#quincy's tavern
greenheart-anon · 7 hours ago
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bixbiboom · 7 months ago
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[ID: A tweet from Critical Role @.CriticalRole which reads: “Enjoy your first Taste of Marquet courtesy of Quincy’s Tavern as he demonstrates how to create a refreshing Mage’s Cloak! Keep an eye out for more mouth-watering recipes to come as we count down to the premiere of Campaign 3 on Oct. 21st!” There’s a video attached of Quincy of Quincy’s Tavern preparing a tea-based beverage he calls a Mage’s Cloak. The video originated on Quincy’s tiktok, @.quincylk. Quincy is a Korean man who looks to be in his late 20s or early 30s, and is fully kitted out in detailed adventurer’s cosplay on an elaborate set dressed to look like a fantasy tavern called The Lucky Gryphon. He absolutely oozes kindness and charm at every word. /end ID]
I’m so happy Quincy has gotten in with Critical Role! No one deserves the recognition more!
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moonlit-grimoire · 3 months ago
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myfantasticblog · 10 months ago
When Newt Scamander visited Quincy's Tavern in TikTok.
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acesandwords · 6 months ago
Dessert Sandberry Pies from Quincy's tavern
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They are peach and mango and couple blueberry jam cause I ran out of filling
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randomminer · 6 months ago
Made the Quincy's Tavern Sandberry Pies for dessert tonight with my kid. Highly recommend it if you get the chance. 😋
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chasing-crows · a year ago
Caps n Maggots from Quincy’s Tavern
Of course everyone loves Quincy’s Tavern, and after seeing his caps n maggots recipe on TikTok, I knew I had to try it.  I made some modifications to his original instructions to fit my personal taste better, and I’m really happy with how it turned out!  Here’s how I did it.
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First, I started by cutting 2 lbs of boneless, skinless chicken thighs into bite sized pieces and cooking them with some olive oil in a large pan.  Quincy uses chicken breasts, but I chose thighs for a little bit richer flavor.  Once the meat is cooked, drain any liquid and set aside.
In a large pot, saute one large diced white onion with half a stick of butter.  Once translucent, add 16 oz diced baby bella mushrooms with a couple spoonfuls of minced garlic.  Saute until mushrooms are tender.  Now get ready to go to Scarborough fair, because it’s time to season everything!  Season generously with salt, black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.  I didn’t measure anything specifically, so just add however much you’d like.  Stir together well.
Next, add 12 oz white wine.  Quincy doesn’t use this, but I like the complexity it brings to the flavor.  I used chardonnay, but pinot grigio would also work really well- you just don’t want to use anything too sweet or too dry.  Also add one can cream of mushroom soup and mix well.  Quincy uses cream of chicken, which would also be delicious, but I really wanted to hone in on the mushroom flavor.  Also take the chicken and add it to the pot.
Now add 16 oz long grain brown rice along with 10 oz matchstick cut carrots.  Quincy doesn’t use carrots, but I like the color they add.  Add 2 cups chicken broth and stir well.
This next part will require some waiting, but all the real work is done at this point.  Let the pot sit on medium heat until the rice is cooked completely.  It took about an hour when I made it, but make sure to stand by and give your pot a stir every few minutes or so- you do not want anything to stick to the bottom!  As the rice cooks, add water as needed so the pot isn’t dry.  I had to add four cups of water in order for the rice to cook properly.  Don’t add too much so it doesn’t become a soup, but make sure the pot has enough liquid for everything to cook.
Once the rice is finished, give it a taste and add any more herbs/seasoning as needed.  Once it tastes how you want it, you’re done!
This dish tastes like Thanksgiving, and it honestly blew me away with how well it turned out.  Thanks to Quincy for the inspiration, and seriously, if you try this out, you won’t be disappointed.
