Tuesday, November 1, 2011

rainbow pizza monster


Just playing with different flavor combinations. Used a yellow heirloom tomato for the sauce this time, which gives off the lovely peachy orange color that sadly is not very evident in this picture. Toppings: thinly sliced caramelized onions, red bell peppers, mozzarella, and loads of arugula (a little too much, actually... I had to take off some leaves and stems for the photo, woops). Super colorful, and vegetarian this time.

I'd like to use this space to complain that most of the dishes I make take half as much time to eat as they do to prep and cook. Based on this, I can only assume that I should (a) be more efficient in the kitchen or (b) learn how to eat more slowly, like the French. Option B sounds good. I should go to France and have them teach me firsthand. (And now you know the real reason why French culinary schools are très chic.)


  1. (c) make your food less messy so you're not inclined to scarf it down!!

  2. It's not messy, it's "rustic."

  3. This is what I call "Dinner at Tiffany's!"!!!!
    Those juicy meals are a treat! Love it!!!
    Hey, Europe seems to be the best option!...
    and like the Flemish saying goes:
    "Leven zoals God in Frankrijk!"
    meaning: "Living like God in France!"
    (or... "Living a Godly life in France!")...
    Go for it!

  4. Food prep will always be more time-consuming...
    but there is A solution:
    1) you'll enjoy your own cooking even more
    & food in general
    2) you'll be able to enjoy the pleasant & simple
    things in life more intensely!!!