Almister12’s Pictures, Revisited

So I went on DeviantArt just a few days back, trying to search for that Disney Princess Go to Hogwarts picture by the user almister12, but it was nowhere, so I searched for almister12, and their account was still there, and I tried to look at that same picture everywhere in their gallery, but it wasn’t there, so I just figured out that it got deleted. And that’s what it used to look like:

And they sorted the princesses like:


Snow White-Hufflepuff









But remember, it was just the way they sorted the princesses. Everyone has different ways of sorting the characters, especially the princesses.

But then they also did a doll-maker version of those princesses:

Plus Megara the Slytherin, Kida in Gryffindor, Ravenclaw Jane, and Esmeralda sorted into Slytherin, again.

And their male counterparts, the princes:

That meant:




Snow White’s Prince-Gryffindor


Prince Phillip-Gryffindor

Cinderella’s Prince Charming-Hufflepuff

John Smith-Ravenclaw

Prince Naveen-Slytherin


Prince Eric-Gryffindor

Flynn Rider-Slytherin



And there was an individual image of Tiana in her outfit of the Slytherin color scheme.

But not only did almister12 do those Disney characters at Hogwarts, they also did the princesses in pink and green clothes:

And besides the princesses, they even painted a page of a scene from the movie Up.

And apart from Disney, the gallery also used to have Chuckie from Rugrats,

the Despicable Me minions,

and Precious Moments.

Almister12 had been an under-appreciated, yet versatile artist who had mostly done pictures on cartoon characters. Had they still been active and alive now and their pictures still in their gallery, I would have asked where in Hogwarts they would sort Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, Pinocchio, Peter Pan, Alice, Merida, Anna, Elsa, Moana, Kristoff, Hans, the villains, the side characters, and the whole shebang of Disney characters. They would have had way more pictures by now if they had been still active and if they hadn’t deleted their existing pictures.


The Shrek Cookbook Recipes

One day, back in my elementary school days, I went to Barnes and Noble and spotted a Shrek Cookbook by Glenn Dakin, author of the Bob the Builder screenplays. Then I skimmed through the recipes, and these are the recipes:

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  • Three Bears’ Porridge
  • Sleeping Beauty’s Pancakes
  • Waffles a la Donkey
  • Magical Morning Potions
  • Merlin’s Granola Crunch

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Light Lunches and Delicious Dinners:

  • Swamp Weed and Fly Larvae
  • Molten Lava Soup
  • Speedy Couscous Salad
  • Puss’s Purrfect Frittata
  • Captain Hook’s Fishcakes
  • Baby Baked Potatoes
  • Dronkey Dippers
  • Three Blind Mice Melts
  • Stir-Fry Worms and Insects
  • Pinocchio’s Pasta Bake
  • Swamp Rat Kebabs
  • Renaissance Wraps
  • Swamp Slime with Maggots
  • Mini Eyeball Pizza
  • Artie’s Awesome Burgers
  • Fiona’s Feisty Chili

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Sweet Treats:

  • Gingybread Men
  • Fuzzy Navel Cocktail
  • Marvelous Muffins
  • Three Pigs’ Apple Strudels
  • Perfect Parfait
  • Royal Chocolate Truffles
  • Mini Meringues
  • Non-Poisoned Apple Pie
  • Ogre Shake
  • Regal Raspberry Cheesecake
  • Frogspawn Jelly
  • Beetle Juice Ripple

That cookbook looked so cool that I remember some of the recipes and want to make them someday.

Disney’s Recipes from Animation to Inspiration-The Recipes

A few years ago, I have come across a Disney-themed cookbook called Disney Recipes: From Animation to Inspiration with recipes by chef Ira L. Meyer. I skimmed the first few pages, with recipes so catchy and inspiring that I felt like creating my own menu with Disney dishes. So, here are the recipes of this cool cookbook:

Appetizers and Condiments:

  • Ariel’s Under the Sea Tempura
  • Baloo’s Jungle Ambrosia Salad
  • Lumiere’s Appetizers
  • Si and Am’s Appetizers
  • Basil’s Smoked Salmon Tartare
  • Big Bad Wolf’s Barbecue Spare Ribs with Blackberry Glaze
  • Mushu’s Egg Rolls and Juk
  • Philoctetes’ Onion Marmalade with Raisins
  • Princess Aurora’s Berry Honey Butter