(Also, in case anyone wants to know, this recipe is 4,000 calories total.  I divided it into 10 servings so each one would be 400 calories, and the servings are very decently sized.  Pair this with a side salad or some veggies and you’ve got a great meal.)
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quincysrecipes · a year ago
The King’s Mulligan
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-          2 lbs cubed meat
-          Whatever cooking oil you wish
-          2 tbsp flour
-          1 onion
-          ¼ cup (half stick) butter
-          2 potatoes
-          8 oz red wine
-          1 root beer
1.       Put the oil and cubed meat in a pot on medium-high heat. Add 2 tbsp flour and cook until the meat isn’t pink.
2.       Remove the meat from the pot and set aside. Add the onion, chopped. Add the butter and sautée the onion. Add the potatoes, chopped up. Stir in the wine. Add in whatever spices you wish. Stir in the root beer.
3.       Add the meat back in. Stir a few times more. Cover and let simmer on low 2-3 hours.
4.       Enjoy!
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jehanjetaime · a year ago
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just posting this everywhere since it took me over a week to do. Fyllo (@shinorisu) and Quincy (@quincylk) are the absolute OG OCs on TikTok. I had no choice but to draw them together.
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geekytorontonian84 · a month ago
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bixbiboom · 7 months ago
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[ID: A tweet from Critical Role @.CriticalRole which reads: “Enjoy a sweeter Taste of Marquet with @.quincystavern's delectable Sandberry Pies! 🥧✨” There’s a video attached of Quincy of Quincy’s Tavern preparing peach-mango hand pies he calls sandberry pies, with lemon sugar icing. The video originated on Quincy’s tiktok, @.quincylk. Quincy is a Korean man in his late 20s with very long black hair tied back, and is fully kitted out in detailed adventurer’s cosplay on an elaborate set dressed to look like a fantasy tavern called The Lucky Gryphon. His demeanor is kind and comforting, like the living embodiment of a warm, bolstering hug. /end ID]
You can check out written recipes for all three of Quincy’s creations »HERE«!
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thriftygeekdiva · a month ago
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ibrithir-was-here · 6 months ago
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So! There’s 13 days left to Hallowe’en, and since I haven’t done Inktober this year I thought I’d try and do a Halloween based picture for the next thirteen days at least.
 So today’s is Over the Garden Wall, Alternate Endings, for each episode (except number 9 since that’s just a flashback and I guess the Alternate Ending for that would be they just--don’t go to the Unknown?)
Episode One: The boys end up staying with the Woodsman, helping him fix the old gristmill and grinding out oil. They stay around the homestead while he goes out into the woods, and actually it starts to improve the Woodsman’s outlook, having young things underfoot again, even if Wirt still gets after Greg and Greg still makes trouble unawares. But of course, the Beast is still always close about wherever the Woodsman and the Dark Lantern go...
Episode Two:  The boys were offered a place in Pottsfield, which seems a cheery and safe enough place, with lively if not strictly alive company, though they told they ought to ‘dawn their vegetables’. What’s under their vegetables is up to you...
Episode Three: The boys stick around with Miss Langtree and Jimmy Brown and the animal students. I like the idea that Wirt could become a teacher’s aide, teaching poetry and historical architecture. It’s a peaceful life with occasional trips to the Circus and Greg has plenty of little animal friends.
Episode Four: The boys stay at the Dark Lantern and are put to work by the Tavern Keeper. The mood around the outside of the the tavern is always spooky and dismal, but the clientele inside are cheerful (if odd) and the boys are well fed and safe...as well as they stay inside
Episode Five: The boys stay with their “Uncle Endicott” and new Aunt Margarette. It’s an opulent life, if a little lonely, with two caring (if a bit mad) guardians, and with plenty of healthy tea.
Episode Six: The boys don’t manage to escape from Adelaide, and have their heads filled with wool. Adelaide naturally isn’t going to lose the chance of a third Child Servant and promptly does the same to poor Beatrice. Whether they’re treated well or not in their servitude, they certainly have no comprehension of it. 
