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Skyrim: How to make a sweet roll by Freelancerrook Skyrim: How to make a sweet roll by Freelancerrook

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This was inspired by Gaming Gourmet

This is how to Make the legendary sweet roll, by my Skyrim Character's sister: Fiora Tullius Buell, 'the cook'.
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66myth Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Adding this to my long list of things to make and do. 
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Freelancerrook Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Writer
Thank you :D

I might assemble a whole list of foods from all over Tamriel (Or just Skyrim, I haven't decided) kinda like Game of Thrones's A Feast of Ice and Fire so look out for that if you're interested :)
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66myth Featured By Owner 3 days ago
OHMAN
If you did that would be perfecto~
Be great to see that as a legit cookbook, made in such a way that it looks like a book from Skyrim!
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Freelancerrook Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Writer
My only problem is to make it look like a book from skyrim. My best chance is to open it up on my tablet and copy everything onto the mod "take notes" for skyrim and export that book into a pdf, then submit. Other than that I may have to scour the internet for an easier alternative, but I'm actually a little excited for this myself. I've got lavender dumplings, honey and blackbriar mead, Cyrodiilic wine and brandy, Solstheim noodles, and more :D
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66myth Featured By Owner 2 days ago
O_O
THIS SOUNDS DELISH
I neeedddd ittt
That could work. You also might be able to talk to someone who makes books by hand, gets some tips from them on making books look old/aged.
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Freelancerrook Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Student Writer
I'm still unsure if I want to make it just all of Skyrim or all of Tamriel. Like one idea I have is teaching the reader to make "Thalmor on a stick" which is a fried doughnut, the dough mixed with a yellow mixable substance to give it a yellowish look, then cook it in the shape of a person and run a skewer through. I also made some juniper mead on my own. Tough decisions but thank you for the support :D
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66myth Featured By Owner 6 hours ago
Well, whichever it is, it'll be delicious in the end! (The food, not the book.)

And you're welcome! 
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Silencelabyrinth Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014
Ok, this sounds too delicious not to try :3 Thank you!
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Freelancerrook Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Student Writer
If you go to high school/middle school, bring them in on a special time, it makes you a god among men. I did that the day before winter break and all I'd hear is people, "did you try his sweetrolls? They were awesome!" Feel free to be creative, though, I found out that creem cheese icing is much better and more cost effective than the icing labeled in the pdf. Enjoy :D
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sOocraTt Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013
that is soo awesome ! XD
I'll try it with my boyfriend.
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