Meatloaf Cupcakes

Mix together one pound of ground beef or turkey with a handful of sweet onions, chopped arugula, ghost pepper hot sauce and minced garlic. I added a little seasoning salt, ground pepper, oregano and fresh chopped basil. Before squishing this cluster together, make sure to add a binding agent. I used crushed butter crackers and 2 eggs. 
In your cupcake pan, spray it down with some Pam to reduce the stickiness. Then put a thin layer of brown sugar to cover the complete bottom of each cup and drizzle ketchup over the brown sugar. Don’t overdo it since it is just acting as a glaze. 
Scoop out your meatloaf mixture into each cup making sure it is compact and sticking together. Place in your 450 degree preheated oven for 20 minutes. 
Let them cool for a couple minutes, then line the edges with a butter knife to loosen the cakes out. Place a cookie tray down and flip your cupcakes upside down onto it so you see the glaze on top. 
Enjoy your meatcakes!

Meatloaf Cupcakes

Mix together one pound of ground beef or turkey with a handful of sweet onions, chopped arugula, ghost pepper hot sauce and minced garlic. I added a little seasoning salt, ground pepper, oregano and fresh chopped basil. Before squishing this cluster together, make sure to add a binding agent. I used crushed butter crackers and 2 eggs.
In your cupcake pan, spray it down with some Pam to reduce the stickiness. Then put a thin layer of brown sugar to cover the complete bottom of each cup and drizzle ketchup over the brown sugar. Don’t overdo it since it is just acting as a glaze.
Scoop out your meatloaf mixture into each cup making sure it is compact and sticking together. Place in your 450 degree preheated oven for 20 minutes.
Let them cool for a couple minutes, then line the edges with a butter knife to loosen the cakes out. Place a cookie tray down and flip your cupcakes upside down onto it so you see the glaze on top.
Enjoy your meatcakes!

commonladybug:

The face I make when I’ve had too many or I’m searching for kisses.. or both.

Lil me

commonladybug:

The face I make when I’ve had too many or I’m searching for kisses.. or both.

Lil me

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Comfort food Friday

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ladynope: brain-food:

Return to Sender is a funny photo series by photographer Tommy Kha that takes a unique approach to self-portraiture. Rather than taking a straight-forward image of himself, the Memphis-based photographer presents himself engaged in a one-sided kiss with dozens of strangers in various locales. Funny enough, it’s the other person in each shot that is fully committed to the smooch as Kha stands motionless.

When approaching strangers to be his potential partner, Kha simply has one direction for them: “They can kiss me however they want but they have to kiss me on the lips.” No matter how they choose to go about it, Kha’s reaction is consistent. The stoic photographer’s unresponsive facial expression and body language stands out in each shot, making for a hilariously awkward collection of photos.

Shot after shot, he continues to lock lips with passionate partners, yet he impressively displays no sign of pleasure, disgust, or any other possible reaction. Instead, he opts to remain unaffected by their advances, even if they choose to carry him in their arms or dip him as a romantic gesture. via [Beautiful Decay]

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grasstafarian:

Best ten seconds of your life.

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Weapon of the year

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