Episode Seven: The boys stay with Auntie Whispers and Lorna. WIth the evil spirit gone, its’s actually not a very bad life. Somewhat lonesome, but Wirt doesn’t mind so much with Lorna about. And Auntie Whispers finds she has a fondness for young Gregory, (not just because his frog has swallowed her magic bell).
Episode Eight: Gregory takes the Queen of the Clouds' wish to go home, probably with the idea of getting help from an adult for Wirt. Unfortunately, even if he’d be able to get any help, it would be far too late by then…
Episode Ten: Wirt wanders the Unknown, seeking oil for the Dark Lantern, forever walking to and fro, with no real purpose but to walk and walk and try and not to think of the small sad stump in a clearing in the deep dark woods...
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towerlesskey · 3 months ago
Headcanons about Quincy's Tavern
I posed these to a D&D campaign I'm in forever ago but I really wanted to share them here. Obviously inspired by quincylk on tiktok
• Traveling/pocket dimension tavern. It's in every city the party goes to. And one time after a rough fight, it was outside the dragon lair, still bustling with patrons.
• Questions about Quincy's past yield little results. Awnsers are either vague or the subject is changed without the patron noticing.
• Efforts to seduce, charm, or intimidate are 100% ineffective, but he will laugh and admire your effort, or give you a pointer.
• Do. Not. Try. To. Steal. Results range from Quincy being nice and giving you pointers and/or a job, to being pickpocketed of the value of the items you stole, to being tossed (literally) out the door by a hulking 8 foot tall bugbear. You don't want to roll that dice
• Quincy can break up any fight that occurs, from a party squabble to an all out tavern brawl.
• There is always live music playing. Bards get a 20 minute set each, and wait their turn with the sign up sheet. Performers always make a killing, even the ones who are newer to the Bardic gig do well. Quincy never asks for a cut, but he almost always gets one.
• There's always rooms available. Quality of said rooms depends on how much of an asshole an individual is and how badly they are in need of a good night's rest.
• Quincy knows everyone who comes into the tavern regularly, from the shadiest criminal guild member to the Prince of Saffron.
• Orphans get a free dinner, he knows them all by name.
• He has potions for everything, from health potions to cures for stage fright.
• This man simultaneously knows all the gossip and is the most trustworthy individual for when you need to vent or a shoulder to cry on.
• He can, will, and has kicked out creeps, multiple offenders are barred for life and no matter how long you wait or what disguise you use *Quincy knows*
• Has an instant hangover cure, but is picky about who he sells it to.
• Army of Orphans, not sure how it fits in but Army of Orphans.
I just basically imagine Quincy as this low-key God or something similar who instead of, idk, hanging out with the other gods just chooses to hang around mortals because he admires their enginuity and determination and desire to be more/ do good/ party like madmen. Gods are boring after 1000 years, mortals create so many interests things.
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freckledwitch · 4 months ago
if I made a d&d discord server to help out newbies and connect likeminded players. would anyone be interested in that
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quincysrecipes · a year ago
Quincy’s Health Potions
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-          4 cups water
-          4 bags white tea
-          1 cup raspberries
-          2 tbsp sugar
-          2 tbsp lemon juice
-          2 tbsp water
-          2 tbsp honey
-          ½ cup sugar(optional)
1.       Bring the water to a boil.
2.       Remove from heat and steep 4 white tea bags in the water. Set aside.
3.       Put the raspberries, sugar, lemon juice, and water in a pot over medium heat. Cook for 10-15 minutes, stirring often. Add honey and bring to a boil. Let cool until it’s not boiling anymore.
4.       Remove the tea bags and strain the raspberries into the tea. (you can add more sugar here if you want)
5.       Bottle and/or serve. Enjoy!
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sketchydetailing · 5 months ago
The only reason I have a Tik Tok account ! Thanks for the inspiration Quincy !
