Elwynn Forest Salad

I have been so so so...busy lately
that I haven't gotten round to doing
my dose of blogging to
you all.
Yes, definitely...shame on me!
But these past few months, I have conjured,
brewed & baked a lot
of new and tasty
foods, which I will try and slowly
show you have to cook it easily.
So, to get back into a nice evening simple light lunch or dinner,
or even starter!
How about an Elwynn Forest Salad.
Sounds good, doesn't it. And its so easy to make!
Elwynn Forest Salad
Serves 2
200g Greek Feta Cheese
Half a packet of Mixed Salad (I used an 120g of Watercress, Spinanch & Rocket Salad)
2 Tbsp Lemon Juice
6 Tbsp Olive Oil
2 hand fuls of Broken pieces of Walnuts
Pinch of Salt & Pepper
1. Put some walnut pieces in a pan and gently toast the nuts until its slightly toasted and you can smell the nutty favours.
2. Next cut the Feta cheese on a chopping board into small bite size chunks.


3. Put some salad into two serving bowls (Or a bowl of your choice) and once the walnuts are slightly roasted, put it to one side.
4. Put the Feta cheese into the bowls with the salad in and then put in the warm walnut pieces.

5. In a small bowl mix the lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper together & gently pour in each bowl some of the dressing. Mix well.

And there you go!
A light salad for a simple evening meal or lunch.


Midsummer Festival - June 21 (Tuesday) - July 5 (Tuesday)

I love the Midsummer Festival

There's so many side quests,
Yes, mostly repetitive each year
but still enjoyable to watch & see others
play with fire, dancing around the Ribbon Pole
& Bonfire Blessings around the world.

So today, I got myself something new...
something colourful & something watchable..

My Colour Select Breville Kettle.

I like watching the colours change from one colour to the next
what makes it so great is...

"Anyone fancy an cuppa??"

Because I certainly do!

Have an good evening folks.

World of Warcraft Login Screens?

Now, I have been playing WoW for 7 years
and this game was first released in Europe on
February 11, 2005.

(The longest game I've ever played on)

Wow, these years have gone fast!

And also, each expansion that we have had been through,
there's been various changes & updates.


I've been wondering lately
of all the login screens we have all seen over the years.
Which one has been your favourite??

This one? Mmm...I do love the dragon.

Or? Will this draw you in?

How about this one?? The Dark Portal to the Unknown, very luring.

Or Perhaps this one? This dragon will indulge you into your deepest desires...

Or maybe, the well guarded world of pandas will give you a touch of asian freshness??

So, what is your favourite login screens?

What has been your favourite WoW Login Screen?

Unfortunately, I can't seem to add the Original WoW Login Screen into my Poll.

So, if you love the vanilla one, hands up!!

Ravager Dog

Now, I didn't go & hunt for an dog.

I swear!

But what I did find is some nice big pieces of chicken breasts


made something tasty and looks abit like an weener? Thats an hotdog in American, right?

Anyways, today I'm going to show you how to make your very own Ravager Dog dish.

Trust me, its tasty.

Ravager Dog

Ingredients - Table for 2, Sir
  • 2 Big pieces of Chicken Breasts (You can go for organic, if you want)
  • 2 Tbsp of Dried Cranberries, chopped finely
  • 4 Slices of Prosciutto
  • 1 Small Red Onion, chopped finely (You get the gheest!)
  • 1 clove of Garlic, finely diced
  • 1/4 Tsp of Dried Thyme (Or Fresh, if you have any lurking around on your window sill)
  • Pinch of Salt
  • Bit of Pepper
  • Some Cling film
  • A Meat Basher
  • Ball of string


1. Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 6. Now this is the fun bit. Get some cling film and cover your chopping board with it, place one chicken breast on it & put another piece of cling film over the top. Using an Meat Basher! Gently, & I mean gently, bash the breast until its slightly flatten but not as thin as a pancake.

2. When your done on both pieces of the chicken breast, put that to one side. Next, over the stove, gently fry the red onions & garlic until lightly brown and softened. Put that aside to cool. Meanwhile, in each flatten chicken breast, divide the dried cranberries, salt, pepper, thyme & the red onion mix in the middle of each breast.

3. Now this is the tricky part because it can get messy, yikes! Wrap the cling film around the breast & rolling it into an swiss roll way, making it into an sausage shape. It should look like this:

4. Now gently unwrap the clingfilm off the meat, and place the meat aside. Using another piece of clean clingfilm, lay it on the chopping board and place 2 slices of Prosciutto for each breast on top of it. Get your chicken & using the same method above, roll the Prosciuto around the meat until it resembles the above.

