|My Maine Coon cat Ginger, ready to descend into the Netherworld.|
Shirley Rpousseau Murphy: From her Novel "Catswold Portal".
Very fine grained sugar for dressing: NOT castor sugar.
Knead one half of the ingredients to form a dough roll.
Then add chocolate powder to the second half and also form a roll.
Store both rolls in the refrigerator for 1 hour. (NOT the freezer).
Then roll dough on a wooden baking board to form a thin plate (3-4 mm).
(First dust it with a bit of flour to prevent sticking).
Cut cookies with christmas themed cookie cutters.
Bake at 160° with hot air mode of your stove for 12 min.
They should turn only lightly brown.
Dress by turning the hot cookies in fine sugar mixed with vanilla sugar.
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Scientist by profession: Physics, Math, Chemistry |
Interests: History, Psychology, Astronomy, Hermeticism (Astrology, Kabbala, Alchemy).
I like to create fractals with a realistic looking surface, something you actually would try to touch.
Also to give them a 3d appearance, without using 3D software, like Mandelbulb 3D. Added a few 3d Mandelbulbs lately, though, just to get the feel.
View of my fractals is better at full w/h because many of my works have intricate details, which may look awkward in thumbnail mode.
I like to create a Fan Wallpaper or two sometimes, mostly NCIS: Gibbs, Abby, Tony … some Gabby and Tiva. Also Stargate SG-1, my all time favourite ,and a bit of Dexter. Often to do them in Crossover story or Seasonal context … adds a bit of fun. They are like the graphical equivalent of fan fiction stories and my version of Seasons Greetings to the community.
I'd like the idea, authors from fan fic communities may feel inspired to write a story around such a crossover piece.