Baking a Dungeons and Dragons themed cake for my best friend’s birthday party on Friday. It’s a vanilla pound cake with a giant edible D20 shaped cake on top of it (all hand made by me).
I like to think of my followers like we’re all sitting at a really long table and I’m at the head and whenever I get a new follower they receive a cup of tea and maybe a biscuit to dunk in it and they sit down and we all have a really great time.
It’s 6 am and I haven’t slept.
I don’t have a hipster blog just because I post pictures of tea and baked goods, okay. Being a hipster has to do with intentional irony and fetishizing of certain aspects of culture. I just really fucking like tea, okay? I just really fucking like tea, and I find that browsing pictures of tea is really fucking soothing, and looking at pictures of baked goods inspires me to bake new, exciting, delicious things, because, oh hey, I’m a baker. If you’re a hipster and you reblog stuff from my blog, or if you’re a hipster and I reblog stuff from you, that is totally cool, everybody is into what they’re into and I’m all for that! Go you, liking what you like!
I just totally unironically and uncomplicatedly adore tea, okay. I just do. I don’t run a hipster blog. I run a fandom blog. It’s just that I’m a fan of tea.
Not going to lie, that looks delicious.
It is, I used that recipe last November because I didn’t want to completely waste my pumpkin. Couldn’t find any chai tea powder though (I live in Ireland) so I just made a chai drizzle for it instead :)