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Забавная ситуация: я не заходила  в тамблер около года, а подписчиков осталось то же число… Это некий маленький пример главной проблемы современности: люди перестают быть внимательны, когда дело доходит до интернета. 

Funny situation: i wasn;t here for 11 months, but nobody had unfollowed me. It’s just a little example of main 21th century: people is going to be innatentive when it comes to internet.

Так вот, я оставляю старый контент своего малопопулярного аккаунта: Ватски, Арктики, красивые вещи и прекрасная еда, но теперь, в побеге от молчания правды в интернете буду периодически писать всякий бред. Впрочем, всем пофиг.

So, I’m gonna post some usual stuff like Watsky. Arctic Monkeys, nice food and spotless pictures, but also I’m gonna tell you somethn. This is kind of runaway from lies… Who cares

watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
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watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
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watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
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watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
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watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
Zoom Info
watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
Zoom Info
watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
Zoom Info
watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
Zoom Info
watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!
Photos and Post by Ellie Stills
Zoom Info

watskyblog:

Some photos from Holmdel, NJ which was ONEOKROCK’s last day. We formed a super tight bond with these guys and are sad to see them go. As a tribute to them, the whole Watsky/Wax crew wore ONEOKROCK t shirts and we played a part of their song as a mash up in our set. Video of that coming soon… They will be missed on BeatPort!

Photos and Post by Ellie Stills

delishytown:

Zucchini Cheddar Calzones
Yumm! these home made calzones were delicious! I don’t often make pizza dough from scratch, but I’m trying to work on my bread techniques. You could make these with already prepared pizza dough from the store.
I used Swiss Chard and zucchini from our garden, along with cheddar cheese, parmesan and queso fresco. 
For the dough: Place one teaspoon sugar into a clean large bowl, add 1 cup very warm water to the bowl and stir, then sprinkle the packet of yeast in. Stir and let it sit for a few minutes. Season with a teaspoon of salt and a drizzle of olive oil. Mix in one cup of flour, stir, add another cup of flour, and stir until combined. I used Whole Wheat Pastry flour. Add another half cup of flour and stir by hand until combined. All in all, I used 2 1/2 cups flour to 1 cup of water.
On a well floured work surface, knead the dough, adding more flour as needed, until it’s no longer sticky. It should take five minutes of kneading. Place the dough ball in a bowl, drizzle it with olive oil, toss it around to coat all sides, then cover the bowl with a clean damp kitchen towel and set it in a warm spot to rise.
Meanwhile, make the sauce: In a skillet, saute 1 chopped shallot and 3 garlic cloves in olive oil. Season with salt & pepper. Once fragrant, add 1 can of whole peeled tomatoes, blended or chopped. Add pinch of dried basil, 1 tsp sugar and fresh chopped basil. Let simmer, thin with 1/4 c water if needed. Set asie the sauce to cool, hot sauce on the dough will make you calzones break apart in the oven.
Heat oven to 450 or 500
Chop any vegetables you want to stuff inside the calzone. I used chard and zucchini. 
Divide the dough into equal parts, I made 12 smallish calzones. Roll out the balls gently and stretch them into shape. Add some of the cooled sauce, some of the chopped veggies, and grated cheeses of your choice. Put the filling ingredients on half of your calzone crust, fold it over and twist the edges to seal. Make a slit in the top of the calzones with a knife. Bake for 15 minutes or so until bubbly and golden brown.
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delishytown:

Zucchini Cheddar Calzones
Yumm! these home made calzones were delicious! I don’t often make pizza dough from scratch, but I’m trying to work on my bread techniques. You could make these with already prepared pizza dough from the store.
I used Swiss Chard and zucchini from our garden, along with cheddar cheese, parmesan and queso fresco. 
For the dough: Place one teaspoon sugar into a clean large bowl, add 1 cup very warm water to the bowl and stir, then sprinkle the packet of yeast in. Stir and let it sit for a few minutes. Season with a teaspoon of salt and a drizzle of olive oil. Mix in one cup of flour, stir, add another cup of flour, and stir until combined. I used Whole Wheat Pastry flour. Add another half cup of flour and stir by hand until combined. All in all, I used 2 1/2 cups flour to 1 cup of water.
On a well floured work surface, knead the dough, adding more flour as needed, until it’s no longer sticky. It should take five minutes of kneading. Place the dough ball in a bowl, drizzle it with olive oil, toss it around to coat all sides, then cover the bowl with a clean damp kitchen towel and set it in a warm spot to rise.
Meanwhile, make the sauce: In a skillet, saute 1 chopped shallot and 3 garlic cloves in olive oil. Season with salt & pepper. Once fragrant, add 1 can of whole peeled tomatoes, blended or chopped. Add pinch of dried basil, 1 tsp sugar and fresh chopped basil. Let simmer, thin with 1/4 c water if needed. Set asie the sauce to cool, hot sauce on the dough will make you calzones break apart in the oven.
Heat oven to 450 or 500
Chop any vegetables you want to stuff inside the calzone. I used chard and zucchini. 
Divide the dough into equal parts, I made 12 smallish calzones. Roll out the balls gently and stretch them into shape. Add some of the cooled sauce, some of the chopped veggies, and grated cheeses of your choice. Put the filling ingredients on half of your calzone crust, fold it over and twist the edges to seal. Make a slit in the top of the calzones with a knife. Bake for 15 minutes or so until bubbly and golden brown.
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delishytown:

