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from Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

A Pretty Vintage English Country Garden Wedding

Pairing rustic and vintage is so popular right now. Creating areas of interest at your wedding is important for a unique design. Instead of just a wooden sign, create a design focal point by decorating around it. Check out my wedding designs online at

from Onion Rings & Things

Chicken Soft Tacos with Secret Sauce

Chicken Soft Tacos with Secret Sauce are made what's for dinner! With flavorful chicken morsels, taco fixings wrapped in soft tortillas and drizzled with a dreamy Del Taco-inspired sauce, they are quick and easy to make yet packs big, bold flavors

Whether you're vegan, veggie or simply curious, there's plenty of hearty, comforting vegan dinners from pizza to tacos, to inspire you every night of the week.


Del Taco copycat white sauce 1/2 cup mayo (Best Foods recommended) 2 Tbsp whole milk (do not use low fat or nonfat) 2 tsp lime juice Combine, refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving


Vegan Veggie & Black Bean Enchiladas

Easy Vegan Enchiladas | Vegan Recipes from Cassie Howard

from RecipeTin Eats

Sweet and Sour Chicken Stir Fry

One Pot Chicken Enchilada Rice Casserole - the flavours of chicken enchilada, in a rice casserole, all made in ONE POT on the stove!

from BuzzFeed

19 Times Art History Reactions Were Too Funny

jajaja this shit made laugh harder than it should xDD

from Happily Unprocessed

Vegan Spinach, Mushroom & Caramelized Onion Quesadillas

Recipe for Vegan plant-based quesadillas with caramelized onions, mushrooms and spinach kept together with refried beans in a whole wheat tortilla !

from Naturally Ella

Garlicky Halloumi Tacos

A bean-less vegetarian taco, these halloumi tacos come together in less than 20 minutes and can be a great base for other vegetable tacos.

from BuzzFeed

27 Times Tumblr Used Art History Perfectly To Make A Point

Art Historians Explain Why A Medieval Man Is Getting Rolled Into A Joint, Among Other ThingsOnce upon a time in the Middle Ages, some artist spent a surprising amount of time painting a face on the butt of a horse. Fast forward to 2015, and social media users centuries later are gleefully adding modern captions to the medieval handiwork for their Tumblr and Twitter audiences. Because lol!And yet these illustrations would surprise no expert historian. Books were intentionally filled with this kind of strange artwork, and took a long time to make, even as a team effort by skilled artisans concentrated in cities like Paris. A book didn’t used to be a thing you could buy as a joke at an Urban Outfitters store – mainly just the rich and leaders of the church could afford to own books. Their pages were made from vellum or parchment – animal skin soaked in lime water, scraped and stretched thin, then cut into groups of pages. Pages were ruled to ensure text was handwritten in straight, even lines. And unlike the doodles in the margins of your geometry notebook, the manuscript’s illustrations, called “illuminations,” were first outlined onto the pages, then filled in carefully with vegetable dyes and often gold leaf.The end product, though, was sometimes bizarrely hilarious. Since we’re all about the pursuit of knowledge and understanding of art, The Huffington Post asked a couple experts what’s going on in some of the Internet’s favorite medieval manuscripts.