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ninjakittenhaswords · 7 months ago
OCtober 2021- Day 1: Journey
It's gonna be little snippets here and there featuring some of my OCs, but I think this is gonna work out. Alright, we're on day one. Here we go.
Prompts by @oc-growth-and-development
Day 1: Journey
It had been miles since she started. Her feet felt heavy hours ago but she had to press on. She just had to make sure the distance between her and her destination could be as short as possible. She would be on the mount that was given to her, but she wasn't about to burden the steed with the full body of armor she had on after it had been on its feet for hours alongside her while carrying supplies.
What she'd give to be in her feral form and just so easily glide across the skies like she used to. Alas, not many would react well to a chromatic dragon like her. Yeah she was chromatic. The visible scales on her face, acting like freckles, had darkened with age. The glamour gave her a little extra help to hide her horns and her bright orangish-yellow eyes with feline-like pupils.
It took her a moment to turn and see her steed had slowed down and sat itself down, heaving breaths through its nostrils. Lady Crimson sighed softly and went back to the qilin in disguise. "I'm sorry," she breathed softly. "I don't mean to push you. I just want to get there as soon as possible. The mythical steed just gave a huff and grumbled in tiredness. It'd be a couple more generations before the peaceful qilin would ever speak to anyone, but Crimson at the very least understood the beast's emotions. "I know."
The dragon in humanoid form looked around before spotting some soft lights not too far. "Come on. Just a little further. We’re going to need some food and rest anyways.” The qilin let out another huff before it got up, following the samurai woman holding the reins. Moments later, they found the source of the light. A tavern. The sign that hung on the outside read “The Lucky Griffin” or otherwise known as “Quincy’s.”
Funny, it feels like she should know that name. The glamoured up dragon lead the steed to the stables nearby where mounts of other types were resting. She could’ve sworn she just walked past a big canine. “Here. Rest here.” She spoke softly enough to calm the beast. “I’ll let the owner know of you here.” She told the mount, taking the gear off of them. The kirin just nickered and set its foot down. The samurai lady chuckled softly and set the gear outside the stall.
The beast laid itself down, tucking their legs beneath themselves. Crimson took herself away from the warm stables and let herself inside the tavern not too far. Inside, the lights gently shined making the tavern give a warm and welcoming feeling. Something she hadn’t felt since she left her original realm and while her teammates were on the far corners of the world.
She held her helmet to her side and walked further in, taking a seat. Along the way, she noticed the diversity of characters. There were some that looked human, others reptilian, half-orcs, half-elven and more. It comforted her that she wasn’t going to stick out like a sore thumb like she usually did.
She took a seat that was along the bar and let out a sigh before jumping a bit when she heard a voice chirp at her. “Oh hello, traveler.” She looked to see the owner who had dark hair tied up with a strand framing one side of his face, some goggles at the top of his head, and a red kerchief on his front, wrapping around his neck. She gave a polite smile back to him.
“Welcome to Quincy’s. What can I get for you tonight?”
Yes I did have to add Quincy. He’s a wonderful character on TikTok and Instagram. Y’all gotta watch him.
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greenheart-anon · a month ago
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bixbiboom · 7 months ago
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[ID: A tweet from Critical Role @.CriticalRole which reads: “The Taste of Marquet continues with @.quincystavern as he shares his recipe for the savory and spiced Kip Kebabs!” There’s a video attached of Quincy of Quincy’s Tavern preparing chicken and vegetables skewers he calls kip kebabs. The video originated on Quincy’s tiktok, @.quincylk. Quincy is a Korean man in his late 20s with very long black hair tied back, and is fully kitted out in detailed adventurer’s cosplay on an elaborate set dressed to look like a fantasy tavern called The Lucky Gryphon. He’s dripping in warmth and compassion for humanity, and at one point he twirled his knife and OP’s soul departed their body instantly. /end ID]
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