Thursday, October 25, 2012

No Show

My lappy crashed! URGH THE HORROR! T__________T

I've been going on what seemed like ages without getting in touch with my online world, rather uninspired - blogs, fb, and whatnots - when I have a long list of to-do's to be checked off; and then when I finally picked myself up and vomited an article out to be published, made that arrangements for a tea party, thank god I got my translation work done (and invoice sent!!!! Oh thank You Lord!!!), and then my lappy (or rather the virus) just had to shut down on me, bit by bit, making sure I watched it delete every piece of file, and so deleting a big piece of me :(

So now I'm laptop-less (so wrong! Haha!) and wahey, I'm so inspired! To blog! To make announcements for the parties! To write! To edit photos! To basically do everything online! -_- I'm just truly amazed with my sense of priorities.

Oh never mind me. I'm using Jason's lappy btw. And also just to share with you a piece of something I posted over at friendlyfashion's. So do pop by and give me a yay, if, it's erm, yay-worthy. Haha. I'll have more articles coming up, both here in this blog and there at's, been bitten by the DIY bug lately! Hehe!

So yeah, bonne nuit you guys! Gotta crash or I'll auto-crash. Nite y'all.

Thursday, October 04, 2012

Ham & Spinach Pizza

Uhm hmm, the title came to be because I need to salvage a can of near expiry canned tomatoes /satisfied

It's super easy to make and super tasty to eat! So there's really nothing to not like about it. Here's the lowdown:

Ham & Spinach Pizza


1. Store-bought pizza base (in the absence of a pizza base, you can always use wholemeal bread, pita, baguette, etc. But I'd suggest to use breads that are hard enough to hold the fillings up.)
2. Ham, diced/pulled/chopped/however you like it
3. Spinach, roughly chopped up
4. A clove of garlic, roughly smashed up
5. Canned tomatoes
6. Grated parmesan and/or mozarella (I have neither, so I used a piece of cheddar)
6. Dash of olive oil
7. Sprinkle of salt

1. Preheat oven to 230 degrees Celsius. Line the tray with baking sheet and place your pizza base on it.

2. This is the fun part, there's no right or wrong, just do it your way - scoop the tomatoes from the can and smear it thickly over the base, distribute the mashed up garlic, layer on the spinach and the ham.

3. Drizzle the olive oil, sprinkle a little salt and the cheese over the pizza.

4. Send it into the oven and baked for 12-15 minutes, until the spinach is wilted.

5. Loudly proclaim bon appetit the Julia Child way and dig in!