  • Clarabelle Cow’s Tagliatelle
  • Genie’s Free-Form Lasagna
  • Lady and the Tramp’s Spaghetti Bella Notte
  • Minnie Mouse’s Pasta with Three Cheeses
  • Pinocchio’s Farfalle with Leeks and Sausages
  • Stromboli’s Penne with Grilled Vegetables
  • “So Dear to My Heart” Pasta
  • Willie the Whale’s Pappardelle with Shrimp
  • Horace Horsecollar’s Cool Pasta with “Salsa Fresca”


  • The Black Cauldron’s Forest Soup
  • Cinderella’s Herb and Egg White Soup
  • The Grasshopper and the Ants’ Lentil Soup
  • Merlin’s Magical Broth
  • Louis’s Seafood Chowder
  • Treasure Planet’s Astral Soup
  • Robin Hood’s Creamy Carrot Soup
  • Snow White’s Winter Vegetable Soup
  • Widow Tweed’s Cheddar Soup with Herbed Crisps
  • Wise Little Hen’s Roasted Corn Soup
  • Madam Mim’s Dragon Soup
  • Make Mine Music’s Double Soup


  • Captain Hook’s Codfish Fillet
  • Cookie’s Special Chili
  • Esmeralda’s Turkey Piccata
  • Figaro’s Trout in Crazy Water
  • Oliver and Company’s Dry-Roasted Chicken
  • King Hubert’s Veal Roast with Apricots and Thyme
  • King Midas’s Hamburger Stuffed with Golden Onions
  • Simba’s Seared Fillet of Beef
  • Mulan’s Mahogany Chicken
  • Pecos Bill’s Grilled Rib-Eye Steak with Red-Eye Gravy
  • Peg Leg Pete’s Seared Swordfish with Mint Breadcrumb Sauce
  • Pluto’s Cold Roast Turkey Breast
  • Quasimodo’s Multicolored Cabbage Salad and Chicken
  • The Scat Cat Band’s Crispy Fried Sole Fillets with Raw Tomato Sauce
  • Sir Ector’s Whiskey-Glazed Ham
  • Ichabod’s Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy

Salads, Dressings, and Sandwiches:

  • Alice’s Warm Mushroom Salad
  • Cheshire Cat’s Marinated Fish Salad
  • Humphrey the Bear’s Sandwich
  • Bambi and Thumper’s Green Goddess Dressing
  • Lilo and Stitch’s Hawaiian Sandwich
  • Melody Time’s Cold Poached Shrimp with Melons
  • Mowgli’s Mixed Vegetable Salad
  • The Walrus and Carpenter’s Fresh Oyster Salad
  • Tinkerbell’s Golden Herb Melange
  • Willie the Giant’s Mixed Sandwich

Vegetables and Vegetarian Entrees:

  • Mrs. Price’s Cabbage Beds with Braised Nestles
  • Peter Pan’s Crispy Spinach with Pixie Dust
  • Fun and Fancy Free’s Ratatouille
  • Kuzco’s Spinach Puffs
  • Pocahontas’s Savory Indian Corn Pudding
  • Uncle Scrooge’s Golden Risotto
  • Three Caballeros’ Vegetarian Burritos
  • Pumbaa and Timon’s Potatoes with Caramelized Onions
  • Three Little Pigs’ Potato Pancakes with Applesauce

  • Desserts:
  • Aristocats’ Creme de la Creme with Milk and Honey
  • The Rescuers’ Sweet Potato Pie with Cheese
  • Daisy Duck’s Orange-Flavored Brownies
  • Huey, Dewey, and Louie’s Chocolate Pie
  • Winnie the Pooh’s No Bake Honey Cookies
  • Tarzan and Jane’s Grilled Tropical Fruits with Passion Fruit Coulis
  • Dumbo’s Roasted Peanut Pie with Chocolate
  • Maid Marian’s Blackberry Pie
  • Fauna’s Birthday Cake
  • King Louie’s Bananas with Honey and Coconut
  • Goofy’s Birthday Cake
  • Eliott’s Caramelized Red Apples
  • Johnny Appleseed’s Apple Pie
  • Mad Hatter and March Hare’s Cheesecake
  • Tigger’s Frozen Dark Chocolate Orange Mousse
  • Witch Hazel’s Pumpkin Pie
  • Santa’s Cookies
  • Chip and Dale’s Corn Chips
  • Snow White’s Gooseberry Pie

