Spicy Quinoa, Black Bean And Asparagus Bowl
Spicy Quinoa, Black Bean And Asparagus Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
7th & Mateo St
November 15, 2013
Who says you need to order carry out for fried rice?
- 1/2 Cup brown whole grain rice
- Onion, Diced
- Carrots, Diced
- 1 Egg
- Olive Oil
- Soy Sauce
- Steam Rice for 45 min, add a little bit of vinegar with the water to make sticky
- Dice veggies, throw into pan with oil
- Throw on rice and cake down
- Cook for 4-5 min on medium-high heat
- Flip/Mix Rice
- Cook for another 4-5 min
- Move the rice over for the scrambled egg, dice and mix as the egg cooks
- Throw on soy sauce, let simmer for ~30-45 seconds
- Eat :3
LET ME TELL YOU A THING IM THE BEST AT FRIED RICE! IM THE MOTHERFUCKING KING OF FRIED RICE!
pst this is it this is how I make fried rice. Except I use oyster sauce. yum yum.
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Coconut oil is the only thing I use for literally everything. Great post to bookmark for future reference!
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In the final weeks of the submission period for the Lambda Literary Awards, it looks like again this year, there will be just one transgender category (“Transgender Literature”) instead of 2 (fiction and non-fiction). This is because if one of the 2 categories receives fewer than 10 entries, the Lambda folks will collapse them into a single category and a single prize.
This turn of events is disappointing because for the last three years there were two categories and it looked like this category was expanding in exciting ways. My hope is that in the near future they will see fit to add a “trans poetry” category as well.
If you’re an author who has published a book in 2013 that might fit into the transgender fiction category, you have until December 1 to submit! In the past, entries in this field have been novels, books of short stories, poetry, graphic novels/comic books, young adult books and children’s books—it’s a very flexible category, and it is up to the submitter to “opt-in” to it.
I suspect that there are lots more trans books out there that should be submitted to the Lambdas, but perhaps folks don’t know about the award, or don’t think they qualify. Help us get the word out so we can maintain this category and continue the conversation about transgender literature!
If the category exists, five titles will be chosen as finalists. Even being a Lambda Literary Award finalist is a huge opportunity for your book. You’ll be invited to participate in the finalist readings all over the US this spring, and your book will get exposure to audiences that might never have heard about it otherwise. As of last year, each finalist is also given one free ticket to the Lambda Literary Awards in June in NYC, which by itself is a $100 value. Authors submitting to this category this year will have a very good chance at being a finalist.
Here are the complete submission guidelines: http://www.lambdaliterary.org/2013-award-guidelines/ (opens in new window)
Keep in mind:
- self-published books are eligible
- the author can be trans OR not trans
- the book has to have been published on paper (ebooks alone are not eligible) in the US and in English during the 2013 calendar year
- each submission requires 5 copies of the book and a $40 fee (this should not be the reason you don’t submit—write us or reblog if that’s the case!)
Even if your book isn’t in the transgender fiction category, make sure it gets submitted to the Lambda Literary Awards!
There are many options available for undocumented students to pay for and attend college.
this website is a compilation of some undocu-friendly scholarships. please help spread the word!
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Founder of a free school for slum children Rajesh Kumar Sharma, second from right, and Laxmi Chandra, right, write on black boards, painted on a building wall, at a free school run under a metro bridge in New Delhi, India. At least 30 children living in the nearby slums have been receiving free education from this school for the last three years.