Did you know that in the future, when we have finally conquered space travel, we will still be making breakfast the old way like a bunch of nincompoops? I uncovered this important information while on a mission to spread the plague cure around the slums of Omega in Mass Effect 2.
Important things to do? Nah. I need to check out how we’ll do breakfast in the future.
According to my research, we’ll still be using some kind of space age Mr. Coffee. No evidence, however, about whether or not we would be using cone or basket brewing in the future was uncovered. I searched in vain for coffee filters, and came up empty-handed. It should be noted that there was a surprising lack of French presses. However, as you may notice in the image above that I snapped on my cellular telephone device from 2013, the griddle pans hanging on the wall. Pancakes, anyone? How ’bout I go cure the plague and then I’ll whip up some French toast for all those Vorcha?
I think I just brought peace to Omega.
Here’s how I made a unique cocktail fit for a true Dovahkiin. Warning: it’s preeeetty potent.
[Ed.: I served as a taste tester for this potion, and can assure you that it is incredibly delicious and also knock-you-on-your-ass level alcoholic. To your good health!]
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I’ve been wanting to contribute to Gamervescent without having to write much. I just suck at writing, and I don’t enjoy it much. So I thought, “I can make some game-related food items and take lots of pictures!” Why yes, having pictures will save me from the agony of actually having to write.
After spending about five minutes to think hard, I decided to commence my first video game food post with rupees from the Legend of Zelda series. I thought it was going to be easy-peasy, given the fairly simple shape. Well, it was NOT. I probably would never make these again, but I’m going to share how I made them for those of you who are just curious or brave enough to try for yourself.
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