Zucchini Cheddar Calzones
Yumm! these home made calzones were delicious! I don’t often make pizza dough from scratch, but I’m trying to work on my bread techniques. You could make these with already prepared pizza dough from the store.
I used Swiss Chard and zucchini from our garden, along with cheddar cheese, parmesan and queso fresco. 
For the dough: Place one teaspoon sugar into a clean large bowl, add 1 cup very warm water to the bowl and stir, then sprinkle the packet of yeast in. Stir and let it sit for a few minutes. Season with a teaspoon of salt and a drizzle of olive oil. Mix in one cup of flour, stir, add another cup of flour, and stir until combined. I used Whole Wheat Pastry flour. Add another half cup of flour and stir by hand until combined. All in all, I used 2 1/2 cups flour to 1 cup of water.
On a well floured work surface, knead the dough, adding more flour as needed, until it’s no longer sticky. It should take five minutes of kneading. Place the dough ball in a bowl, drizzle it with olive oil, toss it around to coat all sides, then cover the bowl with a clean damp kitchen towel and set it in a warm spot to rise.
Meanwhile, make the sauce: In a skillet, saute 1 chopped shallot and 3 garlic cloves in olive oil. Season with salt & pepper. Once fragrant, add 1 can of whole peeled tomatoes, blended or chopped. Add pinch of dried basil, 1 tsp sugar and fresh chopped basil. Let simmer, thin with 1/4 c water if needed. Set asie the sauce to cool, hot sauce on the dough will make you calzones break apart in the oven.
Heat oven to 450 or 500
Chop any vegetables you want to stuff inside the calzone. I used chard and zucchini. 
Divide the dough into equal parts, I made 12 smallish calzones. Roll out the balls gently and stretch them into shape. Add some of the cooled sauce, some of the chopped veggies, and grated cheeses of your choice. Put the filling ingredients on half of your calzone crust, fold it over and twist the edges to seal. Make a slit in the top of the calzones with a knife. Bake for 15 minutes or so until bubbly and golden brown.
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delishytown:

Zucchini Cheddar Calzones

Yumm! these home made calzones were delicious! I don’t often make pizza dough from scratch, but I’m trying to work on my bread techniques. You could make these with already prepared pizza dough from the store.

I used Swiss Chard and zucchini from our garden, along with cheddar cheese, parmesan and queso fresco. 

For the dough: Place one teaspoon sugar into a clean large bowl, add 1 cup very warm water to the bowl and stir, then sprinkle the packet of yeast in. Stir and let it sit for a few minutes. Season with a teaspoon of salt and a drizzle of olive oil. Mix in one cup of flour, stir, add another cup of flour, and stir until combined. I used Whole Wheat Pastry flour. Add another half cup of flour and stir by hand until combined. All in all, I used 2 1/2 cups flour to 1 cup of water.

On a well floured work surface, knead the dough, adding more flour as needed, until it’s no longer sticky. It should take five minutes of kneading. Place the dough ball in a bowl, drizzle it with olive oil, toss it around to coat all sides, then cover the bowl with a clean damp kitchen towel and set it in a warm spot to rise.

Meanwhile, make the sauce: In a skillet, saute 1 chopped shallot and 3 garlic cloves in olive oil. Season with salt & pepper. Once fragrant, add 1 can of whole peeled tomatoes, blended or chopped. Add pinch of dried basil, 1 tsp sugar and fresh chopped basil. Let simmer, thin with 1/4 c water if needed. Set asie the sauce to cool, hot sauce on the dough will make you calzones break apart in the oven.

Heat oven to 450 or 500

Chop any vegetables you want to stuff inside the calzone. I used chard and zucchini.

Divide the dough into equal parts, I made 12 smallish calzones. Roll out the balls gently and stretch them into shape. Add some of the cooled sauce, some of the chopped veggies, and grated cheeses of your choice. Put the filling ingredients on half of your calzone crust, fold it over and twist the edges to seal. Make a slit in the top of the calzones with a knife. Bake for 15 minutes or so until bubbly and golden brown.

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