tilybeanz

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  1. 1 1/2 cups almost hot water 1 tablespoon sugar 2 teaspoons salt 1 package active yeast ~4 1/2 cups flour 2oz melted butter (half a stick) 2/3 cup baking soda 1 egg yolk, beaten with 2 tablespoons water in a large bowl, combine sugar, water, salt and yeast. let it sit until frothy, about 5 minutes or so add the butter and flour and mix well to form a soft dough. knead it by hand for about 5 mins put into a greased bowl, then turn so greased side is up, cover with a cloth and sit in a warm place until doubled, about one hour fill a [pot with water and add the baking soda, turn on high to get it boiling (when it boils, the bubbles will be tiny, not big bubbles like a typical rolling boil) put dough onto a lightly floured surface and cut into 6-8 pieces. roll the sections out by hand into "ropes" about 24 inches long. twist into a pretzel shape, and wet the ends a bit so the dough sticks to itself ;line a baking sheet with parchment or a silpat and then (using a large spatula or fryer scoop) gently lower the pretzels into the water one a a time (30-45 seconds - if they sunk, they should be floating by now) this helps with that classic "shiny" skin place on the parchment paper and brush with the egg mixture, sprinkle salt if desired bake at 450 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown
  2. I like it =) You managed to put in a massive amount of storage without making it feel really too cluttered. Some of the containers are by default open, but that is an easy fix. The huge set of nightstands, arranged in a circular manner was very impressive, it made me go "oooh!" and call my husband over, hehe. The thing I am most in love with is the circular tables embedded in the support posts. It just looks so natural, like it really should be there. I LOVE it!!! You did a great job. Congrats on your first house!!
  3. OK. I have found something to use that works for now. using self.SetOpen(false) Still figuring out a way to auto-turn the lights off, but for now, leaving them on works =)
  4. Hiya! So, I don't necessarily want to now exactly how to type my up script, but I would like a pointer in the right direction. I have an activator that uses the dwemer door nif file. It is linked to a chest, and when I click it, the door opens, the window for the chest comes up, and that all looks cool. However, when I CLOSE the chest, the doors still stay open. How would I go about setting it to wait, maybe 2 or 3 seconds, and then do the close animation? It might also help to know that attached to the activator is a script that turns lights on/off. So it would need to disable the lights when the door closed (you guessed it, it's a fridge door) If I use a chest when the door nif, of course it works great, but I want to link multiple doors to a single chest, and have them all animate =/ Is this even possible?
  5. omg. I need this.
  6. From the album StoneHall

    Light Armor section, with display & misc armor bag (for random armor pieces given by mods)
  7. From the album StoneHall

    heavy armor enchanted/unenchanted with a display & misc armor bag (for random armor pieces given by mods)
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    Cloth armor (robes, merchant wear, etc), enchanted and unenchanted sides, with a display mannequin & misc armor bag (for random armor pieces given by mods)
  9. From the album StoneHall

    unenchanted armor "rack" for cloth armor - light/heavy will have shields above, in the center. knapsack is for misc armor from other mods
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    weapon hooks?
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    non-enchanted Weapons rack. Tried to make it look the same, but with different weapons, AND the weapons do not have the enchanted glow effects
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    enchanted weapons rack
  13. From the album StoneHall

    snazzy weapons storage rack (each weapon will be a "container" to store that type of weapon)
  14. would you ever considering doing jars with "new" ingredients added from other mods? with their permission, of course?
  15. DarkRider, I love your Celtic Decor resource, thank you for making it!