In this new segment of the Tribune, I will be sharing some of my favorite signatures made this month by the lovely Request Shop Row artists! Thank you artists for putting so much work and effort into making beautiful sets for our members. While each set is special and beautiful, these were some of the signatures that stood out this month. (Thanks Elizabeth16 for the lovely idea)
Created by Hayabusa of Hayabusa Graphics
Created by Elizabeth16 of ~Eli's Little Request Shop~
Created by Bia of Halycon Bliss ~ Blue's Shoppe
This Issue's Featured Request Shop
Craze's Graphics Shop .: Castle Oblivion :.
- this Kingdom Hearts fanatic does wonderful graphics, so why not go and put in a request today!? Check out some of his work, below:
I have a thing for pictures (And great fetish for cameras.... but we'll talk about it some other time... >.>").
Anyway, nothing can make me freeze and stare better than a
hot sexy flesh
beautifully taken snap.
So for this issue I'll talk about the amazing gallery of Naraness
which is called My Backyard
You'll only need to take few minutes to realize why I am so inspired and awe stricken with her talent.
Allow me to gather some of her works I adore the best, but you should totally head for her thread next and bug her to take some more pictures.
You're in for a delicious treat, dear readers; we have a brand new section, brought to you by the newest addition to our reporter team -
Cooking with Raindrop
, previously known as Gin
, I know I am too immature for you lot to believe it.
Gaming, Psychology and this, Cooking.
Been a member for a few years now and never really contributed with much else than controversial and flaming discussions on sensitive subjects on RPA. I was finally convinced by one of them Admins to participate in something a little more creative, like this, an cooking article for RPA.
I might not be the best of chefs, well I know I alright, but I hope my creative will boost you folks along a bit with that home cooking.
Now this is my first month and well this is a fresh intro so I'll be handing out a recipe added in one of my cooking threads quite some time ago. You will have to excuse my "laziness" but I guess that is how it goes, THIS MONTH, next time I promise you something a bit MORE.
Tomato and Mozzarella.
First off, it can be as Starter or just because you felt like it, either way it is easy and awesome.
Mozzarella Cheese 200g
Olive Oil (Preferably)
First off what you want to do is to have your groceries ready for use.
Others things you will need is:
Small gratin dish
Hand Blender/Blender* (Not necessary, so if you don't got one, you CAN use the knife if you are skilled enough or just exchange the fresh Basilica for some dried basilica and skip the last step before the oven).
Start your oven at 200 degrees Celsius (that is 392 degrees Fahrenheit).
So, what you do is to split the tomatoes in two, cut out the green tips of them and preferable cut of some tomato skin from each half's own bottom to make a so called "foot" or flat surface for it to stand more stably upon. Slice the mozzarella and place them on the tomato halves, if there is any left over of the mozzarella, eat it directly OR place it in between the tomato halves.
Take the olive oil and sprinkle some at the bottom of the small gratin dish, just a bit so to not have the tomatoes stick onto the form.
Now if you have a blender, put in about 1-2 dl olive oil in it, and about a few/couple of sprigs of basil and blend it till it makes a fine smooth dressing, salt and pepper after taste but not TOO much for that could throw of the taste from the tomato and mozzarella.
(If you didn't have a blender of sorts, just finely chop/mince the fresh basilica by with a knife OR sprinkle the oil at the tomato and mozzarella and sprinkle a bit of dried basilica on it as touch)
At last if you did the blender thing, pour it evenly and gently onto the tomato and mozzarella and sprinkle some flake salt.
Put it in the oven for about 15 minutes or so (keep a check on it as ovens so differ from one and each other).
When the cheese has melted and it looks done (because it will) take it out, let it cool of a bit as the tomato can be very hot for a while and serve after a couple of minutes, (like 2-5 minutes that is, I really hate burning my tongue on good food as it takes away to good taste.) xD
Anyway, that is for starters and I hope you enjoy this easy recipe.
Have a pleasant time with friends, drink and enjoy your food and I shall post more whenever I can and feel like it.
The Puzzle Page
This week I've cooked up something a little special for you all, something I hope will
a) provide you with lots of fun and entertainment and
b) not give you any ideas.
SO without further ado, step on up and see if you can Hack the Admin!
The first three members to successfully solve the puzzle will recieve some shiny new rep! Just take a screenshot of the winning screen and send it to G
Congratulations to last editions puzzle winners,
Sinderella & Soul Reaper!
Congratulations guys, your rep is on its way!
And that brings us to the end of this issue. Hope you enjoyed it! And please feel free to comment below, we love feedback!! See you next month, beloved readers <3