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Contest edition.

With everybody finally getting their damn vaccinations, and with the world slowly opening back up from the plague, it's time to start plotting for social diversion.

In effort to get them all rolling, I want you to post a picture of what you have planned for your next excursion.

Got new coord ready to go or in progress?

Planning for lawn games like graces or croquet?

Trying a new recipe to share with friends?

Practicing your fencing for a duel to the death with someone who called you ita?

Post it all here!

Rules are simple: simply post a picture of your new recipe/coord/tea set whatever with a timestamp, or post your favorite pictures of the last tea party or picnic you attended. Also be sure to send a copy to my email at screwloosecircus at gmail dot com. A winner will be selected on June 30th, and will win a new copy of Laura Martin's "A History of Tea" and some other posh goodies.

>> No.10629671

This is so nice. Cool initiative OP! (I'm not being naive and this is a real thing right?)

>> No.10629677

>everybody finally getting their damn vaccinations
>tfw you're in asia and your country still hasn't rolled out vaccinations properly

Also please don't namefag especially with such a cringey name.

>> No.10629679

>tfw you're in latin america and chaos is the new stability
I feel your pain

>> No.10629682

Found the tourist. Welcome newfag.

>> No.10629687

100% real. Feel free to dig through the archives for other contests I have held.

Oh anon, sweetie...

Everyone starts somewhere. They will learn eventually.

>> No.10629689

Seems kinda samefaggy.

>> No.10629694

Nah, I'm >>10629679 and >>10629671

>> No.10629700 [DELETED] 

gropey is still trash though.

>> No.10629703

Except not? Gropes is one of the only decent oldfags here.

>> No.10629706 [DELETED] 

Sure Jan. No one liked namefags even back in the day so don't try to feed me that bullshit.

>> No.10629708

At least they are doing something different instead of adding randons to the ita thread or posting "hot" takes kek

>> No.10629710

>Doesn't know Gropey or /cgl/board culture
You can be as wrong as you want as loud as you want but are still an obvious newfag.

>> No.10629726

omfg >>10629677 was already cringey enough, but >>10629706 just takes the newfaggery to a whole new level

I'm glad you've stuck around despite this happening every time you post, Gropey

>> No.10629733

There's only six posters in this thread. Smells like a circlejerk.

>> No.10629734

You don't have to participate, anon. It's ok.

Don't sweat it. Some people just like to make fools of themselves.

>> No.10629735

Check the IPs. The anticlown anon is posting the most.

>> No.10629766

You're right. I checked their IP. They're a jelly hater.

>> No.10629875

How do you even do that?

>> No.10629891

nayrt but search for "4chan tricks"

>> No.10629895

bless you, gropey.

>> No.10629902

burn the clown and his field of edible flowers

>> No.10629906

I am about to move, but once that is over this sounds fun. I'll try to put something together.

>> No.10629997 [DELETED] 

I've seen a handful of outdoor lolita meet vlogs and it makes me hella jealous for working a 9 to 5 and missing daylight in general

>> No.10630011

I don't have any pics, but I made seitan and I was thinking about trying to make some tasty things for vegans. For the next picnic, I was thinking of doing a sandwich station.

>> No.10630018

I highly recommend vegan cucumber or chickpea salad sandwiches with a lot of colorful veggies for ones that feel like tea sandwiches and will look nice and pretty when cut diagonal.

>> No.10630037

There's an add-on for Firefox and Chrome that you literally just download.

Honk honk

Make it happen! I'd love to see!

>> No.10630064

I love tea sandwiches, but they're so much last minute prep I think they're easier for smaller groups. I was thinking more like bringing proteins, toppings, and some spreads. That way, whatever your dietary needs or tastes, you can have something. Things like onion jam, roasted tomatoes, grilled chicken or pork, grilled veggies, etc.

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>There's an add-on for Firefox and Chrome that you literally just download.
I learned something today.

Pic isn't mine but fits the thread. Thanks Gropey.

>> No.10630704

They look delicious! What a cute idea :)

>> No.10630706

This is adorable and very portable if you were to close the envelope

>> No.10630728

that would just be a regular danish you fucking retard.

>> No.10630735

But with a cute heart. You would want the filling to not get all over the place if you were packing for a picnic.

>> No.10630738

It looks like a pie crust, not puff pastry. Would hardly call a hand/mini pie a danish. The point of the envelope is that it looks cutesy, and the main thing doing that is the heart cutout on it, not whether it's special or unique in any other way.

Take your unnecessary negativity elsewhere or share some fun recipes or other on topic stuff rather than whining.

>> No.10630746

it is pie crust, and it's really easy to make. i want to make some now!


>> No.10630760 [DELETED] 

the topic is retarded.

>> No.10630763

You're retarded for not hiding the thread.

>> No.10630772

As are you, new friend.

>> No.10630774

>his field of edible flowers
I typically wouldn't respond to souphitposts but I need some explantation of this.

>> No.10630778

probs has to do with tea (edible flowers, the op)

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Sounds like something a retard would say.

Post cakes.

>> No.10631085

This is such a cute idea! Do illustrations count? I've been meaning to make a washi tape themed around teas and tea sets, could send the layered PSD as proof that it's my art whenever I'm done with it.

