Weekly Wanderings 4 - out and about, in and online
It's the second. The second week, the second semester, second... everything.
It's been a most exhausting week (I must be overly so; I couldn't muster the brainpower for thinking up another adjective), but definitely not lacking in vibrancy.
from left to right:
#1 finally caught up with the long-lost friend at Provence
#2 lunch / tea at Lowercase
#3 more Provence. it was 2 bags this time.
#5 attending the SYF exhibition
#6 sunday shopping
#7 back again
#8 caught in the rain
#9 breakfast - from Provence
I've been bustling about town this week, from eateries to exhibits. I've met people old and new, as well as attained many, many new things.
It's not just me who's been active, my mouse has been too. Scroll down for some sites and stuff (what an ambiguous term!) I've seen this past week.
#1 Independence Day has passed (besides, I'm not even in America) but this article is worth a read.
#2 I confess - I'm a sucker for graphic and interior design, and this definitely has got my suction pads worked up.
#3 few things do I need, but this truly gets me going.
#4 despite all the previous tech-y things, I've gone back to my childhood. This song has been floating through my head recently.
#5 and to end off, a short story. warning, not for those who fear dystopia. it gave me nightmares.
So, the above post has been a rather short one, and the recipe below shall be too.
This is closer to being a pancake than a pizza, but the name stuck. Baked with the lack of stabilizers, as I coin eggs and applesauce, it's relatively flat and resembles a thin-crust pizza, crisp at the edges.
And though it's far from achieving official pizza-status, this is closer to summer than nearly anything. Think of warmed fruits, bursting and tender with juices, paired with the fresh, sweet, and herby essence of basil along with the crunch of walnuts. Honey is a subtle addition ; you can choose to either smear it over the pizza before baking, or drizzle over post-baking.
1. Preheat oven to 180c / 350f.
2. Whisk flour, salt, baking powder and milk. Pour into a greased oven-safe dish (I used a cake tin). Bake for 10 mins.
3. Flip pancake and if doing so, smear honey over and add remaining ingredients. Bake for another 10 mins.
4. Remove and drizzle honey over, if you did not smear it over previously. Slice, serve, and enjoy.
-to be continued-