with chocolate and peanut butter chips — but try jam and cream cheese, or chocolate chips, walnuts, and mini marshmallows, if you prefer.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Heat the oven to 375°. Whisk one egg with a teaspoon of water and set it aside.

  2. On a floured surface, roll out a prepared pie crust so it’s about 1/8-inch thick. Use a large leaf-shaped cookie cutter (ours is 4 1/2-inches wide) to make as many dough leaf pairs as possible.

  3. For each pocket, spread about 4 teaspoons of mini chocolate chips and peanut butter chips on a leaf, leaving a 1/2-inch margin at the edge. Brush egg wash onto the edge, place a second leaf on top, and press the edges to seal.

  4. Brush the top with egg wash and sprinkle it generously with raw sugar. Bake the leaves on a parchment-covered cookie sheet until their edges are just beginning to brown, about 12 minutes. Let them rest on the sheet a few minutes before moving them to a cooling rack.

(via kincrafts)

Aug 07

Anonymous said: I saw the anon ask about freezing grapes and would like to add that you can do the same thing with any sort of berry. I do it with blackberries,raspberries , and blueberries and it makes a fantastic snack in the middle of the night when the shadows are darkest ~ A food loving shadow

Aug 06

Anonymous said: Are you guys still there? I haven't seen anything from you in a while

Hi. It’s been maybe a week since we posted. 

We’re very definitely still here. We just have things to do.

-Wolf

Aug 01

Anonymous said: Hi, I'm cannibalkin, and I was wondering if there was anything humanish tasting? (I'm being serious, its really weird but its who I am)

Technically I’m not supposed to answer this, but I’ve got a soft spot for people-eating folks (a few of my closest friends are people-eating sort of fictives and I love them to bits).

So we do have a post about that here.

I often hear that pork tastes closest to human. And, having been near lots of pig roasts and the occasional person burning themselves, I can tell you they do smell similar. 

This is the only ask I’ll handle about this on Kinfood, but I can look for more on my kinblog (link in the FAQ) if you’re in need of more help.

EDIT: I’m told veal can taste very similar as well. (Thank you, anon)

EDIT2: (AKA I’m not posting any more asks about it)

 Apparently the best account of the taste, texture, and other properties of human flesh comes from a man named William Seabrook. If you look him up there are several articles that detail his descriptions. That might be useful to any kin who have cravings for human flesh at any point.

-Wolf

Jul 31

Anonymous said: Do you know of any other otherkin blogs that are active because this is the only one I can find

And then there’s a few scattered Kinfolk who run their own personal blogs and they can be a little difficult to find sometimes

My kinblog is here and I will keep is as safe of a place as possible for everyone 

-Wolf

Jul 29

Anonymous said: I'm a recovering alcoholic angelkin, & I struggled for a long time looking for something suitably ambrosia-like that wouldn't also get me drunk. Then I discovered kombucha (fermented tea). Most of it is hit and miss flavor-wise (YMMV), but SOMA Kombucha in St. John's, OR makes an amazing pomegranate-rose version that tastes so much like Home that I can barely stand to go a day without drinking one. (Google it, friends!)

First, I want to say how proud of you I am. It’s not easy to recover from addiction, and can be a hard choice to make. I am so, so glad you made the choice to get better. I’m very proud of you.

Second, thanks for the recommendation!