>> No.10631086 [DELETED] 

fuck off

>> No.10631088

In my country the pandemic is virtually over. But there's no community to meet up with and I'm too old and busy to gather people.
Lonelita life

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I’m vaccinated and desperate to have a meetup. I haven’t had one since last April. My garden is doing great this year and I’d love to make some candied violets with what I’ve grown and make some fancy baked goods. Even if it’s just a handful of people, I want to chill with people in person again.

>Pic related, one of my violet beds plus some shit I might wear to a garden tea party if I ever get around to hosting one.

>> No.10631119

Beautiful flowers. Also love your necklace, where'd you buy it?

>> No.10631121

It’s from AatP. I bought it a while ago so I don’t think it’s in stock anymore, but they re-release similar necklace fairly often.

>> No.10631125

Thanks, I'll keep that one in mind when I try to make a fancy coord

>> No.10631150


>> No.10631155

Vegan carrot cake is super easy to make and might be a nice dessert. I can toss down a favored recipe if you want

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i'd like to see it if you have the time, anon.

I'm a lonelita, but this time of year i find myself wanting a com, just so i have throw a tea party.

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Really? I have always found tea sandwiches super easy to prep and portable for events. Cucumber, watercress, and chicken salad are my go-tos.

You're welcome, and those look DELIGHTFUL.

Why so hostile?

Looks like I missed some fun.

A while back, my backyard had a huge bloom of wild violets, and I made a bunch of syrup and candied flowers for work treats.


Sure, why not?

Which country, if I may ask?

I dig it.

Try looking up Georgian and regency societies. There is a lot of cross over, and if you have it ok'd first, most welcome the egl crowd in coord.

>> No.10631273

how can you eat tea sandwhiches after the moldy cream cheese story

>> No.10631292

>the moldy cream cheese story
I am afraid to ask but must know.

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In the lolita confession thread

>> No.10631397

if you can't see or taste a difference it's fine, i eat worse than that all the time
t. issues with "wasting" food

>> No.10631399

>Which country, if I may ask?
Romania lol

>> No.10631400

I wonder if we are in the same country. Basically no pandemic for me too and I’m also an old lonelita

>> No.10631401

Well, you tell me >>10631399

>> No.10631445

I'm also a lonelita but don't mind it. I like doing things on my own or with my (non-lolita) friends. A picnic with other lolitas sounds nice in theory but I'm too intimidated and anxious to ever show up to one. I plan on wearing nice coordinates and going on walks to the park myself instead, and maybe I will make a few small cakes and have my own tea party.

>> No.10631457

eating flowers are for vegans and witches. we burn vegans and witches around here

>> No.10631461

“I plan on wearing…” okay so you’re a lolita at heart then? Did you just get your first devilinspired dress?

>> No.10631510

Nope, maybe I just phrased that wrong. I mean I will just go on walks and stuff in lolita instead of events. I have been a lolita for 9 years, not that you care.

>> No.10631655

I use this recipe but add 1/2tsp extra of vanilla: https://lovingitvegan.com/vegan-carrot-cake-lemon-buttercream-frosting/
Scroll all the way down bc it’s one of the recipes where they write a shit ton about stuff no one reads. I haven’t tried their frosting though.

>> No.10631706

>I used to wear lolita. I still do, but I used to, too.

>> No.10631716

not either ayrt but the initial post never implied they didn't wear lolita, they said they do stuff in lolita with normie friends and then mentioned the summer activities they plan to do while wearing lolita.

>> No.10631793

It's a famous american stand-up joke, except the original is about weed. Only tangentially related to the tard who doesn't understand how verb tenses work. I plan on wearing underwear tomorrow, doesn't mean it's my first time.

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My bestie is vegan so when I last hosted a tea party I made these and they were a big hit with everyone. Does anyone have any other good tea party vegan recipes?

>> No.10632119

How would I make the stems here? I keep thinking it's celery.

>> No.10632121

Oooh those look great! Probably also good for summer rather than crackers since the cucumber would be cold and refreshing.

>> No.10632125

kiwi or melon probably_

>> No.10632127

If it's a Japanese cafe or recipe most likely melon based on the color and size of the pieces.

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I don't know if this will be helpful for anyone, but I am lactose intolerant and I miss having clotted cream for scones. I found a recipe for a nondairy version. I have not tried it yet but I will once I get my hands on some lecithin.

Might also be good for anyone who has comm members who don't or can't have dairy.

>> No.10635888

Vegan anon from a few posts up here, I’ve used strained coconut cream for our scones and it was a really good substitute. I’ll have to give this version a try too! Thanks for the recipe!

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Ah, is this you? If you're looking for vegan versions of foods, I'd really recommend https://thegentlechef.com/
He's got some recipes on his website, and I have bought a couple of his books as well. I find it worthwhile personally as he really does try to make foods as close to the non-vegan version as possible, rather than just approximating stuff with blended cashew nuts everywhere.

Personally for tea parties I like to make stuff like veggie sushi, which is relatively non-messy for people to eat, and which is served at room temperature so doesn't need to be kept hot for a long period of time. Charcuterie-style boards with crackers, crudites, houmous, tapenade, lots of olives and dried fruit, are also lovely. Platters of fresh berries and fruits are a nice break from the usual sweets and cakes (though if you want to make vegan sweets, most of the time you can substitute aquafaba for eggs, even in meringues and macarons)
If people want hot food, soups with bread are popular in my comm.

If anyone wants to go down a hell of a vegan baking rabbithole, macarons are fun but a real challenge: https://www.cookingoncaffeine.com/vegan-italian-macarons-aquafaba/

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