Food for Every Soul

Hello Helpers! Welcome back to another edition of Food for Every Soul by myself, Mayathefirst! In this series I interview people from the Help Force about their favorite and famous recipes. For this post, I decided to interview the scary, extravagant, hard working, funny, really scary, smart US HF Commander: Snowy! Thank you Mantiuxx for the help with this intro 

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I started off by asking Snowy some questions about the mysterious recipe she decided to share with us today!

Welcome Snowy finally to the interview! Can you tell us what recipe you will talk about today?

Snowy: Finally-

Maya: Yes, only took 1 year 

Snowy: I’m going to tell you my secret recipe for the elixir of life. It was first taught to be in a cave by a monk in the late fourteenth century. He had been alive for nearly three-thousand years already, and was ready to pass on his teachings and immortality. I was seventeen at the time, and was willing to talk to anyone who wasn’t a sheep (I was a sheep herder). Anyway…

Can you tell us why this recipe is important to you? Is it a family recipe, and is there any history or story behind it?

Snowy: The monk taught me the recipe on the condition that I never tell anyone. I kept my promise, but last night Maya said she needs a recipe and even though I’ve lived for hundreds of years I never bothered to learn any. I don’t recommend making this elixir at home, unless you are well-educated on dark magic and cosmology. Or make it, I don’t make the rules

Here comes the scary/interesting part, the Recipe! (As explained in detail by Snowy)


» Eye of newt

» Tail of newt

» Rest of newt

» 1/2 cup flour, sifted

» Handful of grass collected on the night of the full moon

» Your friend Henry’s eyebrows

» Paprika, to taste


1. Blend the newt in a blender until it turns into a fine paste.

2. Slowly mix in flour, eyebrows, and grass until the mixture has a firm consistency.

3. Line a baking sheet and scoop 1/2 cup of mixture onto the sheet, spacing 2-3 inches apart.

4. Sprinkle with paprika and bake at 449.817 K or until it begins to levitate.

5. Remove from the oven and yeet it into your trash can.

6. Did you really think I’d give you the recipe?

Do you have any tips or tricks on making it or why people may like this recipe, or any memories from it? 

Snowy: I think that some people may like the recipe at first, but being immortal comes with a heavy price. I have a distinct memory of once trying to feed the elixir to a very friendly goat I met in Nepal. I wanted an immortal companion but unfortunately goats are very stupid. He spends his life climbing mountains, falling off of them, not dying, and climbing again. I’m sure he drives the other goats crazy

Maya: I-, Poor guy…

Final question: If you won’t give us the exact recipe, can you tell us where do you keep the food for staff and why was there team coconuts and cookies 

Snowy: I’m sorry I have to go

Maya: I- come back here

Snowy: I’ll answer that when you tell me where my door is

Maya: Uhh, that’s a question to ask Des…. Anyways thank u snowy for coming to this interview:purplepupdance:

Snowy: Ty for doing the interview :PandaLove~4:

With that, we’ve reached the end of the post. I know you wanted to read more XD but I will be back next time with more fresh and delicious content. If anyone would like to share a recipe with us, DM me with your ideas! Make sure to comment #food when

Bon Appetit! <3

Keep Unleashing The Power Of Helping!


Help Force Second In Command


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  4. You kept your promise all these years :clapp:
    Being immortal must suck though.

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