Amaretto = Almond extract
Beer or Ale = For light beers, substitute chicken broth, ginger ale or white grape juice. For heavier beers, use a stronger beef, chicken or mushroom broth or stock. Non-alcoholic beers may also be substituted.
Brandy =If a particular flavor is specified, use the corresponding fruit juice, such as apple, apricot, cherry etc. or grape juice. Corresponding flavored extracts can be used for small amounts.
Calvados = Apple juice concentrate or juice
Chambord = Raspberry juice, syrup or extract.
Champagne = Sparking white grape juice, ginger ale.
Claret = diluted currant or grape juice, cherry cider syrup
Cognac = Peach, apricot or pear juice
Cointreau = Orange juice concentrate or regular orange juice that has been reduced to a thicker consistency.
Curacao = Orange juice frozen concentrate or reduced fresh orange juice
Creme de menthe - Mix spearmint extract or oil with a little water or grapefruit juice. Use a drop of food coloring if you need the green color. There’s also such thing as ‘menthe extract oil’
Framboise = Raspberry juice or syrup
Frangelico = Hazelnut or almond extract
Galliano = Licorice extract
Grand Marnier = Orange juice frozen concentrate or reduced fresh orange juice.
Grappa = Grape juice
Grenadine = Pomegranate syrup or juice
Hard Cider = Apple cider or juice
Kahlua = Strong coffee or espresso with a touch of cocoa powder
Kirsch (Kirschwasser) = Black cherry, raspberry, boysenberry, currant or grape juice or syrup, or cherry cider.
Red Burgundy = red wine vinegar, grape juice
Red wine = beef or chicken broth or stock, diluted red wine vinegar, red grape juice diluted with red wine vinegar or rice vinegar, tomato juice, liquid from canned mushrooms or plain water (depending on what sounds best with the recipe)
Rum = for light rum use pineapple juice flavored with almond extract. For dark rum, use molasses thinned with pineapple juice and flavored with almond extract. Or use rum extract flavoring
Sake = Rice vinegar
Schnapps = Use corresponding flavored extract such as peppermint, peach, etc.
Sherry = Orange or pineapple juice
Southern Comfort = Peach nectar mixed with a little cider vinegar
Tequila = Cactus nectar or juice
Triple Sec = Orange juice concentrate or reduced fresh orange juice
Vermouth = For sweet, use apple or grape juice or balsamic vinegar. For dry, use non-alcoholic white wine, white grape juice or white wine vinegar
Vodka = You don’t drink vodka for the taste, you drink it for the alcohol. Leave it out or substitute water. If it’s a flavored vodka, go with that type of juice.
White Burgundy =white grape juice diluted with white wine vinegar.
*kisses screen* and good night.
If she’s “too young” for her to be wearing “shorts that short”, she’s also too young for you to be sexualizing her body for wearing them.
Someone finally fucking said it
JEAN THAT WASN’T EVEN SMOOTH I DOn’T KNOW WHTA THAT WAS JFC
hello does my 2am inconsistent art seduce you
Sherlock: I know! They are usually so-
Sherlock: Wait, did you hear that?
Doctor Who: ...yeah...it sounds like-
Supernatural: *kicks down door*
Supernatural: FCUKING HOLD ME
Have you guys seen this?
Because it’s easily favorite snk video of all time..
Me: *blushes* JeanMarco
Girl and her dragon growing up and growing old together and stuff. ( I picture dragons having very long lives so it would suck making human friends OTL ) It started as just the first pic but then I wanted to draw the dragon after it hatched and then it just continued from then on…
I am sure its by no means an original concept so I’m gonna add mine to the pile of mythical creature friendships :)
I’m having a horrible artblock so I’m just finishing up doodles I did at work over 4-5 months ago or something OTL