(Don't worry if it abit loose, our handy string is here to play!)

5. Cut some pieces of string, I did 3 long pieces of each breast. Tie the chicken up, as above, so one on the left, one in the middle & one of the right. Tie a neat knot at the top and cut any left over string off.

Note: The string is used to keep the chicken together whilst cooking, because it falls apart during cooking.

6. Put this in the preheated oven for 25 mins, until you can see the Prosciuto going golden brown. Take the string off and cut the meat into thick slices.

6. Serve with some chips & salad for an lavishing Ravager Dog meal.

Hope you enjoy it.

Btw, if you want a bit of gravy on it, go ahead and have one.

Tigule and Foror's ....Pomegranate Ice Cream

Now you must be either thinking

I'm totally crazy or just plain stupid
to even consider making an icecream

Yes & No..really.

One, it certainly wouldn't be the first thing I would of thought about in an icecream


secondly, out of all the fruits available to me in my local supermarket,
I bring back home, a rock hard reddish looking fruit called an

So, I searched long and hard on the internet
to find out exactly how to cut open
this fruit and how to make it into an juice.

Now I stumbled...and I mean stumbled across this


the funny thing was, the explanations on how to make life
easier of cutting open this un-usual fruit
was so 'easy'.

Or, I could of gone down the Jamie Oliver route & got out my wooden spoon and smacked the hell out of it until it exploded everywhere...which probably wouldn't had been an good idea, seeing as I do have slightly pinkiest wall, I don't think adding to my walls would of enhanced my room.

Anyhow, I ended up making up ice cream for the first time in my life
& probably the most easiest way of making ice cream in such a short amount of time. (Excluding freezing time)

By the way, you can buy this item for 5sfrom:
And during Children's Week from:
And during Hallow's End from:
Tigule and Foror's ....Pomegranate Ice Cream

  • 2 large Pomegranates
  • 500ml double cream
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 175g icing sugar


1. Firstly begin with the pomegranates and turn the fruits into juice. (Have a look at how to seed a pomegranate for a step by step guide).

2. (Look at my piths of my pomegranate!) Time to say Bye Bye and Hi to Juice!

3. Add the lime juice, icing sugar and double cream and whisk until soft peaks form. In which over a short period of time, your liquid mixture will become a lovely pale cream colour. (Now you can either whisk by hand, like I had done & be an noob, which took me ages & ages, or you could use an electric whisk & get the job done quicker!)

4.  Pour the ice cream into the airtight container of your choice & freeze it for about 4 hours or overnight. (I had left mine overnight)

5. Next day.... you have ice cream! Whoop! All you need now is this and wow. What a perfect way to end an raid...or day.

Would you still buy it from
Tigule and Foror for 5 silver,
knowing that this was so easy to make??

Tender Baked Turtle...(Or What to do with Left over Chilli Con Carne)...

I always wondered what to do with leftovers.

I always do it


I always will.

However, when one night I had left over Chilli Con Carne, I really did not know what to do with it. Especially as I only had no bread in the house to mop it up with and an empty pot of rice.

Though what I did find in my cupboard was Conchiglioni. Now, you might be wondering what this is... Well I can tell you they are large pasta shells...

Now you can buy these in any supermarkets


I got mine from ASDA.

What I am going to make is Tender Baked Turtle...s. Everytime I look at these pastas they remind me of emptied homed little turtle backs.

Anyways, this is what I did to make any leftovers a lovely delicious next day's dinner treat.

Tender Baked Turtle


  • 350g Conchiglioni Pasta
  • Left over Chilli Con Carne (Now remember to adjust amount of pasta, depending of how much left of Con carne)
  • Grated Mature Cheese (You can use any type of cheese, I just used what ever I had in my fridge)
1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Meanwhile cook the pasta in a large pan for 20 mins in a medium high heat. This type of pasta takes longer to boil compared to other types of pasta.

2. Now cook your left over chilli con carne on medium heat until gently bubbling. If it lacks sauce, pour a bit of hot water, a little at a time, to increase the sauce amount.

3. Now pour away the water from the cooked pasta and place the pasta into a large baking tin. Gently pour the chilli on carne over the pasta shells, till they are all fully covered.

4. Add the grated cheese over the pasta. Now I only like a sprinkling of cheese over my meals, but you can adjust to your preference, so if you like lots of cheese add more, if you don't, add less.

5. Cook the pasta in the oven for 10 - 15 mins, until the cheese has melted. And hey presto! Dinner is served.

Serve with a side salad for an nice simple dinner.


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