Baked Goods:

  • Aladdin’s Rice Pudding
  • Beast’s Breakfast Porridge
  • Cookie Carnival’s Boys and Girls
  • Mary Poppins’s Corn Muffins with Sun-Dried Cherries
  • The Reluctant Dragon’s Breakfast with the Upside-Down Cake
  • Mickey Mouse’s Special Breakfast
  • Mr. Toad’s Irish Soda Bread
  • 101 Puppies’ Kanine Krunchies Doggy Biscuits
  • Fantasia’s Pizza
  • Hundred Acre Wood’s Carrot Bread
  • Fantasia/2000’s Pizza
  • Jiminy Cricket’s Banana Bran Muffins
  • Donald Duck’s Pancakes and Waffles


  • Heroes’ Herculade
  • Rafiki’s Coconut Drink
  • Saludos Amigos’ Gazpacho

Source: Disney Recipes: From Animation to Inspiration by Ira L. Meyer

So those are the recipes of the book, but some recipes I feel are missing, like Alice’s Eat Me cookies and Yzma’s potion, but still, it’s a pretty cool cookbook, and we have our own sets of recipes. These recipes look so appealing to me that I feel as if I were in a fancy restaurant. They are so inspiring that I even plan to think of doing my own Disney menu!

Almister12’s Disney Hogwarts Series

Presenting the Disney Hogwarts series by almister12 on DeviantArt:


But that’s all for the series. Almister12 was such a three-picture wonder in the world of sorting the Disney characters into Hogwarts houses. You can view their account here:

How I Met Nakeisha

A brief story on one of my idols…

It was my senior year at high school, and the week before winter break, when no one was looking at me, I was looking at pictures of Disney princesses placed into Hogwarts houses. Then I saw this picture:

Then I was trying to find out the other houses, so I came across this page.

And the other houses were:

And then I talked to Nakeisha Campbell, the author of that article, on Tumblr about whether she would sort other Disney characters.

When I searched for her account on Instagram, I saw that she was a bookworm and a foodie.

Then she someday sorted the Descendants and High School Musical characters.

How I Met Bluecloudcandy

One of the people on DeviantArt I admire…

It was freshman year, and I was looking at images of My Little Ponies mashed up with Disney princesses, and I found this picture:


Then when I clicked to see the page, it was in DeviantArt, and it was published by bluecloudcandy, who loved MLP, Disney, Winx Club, and Monster High, and here are her other mashups:


Then in sophomore and junior years, bluecloudcandy was more interested in drawing portraits, like Benedict Cumberbatch, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, and herself.


That inspired me to do portraits of Indian celebrities, like Dharmendra, Asha Parekh, and Daler Mehndi.


And in my senior year, I faced so much stress that I made this poster

with some inspiration from her elaborate doodle, as well as the Middle School books.

So bluecloudcandy is a very inspiring artist that I like to draw in her styles as well. People, like my family and friends, look at my pictures, and I look at bluecloudcandy’s pictures. That’s how we get inspired, from generation to generation.

In Memory of a Beloved Blogger…

Missing one of my friends from “golden” era

A long time ago, it was my sophomore year, and I used to love Harry Potter and Disney so much. I saw a tumblr blog that sorted Disney characters into Hogwarts houses. Its name was The Mouse’s Sorting Hat, and its founder went by sortingdisney, and here’s how its icon looks like:


That’s right. Mickey Mouse wearing the Sorting Hat, right?

And here are some of its posts:

The Gryffindors:(Red frames)




The Slytherins:(Green frames)




The Ravenclaws:(“Blue” frames; the frames don’t look “blue” at all to me, they look more whitish-grayish…)




And last but not least, the Hufflepuffs:(Yellow frames)




Sortingdisney had been very active and prolific during that golden era, but had gone downhill by the dark days of senior year, that it was not making any more posts that year. It was then on the verge of deletion. I, too, had a lot of schoolwork to do then, even more than sophomore year, and I even had a test to take over the following summer, unlike other summers. After the test, I checked sortingdisney, but it was gone and deactivated. I was saddened, so I decided to print its sortings and put them in my memory box. Plus, I made a video of their posts:


May sortingdisney’s soul dwell in our hearts forever! RIP!