This really isn’t a meal per se since we will aren’t going to be eating it. It was more of a super fun activity we did but plenty of frosting was sampled during creation so I say it counts.
Tag Archives: decorations
March 7, 2012
Deep in the Golden woods of Lothlorien stand the majestic city of Caras Galadhon, home of Lady Galadriel. Honestly, no single image can capture the beauty of this place. You really have to ‘’be’’ there to get it.
February 6, 2012
Housing items available from the Buried Treasure Event.
February 6, 2012
Listing of housing items found in the Anniversary Event.
February 2, 2012
Misty Mountains is not an obvious choice when it comes to investigating decoration in Middle-Earth. The region is known for Goblin Town and its proximity to Rivendell, but really not much else. Yet, the mountains were once a great stronghold of the dwarves who built luxurious homes hidden under the snow. I believe doors are […]
December 22, 2011
Hidden deep within the Old Forest, Tom Bombadil’s home is a sanctuary for weary travellers and lost hobbits of all kind.
December 7, 2011
Apart from being the crafting hub it is notoriously known for, Esteldin is also a major stronghold of resistance against the Enemy.
November 21, 2011
I was a bit apprehensive about my visit to Rivendell because it felt like something everyone already knew about. We’ve all been to visit Elrond so many times, how could the Last Homely House still impress me?
November 14, 2011
Angmar, land of the terrible Witch king and for most of us, a dreaded passage during our 40s. However, we often forget that Angmar is also the land of a small community of Free people living in Aughaire.
November 8, 2011
So you thought there was only dwarves living in Moria? Oh no, no, no. There is… Orcs! Tons of orcs!! And goblins too. Let’s take a look at their lifestyle.
October 31, 2011
Forochel, home of the Lossoth people. Despite their pretty harsh living conditions, the Lossoth managed to establish some great villages in northern Eriador.
October 27, 2011
Sure Update 4 (aka Rise of Isengard) included new zones, quests and levels but that is not all. There was also a few furniture items that appeared for your homes or kinhouse as well!
October 24, 2011
Living in Middle-Earth is a new column about non-playable character’s homes in Lotro. Each week we’ll discover a new location with a distinctive way of life and decoration style, looking at the little details we often pass by.