Recipe of Me Tag

Okay so I haven’t posted at all over the weekend. Oops! I don’t know why, but I kind of take a break from blogging during the weekend. I guess the weekend is more for reading then blogging. Anyway, I’m back with a tag that Debbie from Debbie’s Library tagged me in. This tag is very unique and seems fun to do. Now let’s jump right in!


Tag the creator (I don’t know who the creator is, sorry!)
Tag 5 other people
Give a method that you feel is the ‘recipe of you’.

How to make your own Savannah (Which sounds extremely weird):

1. First, before you start the actual ‘creation’ of your own personal Savannah, you’ll need to gather your materials and ingredients. Start off with a very large bowl (human-sized preferably).

2. Once you have your bowl, get something to use to mix up the ingredients, a wooden spoon (or canoe oar) is the best tool because an electric mixer is dizzying and trust me, you do not want your final product to come out looking like a walker from The Walking Dead.

3. Once you have your mixing materials, it’s time to get the most important ingredients, and that is flour, baking soda, sugar, salt, and eggs. These are the most important and crucial ingredients because every Savannah needs a foundation that keeps everything together or she’ll just fall apart (it’d be a bit more realistic to leave out one of the crucial ingredients because then your Savannah would have flaws, just like the real version). But everybody’s version can be a bit different, so have fun adding and removing these three ingredients as you please.

4. Once you finish mixing up the ‘crucial ingredients’, cover the mixture with plastic wrap and place it in the refrigerator until you’re done preparing the next component of the recipe. This is important because you want the mixture to settle down and relax before you combine it with all of the different spices (emotions). If you don’t wait, then you’ll have a crazy, moody Savannah, which trust me, you don’t want.

5. Now that the foundation is in the fridge, you can venture over to the spice cabinet to gather the flavors that make up Savannah. Each flavor represents a different emotion. These emotions combined will be put into the BRAIN (Breakthroughs, Ramblings, Articulateness, Intelligence, Neatness). The traits that make up the BRAIN are the good and back forces that are what create the mind and thoughts that are in Savannah’s head, so it’s important that you add the right amount of each ingredient so that your outcome will be as similar as possible to the real thing.

Breakthroughs are the reason why Savannah has started a dozen books over the course of her life. If you want your Savannah to come up with creative ideas, then add Allspice, where thoughts can come from anywhere! Next is Ramblings, which are basically long lectures and debates that Savannah has with herself inside her head daily. This can sometimes be the secret to having a Breakthrough. These long Ramblings inside her head can actually turn into something that can be considered a Breakthrough. Peppercorns are used for Ramblings because they are larger than any other spice (or trait) and packs a punch.

Articulateness is whenever the slightest miss-use of a comma or period sends Savannah’s brainwaves into a frenzy of alarm, where the OCD that she tries so hard to hold in breaks out and doesn’t cower back into it’s cave until the miss-placed item is put into the correct position. This can lead to Neatness. Articulateness also overtakes Savannah’s speech so that she sounds 99.9% smarter than she actually is, which is both a good and bad thing. Rosemary is the spice used in this portion of the BRAIN because of how it balances a dish out, as well as adding a strong flavor, like how Articulateness can become such a strong feeling where you have to fix something before doing anything else. Intelligence is important because without it, your finished product will be walking around hastily straightening things and having Breakthroughs and Ramblings that make absolutely no sense. And without Intelligence, she won’t be able to read or write, which is an important factor when you create your Savannah. Lastly, is Neatness, which is the positive product of Articulateness. This is perfect if you are a messy person and need somebody to clean up after you, or even find your keys for you. Oregano is the spice that represents this spectrum of the BRAIN because of it’s light lemony flavor that evens everything out with a light cloud of lemony tang.

6. Now after you mix these ingredients together, take out the foundation and mix the spices in with the foundation. After that, spread the newly formed body in a pan and stick it in the oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep checking on her to see how she’s doing. Take her out once her surface is golden.

7. When you take her out of the oven, you have to wait until she’s completely cooled down before you remove her from the pan and place her on the counter.

8. Once she is cooled and on the counter, it’s time to decorate. Be creative with the decorations, just make sure you don’t use anything sweet because that will perform counteractive tastes and she’ll become either bitter for making her that way or too sweet to handle. Her eyes are hazel, and her hair is brown. Feel free to be experimental with the rest of her attire. She is yours, after all.

9. Once you finish decorating her, make sure you explain who you are and give her something to eat. She’s a newly-baked and is most likely extremely hungry and confused.

10. It’s time to bond with her and create a friendship because that’s why you made her! Obsess over books and TV shows because now you have the perfect imperfect friend! Plus, if you ever get deserted on an island alone with her, you can always just eat her to stay alive.

I hope that you guys enjoyed this tag! I tried my best to make this accurate and as realistic as possible. I highly doubt I taste like oregano, allspice, rosemary, and peppercorns, but everybody loves bread, right? That’s basically what this recipe is, a recipe for bread.

I Tag:

Geronimo Reads

The Girl Who Read Too Much

Flavia the Bibliophile

Thieving Books


Y’all don’t have to do this tag if you don’t want.


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