I mentioned my lifelong quest to recapture the breadsticks of my youth in a twitter thread the other day. I had several requests for the recipe, so I'm dusting off the old blog (uh, we may need to update some things...) to post it.
I was having a philosophical discussion with my personal trainer (I was doing situps or something equally awful) about what kind of cookies I should make for the holidays. We discussed various things I’ve made in the past and recipes I’ve adapted and made as cupcakes. She said I should try making something with an alcohol based frosting. We discussed several different cocktails that could be made into cookies (while I was doing burpees probably). I don’t remember which of us settled on it first, but the end outcome was something with bourbon and ginger.
I decided to start posting after action reports from Warhammer 40K battles on this blog so I can do at least something with it.
I've been playing a semi-regular game against a one of my coworkers for a few months. We're both new to the hobby and learning a lot of the finer points, so it's good experience for us both. I'm running a vanilla space marine army and she plays Dark Eldar. We play at a local game shop (Guardian Games) that has a great back room with high tables, a lot of terrain pieces, and beer.
After exchanging lists and quick Q&A we rolled for mission, we got "The Relic" mission and setup the field. There are a ton of terrain pieces available at Guardian, and we've been experimenting with different sizes and makeups to make the battle interesting. When we rolled the relic, we decided to use a huge ruined temple piece at the center of which we would set the relic. The terrain object is about 2'x3' and presented us with a fun set of challenges we hadn't dealt with before. We ended up having a set of assaults that went from round 1 through the end of the game right around the relic itself.
Recently I've been doing a lot of little sewing, including altering some shirts and making these arm warmers from some old socks that no longer go over my gargantuan runner's calves. Here's the tutorial I used, and here's the end result: